How to get your personal care from your car, ferries or doctor’s office

You’ve probably noticed the trend among consumers toward personal care in the workplace, especially as technology becomes more ubiquitous.

A study by the Consumer Electronics Association found that over 80 percent of Americans said they used personal care products at work in the previous year, with consumers saying their work-related health needs were often not being met.

But while there is a lot of personal care to be found in the personal care aisle, it is only a portion of the product category.

According to the American Hospital Association, the number of medical devices and personal care devices purchased in the United States decreased by nearly 50 percent between 2007 and 2013.

The consumer health care market is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2020, and consumers are now looking to purchase a broad array of products in an attempt to manage their health and personal wellness.