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Looking into the crystal ball at Cosmoprof North America

The 17th annual installment of Cosmoprof North America gave attendees and exhibitors a taste of three trends — going zero waste, smart adaptogens and vegan products.

Pharmacists can cement their role as health care’s most accessible provider

Faced with increasing competition from national chains, consolidation and declining reimbursements, the number of independent pharmacies has dropped.

DSN has highlighted beauty products that bridge the gap between summer and fall.

Pharmacare is adding three products to its mix that will fill in some gaps in its overall business strategy.

Sam Swartz of Duke Cannon shares key tips on how to win the premium men’s grooming category.

Vitaminpaste toothpaste for adults and children are infused with vitamins D and E and three forms of vitamin B, the company said.

Clio is expanding the reach of its Plum Beauty line that company officials said has had much success in Target.

The latest product from GuruNanda is looking to make a refreshing facial possible on the go.

With reimbursement pressures reducing margins on prescriptions and increasing competition, independent pharmacies must increase their value in patient care and find ways to deliver products and solutions.

DSN editor in chief Seth Mendelson discusses Walmart's recent announcements, which could change the tone of retailing.

Amazon’s private-label strategy and the decision last year to launch an exclusive line of over-the-counter health products threaten to cannibalize sales from drug and pharmacy retailers both online and in store.

While overall beauty has been showing robust gains, the segment has been impacted by the growth of direct-to-consumer competitors and perceived notion that drug and discount stores are not keeping up with the fast changes consumers demand.

This month, Drug Store News is highlighting the latest from some of the leading automation and technology providers in the industry.

Drug Store News spoke with Thomas Kurnava, executive vice president of national accounts at Australian Gold, who is confident that the future will be very good for the company.

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