Personal Care is poised to become a household name in the personal care sector.
The latest in the market has seen a surge in sales, as consumers seek more flexibility with the delivery of personal care services.
The latest data from a market research firm found that the number of products on sale increased by 12.7% in the first quarter of 2018.
The increase was driven by the introduction of Personal Care Care in 2018, a move that was widely hailed as a win for consumers.
A number of retailers, including Target and Wal-Mart, are also stocking Personal Care in some stores.
The company said that the surge in personal care sales is attributed to the popularity of the product, which is also available as a spray and an oil that is applied to the skin.
“The demand for Personal Care continues to increase as consumers demand more flexibility in their caregiving,” said Stephanie Bensley, vice president of research at The Research Group.
“This is also evident with a continued increase in sales of the oil-based Personal Care Spray and the oil spray as well.”
Personal Care products have a long and storied history, as a natural remedy for skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, ecchymosis, and psoropharyngitis.
They have also become popular as a way to keep the body hydrated.