TrendSights Analysis: Image Consciousness; Exploring consumers' attitudes towards image and beauty
Summary Consumers' desire to succeed in society and impress their peers, paired with strong associations of appearance with success in both personal and professional lives, fuels Image Consciousness. This trend has traditionally been linked with the personal care category, as products are often bought out of the desire to impress others; recently, however, it has started manifesting itself in other categories, such as baby care and food.
Key Findings Consumers' desire to enhance their image is responsible for a quarter of skincare consumption.
Six in 10 men agree that better-looking people have the better opportunities in life, both personally and professionally.
Regionally, consumers in North America are the most likely to be dissatisfied with their appearance.
Personal hygiene is important for eight out of 10 global consumers.
Synopsis TrendSights Analysis: Image Consciousness explores the aspirational behavior that drives consumers to opt for products in order to enhance their appearance.
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