Spa in aisle 5

Tarnowski, Joseph
April 2003
Progressive Grocer;4/1/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p69
Trade Publication
Reports that high-skin care products can bring retailers big returns from shoppers' small pleasures. Statement from Advanced Research Laboratories' Robert Luke about the potential of high-quality skin care products in the grocery channel; Information on the line of spa-quality products developed by Advanced Research Laboratories; Description on the two lines of anti-aging moisturizers introduced by Olay.


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