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Kaya acquires two clinics in Abu Dhabi, Kuwait

Kaya Skin Clinic, a leading international skincare clinic chain in the Middle East, has acquired two clinics in the Gulf to offer its wide range of skincare services and products.   With the two new acquisitions

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Emirates Grand Spa introduces new spa and skincare brand

Emirates Grand Spa , part of the a luxurious Emirates Grand Hotel in Dubai, has partnered with leading luxury British spa and skincare brand Elemis to offer guests an even more elevating experience. Targeting the ever-changing ski

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Kaya launches advanced skincare products

Kaya Skin Clinc, a leading skincare clinic, has launched its advanced series of skincare products. The Kaya advanced formulations are set to revolutionise skincare, combining a range of natural and scientific ingredients that offe

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Dermatology solutions market 'growing in region'

The increasing cases of dermatological disorders, growing awareness of skin diseases and the trend towards non-invasive or less invasive aesthetic procedures are driving the dermatology treatment solutions market in the region, according to Al H

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Dermatology solutions market 'growing in region'

The increasing cases of dermatological disorders, growing awareness of skin diseases and the trend towards non-invasive or less invasive aesthetic procedures are driving the dermatology treatment solutions market in the region, according to Al H

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Dubai skincare sales soars 35pc in July

A regional expert in Dubai has revealed that there has been a 35 per cent increase in sales of skincare products in July, compared to the average monthly increase in the first half of 2014. The managing director of Al Hikma Company, Dr

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Skincare products lead UAE beauty market

Skincare products sales outpace make-up products in the UAE and are even higher than hair care products which stand at 25 per cent, said an industry expert. “Consumers in the UAE are known to spend higher amounts of disposab

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UAE natural skincare segment sales to touch $100m

Al Hikma, a Dubai-based skincare solutions and health products company, has projected that the natural and organic skincare segment of the UAE skincare market would reach $100 million by 2016.   The company distr

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UAE skincare market on track to hit $219m

The UAE skincare market is expected to reach an estimated Dh800 million ($219 million) in 2018, according to Lifeline Drug Store (LDS), a top distribution firm, which is introducing a range of Swiss-based beauty products in the country.

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BasharaCare.com launches in Arabic

BasharaCare.com, the Middle East’s first online premium skincare shopping store, has launched the Arabic version of its redesigned website that will deliver a user friendly and stress free shopping experience. The English we

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