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Selection of skin care products at supermarkets is improving and supermarket prices in the category aren't much higher than at discount stores or drug stores, according to an SN consumer survey on shopping habits.The survey of 1,000 consumers, commissioned by Supermarket News and conducted by America's Research Group, Charleston, S.C., found that the average person shopping for skin care at a supermarket

Selection of skin care products at supermarkets is improving and supermarket prices in the category aren't much higher than at discount stores or drug stores, according to an SN consumer survey on shopping habits.

The survey of 1,000 consumers, commissioned by Supermarket News and conducted by America's Research Group, Charleston, S.C., found that the average person shopping for skin care at a supermarket is a 46-year-old married mother with some college education who owns a home. Bec

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