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Commercially prepared skincare products are used to moisturize and cleanse the face, hands and body, as well as combat the effects of aging on skin. The products are sold as creams, serums and lotions. Skin care products are classified broadly under 5 categories: facial cleansers, facial moisturizers, anti aging products and hand/body lotion. Hand/body lotions are heavy providing a protective coating to hydrate and moisturize the skin. Anti aging serums, lotions and creams are used to renew skin elasticity, reduce puffiness, crow’s feet and firm the skin. Facial moisturizers reduce and prevent dryness. It softens the skin reducing lines and wrinkles. Skin cleansers remove dirt, grease, oil and make-up clearing the pores and altering the pH.

Skin care giants are finding more creative ways to offset the cost of research into products which reduce aging and blemishes. Marketresearch.com provides in­ depth analysis into the manufacturing and research/development of skincare products globally.

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Skin Care Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Personal Care Products Manufacturing

    ... cosmetics. Major companies include Estée Lauder, Johnson & Johnson, and Procter & Gamble (all based in the US), as well as L’Oreal (France), Shiseido (Japan), and Unilever (the Netherlands and the UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Makers ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Algeria

    ... and hair care categories. A growing population, increasing consumer awareness and lifestyle changes due to urbanisation are generating sales growth in Algeria. Moreover, an increasing number of women are joining the workforce and becoming economically ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Algeria

    ... in the necessity of their skin care products. In addition, rising exposure to international beauty and grooming trends, allied with the increasing image consciousness of consumers, is expected to lead to an increased willingness to ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Finland

    ... were positioned at the more affordable end of the price spectrum. New types of products such as celebrity-endorsed brands, fashion and clothing label brands, lifestyle and professional brands entered the market. Natural and pharma brands ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Norway

    ... However, manufacturers successfully managed to add value by targeting affluent Norwegians’ rising willingness to pay for quality products when it comes to their appearance. The premiumisation trend manifested itself through a wide range of trends, ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Norway

    ... products. Consumer demand for premium-positioned products that are mild and contain natural ingredients resulted in more shelf-space in chemists/pharmacies being allocated to skin care products. Pharmacy brands or dermocosmetics are associated with medical heritage, meaning ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Finland

    ... with UV radiation. Older consumers were more aware of the ageing impact of radiation, and parents took great care to protect their children against harmful radiation. This was also shown in sales of products offering ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Finland

    ... the forecast period. Although skin care is mostly a mature area and volume growth will be moderate, the value is set to see positive rates as consumers look for more efficient and innovative products. Skin ... Read More

  • Global Facial Wipes Market 2018-2022

    ... many other purposes. Technavio’s analysts forecast the global facial wipes market to grow at a CAGR of 9.3% during the period 2018-2022. Covered in this report The report covers the present scenario and the growth ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Estonia

    ... skin care registered faster value growth than mass. In terms of dermocosmetics, the penetration of pharma brands remains relatively low. However, in the past few years, the assortment of skin care in pharmacies has significantly ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Malaysia

    ... such as Avène, Eucerin, Vichy and Cosmoderm, which target specific skin concerns, are increasingly found on shelves in such retail outlets. Consumers also showed stronger acceptance of dermatological brands to prevent skin problems. In the ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Romania

    ... example SPF, brand name, product format and additional benefits. However, price is also important as the purchasing power of many Romanians is weak, leading to them opting for products offering the best value for money. ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Malaysia

    ... personal care categories, such as colour cosmetics, skin care and fragrances, showed signs of recovery. Consumers were willing to spend more on both premium and mass skin care ranges in their daily routines. The stronger ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Chile

    ... economy, consumers were looking for in-store promotions as they were more price-sensitive. Such behaviour, combined with intensifying promotional activities across a wide range of beauty and personal care categories, mainly explains the noticeable slowdown in ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Estonia

    ... primarily driven by rising monthly salaries, which boosted consumer confidence and encouraged people to spend more on beauty and personal care products. Along with the growing average income, an ongoing expansion of online retailing contributed ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Georgia

    ... Georgia, certain fast moving consumer goods that are not considered essential saw stagnation or a drop in consumption. However, skin care was not among them. Over the review period, skin care did not stagnate or ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Slovakia

    ... summer with more hot days than in 2016. Colour cosmetics and skin care products also recorded solid growth in current retail value sales terms in 2017 – the categories benefited from product innovation, premiumisation and ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Romania

    ... than just basic benefits. Skin care routines are no longer restricted to cleansing and moisturising, with consumers seeking rejuvenation, age-defying, age-reversing, imperfection correction and beauty-enhancing properties. Euromonitor International's Skin Care in Romania report offers a ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Chile

    ... price-sensitive, and tended to buy products on promotion. In such a context, premium non-pharma skin care brands implemented significant discounts throughout the year, both in-store and online, thus impacting the value growth of overall skin ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Slovakia

    ... increasingly blurred the line between mass and premium by borrowing product features, such as designs or attributes from popular premium brands (such as key active ingredients). Euromonitor International's Skin Care in Slovakia report offers a ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Chile

    ... awareness of the risks posed by sun exposure and aggressive advertising campaigns by the leading companies in the review period played a key role in this. Furthermore, educational programmes in the mass media positively impacted ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Japan

    ... popularity of sun protection. Euromonitor International's Sun Care in Japan report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2013-2017, ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Japan

    ... product officially qualified as quasi-drug, claiming efficacy in wrinkle reduction with the company’s originally-developed NIE-L1. Shiseido Co Ltd introduced Wrinkle Cream within its skin care brand, Elixir, in June 2017, which was the second anti-ager ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Japan

    ... maintenance, older women, who could potentially become the majority of depilatories consumers, continue to show little interest in removing body hair. Euromonitor International's Depilatories in Japan report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Latvia

    ... possible economic volatility, with Latvians not having forgotten the 2008 financial crisis and recent ban on exports to Russia. Nevertheless, with volume sales stagnant or rising only slightly, the industry’s value growth is being driven ... Read More

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