Beauty products: Buying behavior of shoppers in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014

When buying beauty products, which of the following do you often do?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 12, 2014
Beauty products: Buying behavior of shoppers in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014 This statistic shows the buying behavior of shoppers in the United Kingdom when purchasing beauty products, according to a survey published March 2014. Of respondents, 25 percent said they researched products online before buying in store, where as 3 percent of people use instagram, twitter or other forms of social media to give recommendations to the customer. Online sales have seen the highest market sales growth in the beauty and cosmetics industry, with the high street falling behind, with a growth of only 1.2 percent. This however, does not mean the high street is dead for beauty goods.
There are many high street retailers in the United Kingdom that specialize in the sales of cosmetics and personal goods. The most popular of these stores being Boots, a retailer that has been around since 1849. Nearly 84 percent of people say that they shop here.
One of the most prosperous department stores in the United Kingdom for beauty products is Fenwick Limited. This company has shown positive signs of improvement with its net worth growing year over year.
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When buying beauty products, which of the following do you often do?*

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