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3 Skin Care Industry Trends to Capitalize on in 2017 & Beyond

Posted by William Oliver on Wed, Feb 15, 2017 @ 03:16 PM


The skin care industry has continually seen growth as the economy has recovered and the purchasing power of most Americans has risen. With the U.S. skin care industry predicted to reach $11 billion by 2018 by outlets like GCI Magazine, which covers the global cosmetics industry, it's no surprise that many entrepreneurs have been finding ways to capitalize on this opportunity.
One of the keys to success in this lucrative but competitive industry to be on the pulse of what is happening right now and making sure your line reflects what is hot in the market. Here at PLS, besides our comittment to leading the industry of private label skin care manufacturers, our main objective is to make sure our customers are successful and so we did extensive research to find what is trending now in the industry. Armed with these trends, you can continue to evolve with the market and supply the highest quality skin care products that the market is demanding.
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Private Label Skin Named in List of Fastest-Growing Companies by Inc. 5000

Posted by William Oliver on Mon, Aug 22, 2016 @ 01:00 PM

We at PLS are delighted to announce thatwe've joined the ranks on the coveted Inc. 500 list of the country’s fastest-growing private companies. Now in its 36th year, the Inc. 500 list is composed of companies built with entrepreneurial leadership, and we are honored to have earned the spot of 281 on the overall list. We are also thrilled to come in at number 5 in the top manufacturing companies, number 18 in the top Florida companies category, and number 6 in the Tampa area.

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Topics: news

Everyday Routine to Clean Skin without Pores & Blackheads

Posted by William Oliver on Wed, Jun 29, 2016 @ 12:30 PM


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Topics: Sensitive Skin

Skin Care Myths Everyone Believes Are True

Posted by William Oliver on Wed, Jun 15, 2016 @ 12:30 PM


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Topics: Skin Care Industry

SkinCare tips for the Elderly - How to Keep Your Skin Smooth & Wrinkle Free

Posted by William Oliver on Tue, Apr 26, 2016 @ 01:00 PM

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Topics: Sensitive Skin

10 Tips to Deal with Oily Skin

Posted by William Oliver on Mon, Apr 04, 2016 @ 01:00 PM

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Topics: Sensitive Skin

The Surprising Pros & Cons of Mineral Makeup

Posted by Chris Gonzalez on Fri, Jan 08, 2016 @ 09:37 AM

  Many people looking for a more natural and green path to cosmetics often look towards mineral makeup as an alternative to conventional heavy-set brands. There is this assumption that makeup made from earthy products such as minerals must be better and healthier for your skin. It’s true that there are some benefits to this type of makeup, which inspired its commercial debut in the 1970s, although its application is nothing new, even from ancient times, Cleopatra’s eye kohl and tribal war paint are all from mineral sources. However, just how beneficial is mineral makeup? What does it actually contain, what is it good for and where does it fall when compared to conventional products?

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Topics: Skin Care Trends, Mineral Skin Care

5 Main Factors That Contribute to Having Wrinkles

Posted by Chris Gonzalez on Fri, Dec 18, 2015 @ 04:46 PM

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Topics: Anti Aging

Top 5 Reasons Why the Skin Care Industry Will Continue its Explosive Growth Beyond 2016

Posted by Chris Gonzalez on Wed, Oct 28, 2015 @ 01:02 PM


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Topics: Skin Care Industry

Cream vs Serum: Which is Best for YOUR Skin?

Posted by Chris Gonzalez on Mon, Oct 05, 2015 @ 07:27 PM


Cream or Serum? How do you know you’re choosing the right one for your unique skin type? They appear to do the same thing, but choosing the wrong one for you can actually make certain skin conditions worse (Yikes!). Don’t worry, we can help. Here’s a breakdown of the benefits and limitations of each, so you can can decide which will be best to use on your skin without having to make any costly guesses - because ultimately, it will be your skin that will pay the price


Moisturizing face creams have been around since time immemorial in one form or another. They are basically oil-based pastes that have the objective of moisturizing your skin. They are tried and tested and more or less everyone uses, or has used, some form of moisturizing cream in their lifetime.

Moisturizing creams can come in different textures, with heavier creams being better for dry skin conditions. In fact, normal to dry skin-types tend to benefit mostly from creams since they help to lock in as much moisture as possible. 

While moisturizing is the primary purpose, the addition of active ingredients can provide added benefits to your skin, which is why you are presented with an abundance of different cream types in most stores, such as "anti-aging" or "rejuvenating" moisturizer creams. The best of these types of creams will feature actives like Argireline, Coenzyme Q10, Glucare S, Pentavitin, and Trylagen. After all, why just settle for a moisturizing cream when you can also enjoy the amplified benefits of powerful and effective active ingredients that help you maintain a more youthful appearance...

However, the thing to bear in mind is the oil-based, heavier texture that comes with creams. If you have an oily skin type, then creams (particularly heavy creams), can worsen conditions like acne or even cause breakouts as it is adding grease on top of grease, blocking pores and allowing oily build ups.

Since they made up of relatively larger molecules, they are not absorbed as lighter texture bases will. The barrier they form can have the result of "locking out" active ingredients if they are not blended properly with the cream's delivery "base". This is definitely worth bearing in mind if you are looking to apply other products in addition to your cream as part of your beauty regimen. So...


  • Effective for Normal to Dry Skin
  • Tried & Tested
  • Increased Benefits from added Active Ingredients


  • Does not work well with oily skin
  • Can worsen skin conditions like Acne
  • Can block the absorbtion of Active Ingredients if not formulated properly
Find out how PrivateLabelSk.in has formulated the industry's most effective rejuvenating moisturizer creams with not one, but ALL of the key active ingredients mentioned above just a little later in this article... 


Serums, in contrast to creams, are relatively new to the beauty scene. They are innovative and uniquely suited to target individual skin woes. Serums are water- based products, making them a lighter product than creams. This means they are better generally for oily skin-types as it is not layering more oil onto the skin.
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Topics: Anti Aging Moisturizer, Cream vs Serum