Sun Care Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The sun care industry is comprised of establishments which are primarily concerned with the retailing of sun protection, after-sun exposure, and self-tanning products. Sun care consists of product lines designed to reflect or absorb the ultraviolet radiation emitted from the sun. Skin exposed to sun is highly sensitivity to burning and sun care products help protect against burning. Physical sun care products are those that reflect the sun’s rays. Chemical sun care products absorb these rays. Sun care products are often referred to as sun block, block out, sun lotion, sun cream, or sun screen, and are typically available in gel, spray, or lotion forms. As lighter skin pigmentations are more susceptible to enduring damage from sun exposure than darker skin pigmentations, sun care products exist dedicated to lighter skin tones. Sun screen is also available in a variety of SPF (Sun Protection Factor) degrees. A sunscreen's SPF is equivalent to its effective nature. The higher the SPF, the more sun protection it is capable of providing again ultraviolet radiation. Common perception dictates that SPF degrees dictates how long the wearer can be safely exposed to sunlight, this is not entirely true. Sun protection is dependent upon not only the SPF of sunscreen, but also the amount of sun block applied, the skin type of the consumer wearing the block, the activities a wearer is participating in during that time period, and how much of the sun screen has been absorbed by the skin. It is recommended that sun block be applied up to thirty minutes prior to sun exposure, and then reapplied after fifteen to 30 minutes of sun exposure. SPF 30+ was once considered adequate for sun protection. Manufacturers have recently been creating sun care products with SPF 100 capabilities, and conscientious consumers have been purchasing these products in droves.
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Sun Care Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Sun Care in Austria (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... value is based on sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. It includes mass market and prestige lines but excludes sales to the professional sector, such as beauty/tanning salons. Market size for Sun ... Read More

  • Sun Care in India (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... value is based on sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. It includes mass market and prestige lines but excludes sales to the professional sector, such as beauty/tanning salons. Market size for Sun ... Read More

  • Sun Care in South Africa (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... Market value is based on sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. It includes mass market and prestige lines but excludes sales to the professional sector, such as beauty/tanning salons. Market size for ... Read More

  • Sun Care Product Market Trends in China

    ... of the manufacturing capabilities and rising consumer consumptions in China have transformed China’s society and economy. China is one of the world’s major producers for industrial and consumer products. Far outpacing other economies in the ... Read More

  • Self Tanning (UK) - Industry Report

    ... BODYBRONZE LONDON LTD, GLODEN LTD and MALIBU TANNING STUDIO LTD. This report covers activities such as sunbeds, tanning, uk, tan, sunbed and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four ... Read More

  • Global Sun Care Products Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

    ... market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Azerbaijan

    ... rising as consumer awareness of the importance of sun protection and the risk of skin-ageing and skin cancer grows. This has in turn led to a widening variety of products, particularly in modern grocery retailers. ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Cameroon

    ... supply of sun care products. Nevertheless, a handful of outlets located in high-end neighbourhoods in large cities frequented by foreigners stock these products. It is expected that Carrefour and Super U may carry some sun ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Switzerland

    ... products with added value are expected to be seen, such as products with anti-ageing and anti-allergy benefits. The main factor limiting growth, however, will be rising competition from skin care products with integrated sun protection. ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Kenya

    ... fact that sun protection products remain largely unaffordable for many consumers for regular use, most buy them only for when on holiday. The fact that there has been a sustained decrease in sunburn among adolescents ... Read More

  • Sun Care in South Africa

    ... to decline. It also remained one of the smallest categories within beauty and personal care. Sun care is not seen as an essential part of the skin care routine of most South Africans. Consumer perception ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Nigeria

    ... skin pigmentation of most Nigerian consumers, sun care products have traditionally been seen as unnecessary by most people due to the low likelihood that they will experience severe sun burn. However, interest is growing among ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Pakistan

    ... the harmful effects of direct exposure. High intensity sunlight and temperatures boosted demand for sun care products with a high sun protection factor (SPF) such as SPF50 and SPF 60 as well as products with ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Germany

    ... to the skin from exposure to the sun will help sustain demand, although volume growth will remain constrained by rising competition from skin care products with integrated sun protection. Sun care may suffer direct competition ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Portugal

    ... levels seen in 2017 – the summer weather in 2019 was also poor, and while growth was generated due to the release of pent up demand from the previous year, this still failed to generate ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Algeria

    ... care in 2019. Demand was further bolstered as rising health-consciousness encouraged more Algerians to regularly partake in outdoor sports and fitness activities such as running, cycling, hiking etc. Urbanisation and the modernisation of the local ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Uruguay

    ... any protection. However, awareness of the need to protect skin from the sun has greatly increased. Moreover, Uruguay has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in Latin America, with the government and media ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Bolivia

    ... associations across the country are joining the campaign with the offer of medical care days and prevention campaigns. Due to its geographic location, Bolivia is prone to higher levels of exposure to solar radiation, with ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Uzbekistan

    ... sun care necessary. Overall growth was driven by sun protection, by far the dominant product area, as awareness continued to rise among consumers of the fact that unprotected sun exposure can cause skin cancer. Current ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... limit the spread of the pandemic are focusing consumer spending on necessities, and, even within essential product areas, they are encouraging consumers to reduce their usage, to adopt longer replacement cycles for products such as ... Read More

  • Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market, by Product Type (Isododecane, Isohexadecane, Isoeicosane, and Others), by End Use (Hair Care, Skin Care, Lip Care, Antiperspirants & Deodorants, Sun Care, Color Cosmetics, and Others), and by Region (North America, Latin Amer

    ... Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa) - Size, Share, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2020 - 2027 Cosmetic isoparaffins market is expected to witness significant growth during the forecast period, owing to ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Serbia

    ... to the summer months, roughly to the period between May and October. However, the notion that sun care products, particularly sun protection, are very important continued to spread in Serbia in 2019. This had a ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Dominican Republic

    ... of income. According to the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic, tourism revenues exceeded USD7.6 billion in 2018, up by 6% compared with 2017. The Central Bank’s official data states that between January and November ... Read More

  • Sun Care in the Netherlands

    ... to 6% in the year before, causing a loss to the country’s treasury as well as legal uncertainty. Sun care and toothpaste are the among the product categories that subsequently lost their recently acquired lower ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Lithuania

    ... products would be applied only when spending time in nature or sunbathing at the beach, and even then, the application of these products was often sparing, except when being applied to children. However, recent years ... Read More

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