Salon beauty is booming, and it’s all thanks to a new kind of celebrity who can’t wait to share it with the world.
The world is watching.
And now, the salon industry is in a bind: how to balance the increasing popularity of these celebrity-driven brands while keeping them out of the reach of ordinary consumers?
In this week’s Salon Beauty, we look at the five most popular beauty products on the market, and how to keep them out.
The new products, according to the brand’s own numbers, include:Cosrx, which offers “supernatural skin-healing treatments” for up to $10,000 per patient.
It is also the subject of a lawsuit from the FDA, who claim the product is potentially harmful to people with asthma.
NourishMe, a skin-lightening cream that claims to treat eczema and acne by stimulating the skin’s natural healing powers.
Nurkoo, a brand of hair and body care products that is selling for up $5,000 on Amazon.com.
Nuvarex, a hair-lightener with a new name, and a $25,000 price tag on Amazon, which says it’s “the first-ever hair-whisper-friendly hair lightening product.”
It was launched by entrepreneur and dermatologist Dr. Andrew W. Wootton in 2015.
Salon Beauty, the brand that launched the brand, says its products are not intended to treat or cure any health problems.
But Dr. Wotton, who has been called the “Queen of Hairlightening,” says that Salon Beauty products “can be used to help improve hair and skin quality in people with different skin types and skin-related conditions.”
Cosrx sells hair products that contain ingredients that are approved for human use, but the FDA says it has been unable to identify the ingredients that can be used safely for use in cosmetics.
NuvareX says its hair-free product is not approved for use by humans, but it is approved for “medical use only” by the FDA.
Nureme is sold in several countries.
It comes in “an array of natural hair products,” including an array of “natural oils,” “natural deodorants,” and “natural moisturizers.”
It is available in the U.S. on Amazon and in Canada on the brand-owned site Nuvares.com, as well as through other retailers.
It’s available in Australia and New Zealand.
NuVareX is a $3,000 hair-shaping cream that promises to help control frizz and dark spots.
The company says it is safe for use “for those who are sensitive to fragrance.”
Cosmo is a hair product that promises a “natural, lightweight shine.”
It is available at Walmart, Home Depot, and Best Buy.
It retails for $5.99 on Amazon as well.
It claims to work “by enhancing your natural hair’s elasticity and tone by helping to smooth out and soften the hair.”
NuvAREX is an $8,000 natural deodorant that promises “a healthy, fresh, and natural feel” and claims to be “safe and effective for sensitive skin.”
Nureme has a $15,000 listing on Amazon for its “natural hair deodorizer.”
Nurky Beauty is an “all natural hair care product” that claims it will help prevent and treat dryness and fade.
It has a listing for $12,500 on Amazon that says it “contains no artificial colors, fragrances, or harsh chemicals.”
The company has also launched an Instagram page, and is selling an online store for $9,000.
Nulabu is a “healthy, natural hair conditioner” that promises anti-aging benefits and “beauty without chemicals.”
It retail for $10.99 at Walmart and $6.99 for Best Buy, though it is not available in Canada.
Nulab is available on Amazon in Canada and the U, U.K., and U.A.E.
Nutra is an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial hair-care product that claims “it can remove plaque, fungus, and bacteria from hair and scalp.”
It has an $18,500 listing on Indiegogo.
The product has also been available in Japan.
The beauty products from Cosrx, NuvariX, and NuVarex are available in a variety of skin-whitening products, including: Cosrx SkinLight, a “nourishing, gentle, and radiant skin-brightening skin lightener” that retails at $4,200.
It promises “nearly limitless applications, with just one touch.”
Nulabs SkinBlending Moisturizer, a product that retail at $1,700.
It also claims to remove “dryness and breakouts.”
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