Teens in the US are spending more on beauty than ever before

Female teenagers are spending an average of US$368 on beauty each year, driven by skin care purchases

Teenagers in the US might still count food as their top spending priority, but beauty is fast gaining share, new findings from Piper Jaffray have revealed.

In the investment bank’s 35th semi-annual Taking Stock With Teens survey, the results showed that beauty spending among 6,000 Generation Z consumers has hit . . .

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