A new study by research firm Technomic shows that Amazon’s Amazon Skin Care has the best selection of skin care products in the country and that the company has the most skin care brands of any major U.S. retailer.
In its research, Technomic compared the skin care prices in Walmart and Amazon, as well as the brands that sell on those sites.
In all, Amazon had more skin care options for $0.15 more per dollar, while Walmart had a similar selection of $0-0.25 per dollar skin care.
The company also has a huge selection of cosmetics and fragrances at $0-$0.50 per ounce.
Amazon had three to four times more skin health products than Walmart, according to the report.
The results show that Walmart’s skin care was also one of the best sellers of the year, but not by much.
Walmart had two skin care deals worth a combined $7.65 per ounce, while Amazon had two to three deals worth $2.75 per ounce each.
The top five skin care companies in terms of revenue in the year were Walmart, Amazon, Johnson & Johnson, Walgreen’s and Rite Aid.
The company has been under fire for its skin care offerings, with several studies finding that the products are not really helping the skin and may even cause irritation.
In 2017, Walmart and Johnson &s declined to pay back the $2 billion they had spent on skin care in 2017, instead issuing a statement saying that the claims were not true.
In the same year, Walmart also announced it was moving to a new lab in Houston to reduce environmental and workplace health risks for workers.
Amazon also said it had no plans to increase its skincare offerings.