Beliefs that online shopping has replaced brick-and-mortar shopping are exaggerated, especially when it comes cosmetic and grooming purchases, according to a new The Harris Poll.
The survey, which studied 2,223 adults aged 18 and older from Sept. 19-Oct. 3, found that since 2014, brick-and-mortar retailers continue to be the most popular location for grooming and cosmetic purchases, with approximately nine in 10 consumers buying hair styling products, shampoos, conditioners, cosmetics, non-sunscreen products with SPF protection, and sunscreen and physical stores. Pharmacies were in the top three purchase locations for many of these products, as well as facial/skin care products and hair coloring products.. . . more