Region: Kenya
Category: Cosmetics & Personal Care

Kenya Cosmetics & Personal Care

(23 reports matching your criteria)
  • Sanitary Protection in Kenya

    ... The previous major drivers of growth continued, such as: the essential nature of these products; changing lifestyles; the rising female population aged 12-54; higher disposable incomes per capita amongst women; rising menstrual education and the ... Read More

  • Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Kenya

    ... However, Kenyans living in low-income settlements live on an average daily budget of KES100. The pandemic worsened their financial situation, forcing these consumers to either forego some necessities or opt for cheaper ways of acquiring ... Read More

  • Retail Adult Incontinence in Kenya

    ... although this was due to the low base rather than to any impact due to COVID-19. Changing lifestyles amongst consumers, coupled with poor diets and unhealthy living, has led to an increase in lifestyle diseases ... Read More

  • Tissue and Hygiene in Kenya

    ... as a result of COVID-19. Although the growth rate of retail hygiene was only marginally higher, retail tissue saw a dynamic increase. Besides the normal demand factors such as rapid urbanisation and industrialisation that were ... Read More

  • Health and Beauty Specialist Retailers in Kenya

    ... restrictions on movement during the early stages of the pandemic led some local consumers to stockpile nutritional supplements, which led to temporary shortages. Moreover, the pandemic made consumers more concerned with maintaining their health in ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Kenya

    ... While the country has proved relatively successful in halting the spread of the virus, it is expected to face a heavy impact in economic terms, with the pandemic curbing consumption and investment and restricting production, ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Kenya

    ... Furthermore, the convenience of baby wipes does not come without environmental consequences, as they mostly contain plastic or polyester and are therefore not biodegradable. Moreover, companies continue to compete to produce superior baby wipes which ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Kenya

    ... textures, colours and shapes, in different formats, such as shower oils, mousses and creams. A colourful look and pleasant scent continue to be dominant features in popular bar soaps. Premium bath and shower products tend ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Kenya

    ... consistency, and phthalates, which are also commonly listed as fragrance. Recent findings about the potential dangers of these ingredients and their link to breast and brain cancer have driven consumers to search for alternatives, such ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Kenya

    ... like their individual tastes and preferences are catered to, which is a quality mass products lack. Premium brands are rarely advertised in Kenya as they rely on consumers who are well-travelled to know the prices ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Kenya

    ... visit salons. Therefore, there are increasing numbers of brands that are both home-friendly and salon-friendly. For example, for perms, many consumers go to a salon due to the need for expert application. However, consumers are ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Kenya

    ... the region, especially body care products. Brands, both local and international, increasingly understand the importance of the microbiome, the natural bacteria found in and on the body, which can be balanced through the use of ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Kenya

    ... Despite the fact that these products retail at a slightly higher price than ordinary toothpaste, for example, consumers are willing to incur the extra cost. Brands that produce mouthwashes are looking to create a liquid ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Kenya

    ... to the niche segment of middle- and higher-income consumers who are seeking personalised products to cater to their very specific needs. The increasing presence of these products in the market has provided growth opportunities for ... 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

  • Colour Cosmetics in Kenya

    ... tones performing particularly well, notably in lipsticks and foundations. When it comes to facial make-up, women in Kenya predominantly use foundation/concealer and powder and, to a lesser extent, blusher/bronzer/highlighter. These have long been considered staples ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Kenya

    ... especially, followed by women’s razors and blades, are continuing to see sales growth, driven by the convenience they provide. For example, ready-to-use wax strips are generally considered to be as good as going to a ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Kenya

    ... partly attributed to social media pressures and rising product awareness, led by intensive marketing, manufacturers are more actively catering to this consumer segment. The number of men’s pre-shave and after-shave creams is increasing, with some ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Kenya

    ... and protection from sun exposure. As a result, facial care is becoming more fragmented as consumers shift towards various products that address their specific concerns. Another example of this trend is growing demand for premium ... Read More

  • Hair Product Markets in Africa to 2022

    ... in different African countries. The package includes country reports from the following countries: Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania The research includes historical data from 2011 to 2017 and forecasts ... Read More

  • Soap Markets in Africa to 2022

    ... countries. The package includes country reports from the following countries: Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania The research includes historical data from 2011 to 2017 and forecasts until 2022 which ... Read More

  • Cosmetic, Perfume and Toiletry Markets in Africa to 2022

    ... outlook for cosmetics, perfumes and toiletries in different African countries. The package includes country reports from the following countries: Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania The research includes historical data ... Read More

  • Beauty or Make-Up Product Markets in Africa to 2022

    ... outlook for beauty or make-up products in different African countries. The package includes country reports from the following countries: Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania The research includes historical data ... Read More