Region: Dominican Republic
Category: Cosmetics & Personal Care

Dominican Republic Cosmetics & Personal Care

(22 reports matching your criteria)
  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Dominican Republic

    ... from lower-priced brands that were more attractive to frugal-minded consumers. Tougher competition urged Johnson's Baby to focus on a differentiation strategy, resulting in the reformulation of its products, reporting claims such as ""new purer and ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Dominican Republic

    ... its toll. Less essential products such as razors have been hard hit by this trend. This shift in consumer purchasing patterns has favoured low-price razor brands such as Bic and Top Care, which were active ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Dominican Republic

    ... considerably as these formats are still considered a more economical alternative to hand and body wash in liquid format. Given the multifunctionality of bar soap, it is sometimes used by low-income groups as a substitute ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Dominican Republic

    ... habits such as teeth brushing are well established among the majority of Dominicans and so basic products are deemed essential. Awareness of the importance of oral health, as an integral part of general health, is ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Dominican Republic

    ... are more aware of the potential damage to the skin from direct exposure to the sun, such as premature ageing or skin cancer. Greater awareness about the relevance of sun care use is encouraging certain ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... of higher living costs, led consumers to prioritise their purchases. In beauty and personal care, this was reflected in more rational purchases of products such as fragrances or skin care, with premium products growing at ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... the inflationary conditions in the Dominican Republic. Many of these consumers were unwilling to forgo beauty and personal care items, which are used on a daily basis. Nevertheless, there was a tendency to buy more ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Dominican Republic

    ... resilient with retail volume sales continuing to rise in 2023. The category has a wide variety of brands and formats, many of them perceived as affordable by a large part of the population. Consumers are ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Dominican Republic

    ... of high inflation. Consumers switched to new packaging sizes and formats in shampoos in order to make cost savings. Larger containers such as the 700ml option from Head & Shoulders, a leading brand from The ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Dominican Republic

    ... during the pandemic and the subsequent inflationary period putting a squeeze on purchasing power, this trend has reversed. Consumers in 2023 showed greater interest in mass fragrances, as they sought to reign in expenditure. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Dominican Republic

    ... seeking simplification in their beauty rituals. Cosmetics manufacturers regularly launch products with multifunctional claims. The Maybelline New York brand from the L'Oréal Groupe, which has wide distribution in supermarket chains, such as Olé, Plaza and ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Dominican Republic

    ... beyond aesthetics and supports general health. This behaviour is more noticeable among millennials and Gen Z, who use skin care products on a daily basis. During a period in which consumers felt the pressure of ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Dominican Republic

    ... blades. In later years, Dominicans renewed their interest in activities outside the home whilst remote work became less and less frequent, so the habit of shaving tended to recover. In 2023, men’s razors and blades ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... inflation fell in 2023 compared to the previous two years, the overall increase in prices over the past two years continued to put pressure on the purchasing power of Dominicans, especially in low- and middle-income ... Read More

  • Wipes in Dominican Republic

    ... to clean babies' skin but for other purposes, such as adult facial cleansing and surface cleaning, and among higher-income demographics, it is also used as a substitute for toilet paper. As such, it has been ... Read More

  • Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Dominican Republic

    ... tourism and hospitality, which are essential industries for the country's economy. Data from the Ministry of Tourism reported that the sector generated an income of more than USD 8.4 billion following the lifting of COVID-19 ... Read More

  • Retail Adult Incontinence in Dominican Republic

    ... of living, the product is considered a daily necessity for the majority of its users, leading volume levels to remain high. Sales are also driven mainly by middle- and high-income demographic groups, and as a ... Read More

  • Tissue and Hygiene in Dominican Republic

    ... were slower in 2023 than the previous year. The international prices of raw materials such as cellulose, paper pulp and plastics stabilised, as did transportation costs, lifting cost pressures in the production and distribution chains. ... Read More

  • Menstrual Care in Dominican Republic

    ... size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2019-2023, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and ... Read More

  • Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Dominican Republic

    ... faced growing challenges, including shortages and increased costs of raw materials, such as paper pulp – the result of the war in Ukraine. Euromonitor International's Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Sanitary Protection in Dominican Republic

    ... In addition, the country has seen a rare but rapid appreciation of its currency vis-à-vis the US dollar, which has hit many consumers very hard. In response, consumers are looking for ways to reduce expenditure ... Read More

  • Health and Beauty Specialist Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... and spent less on health products as a result. On the other hand, spending was higher on beauty products, as with society gradually opening up and people returning to offices and socialising, there was increased ... Read More

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