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  • Dietary Supplements in Spain

    ... increase in sales of OTC products in general, but also in the search for alternative ways to treat and prevent ailments. This is also seeing Spaniards take dietary supplements to prevent future illnesses. This is ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Romania

    ... of eye problems linked to people using consumer electronics devices more often and for longer periods of time. Tired and strained eyes are becoming more common, especially among younger people who use their laptops, tablets ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in France

    ... used in standard products and the general trend towards natural remedies. For example, herbal/traditional topical analgesics displayed robust value growth in 2019 due to the concerns about non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, mainly diclofenac-based Voltarène, which has benefited ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Greece

    ... products to treat skin conditions derive from non-OTC brands, with these often being sold under the counter. Given that these are also promoted by pharmacists, they outperform OTC dermatologicals. The exceptions to this are antiparasitics/lice ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Romania

    ... based on consumers’ pursuit of a healthier lifestyle, which is being sustained by higher available incomes and better education regarding self-medication. Romanians are likely to pay more attention to the trustworthiness of production processes and ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Spain

    ... those that are more environmentally friendly. This trend is spreading to a growing number of industries and it is also gaining in popularity within consumer health, which is resulting in growing demand for herbal/traditional products. ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in France

    ... 65% reimbursement. Where previously this meant reimbursement was capped at EUR150, now 65% of any costs will be reimbursed, with no upper limit. In addition, it is possible to receive the reimbursement in advance of ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Spain

    ... before the anti-tobacco law was introduced in 2005. Growth has been seen especially among younger Spaniards, which is expected to result in a higher number of adult smokers and hence a potential increase in the ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Denmark

    ... moderate pain remains prevalent among the older population. The numbers of Danish people aged 65 and older are set to continue rising over the forecast period and this means higher numbers of consumers experiencing chronic ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Greece

    ... products that treat and provide relief from coughs and colds, there is also growing demand for antihistamines/allergy remedies (systemic), which is a less mature category. While hay fever is nothing new in Greece, there has ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in France

    ... were concerned by two main negative factors. The first of which was limited ailments in 2018 and, to a lesser extent, in early 2019. The impact of cold and flu was lower due to the ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Spain

    ... current value growth rate to a year earlier. The recovery in the employment rate resulted in Spaniards being more willing to spend extra money on taking care of themselves. In the earlier part of the ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Romania

    ... per family mean that parents and grandparents are increasingly willing and able to spend more per child. It is thus more common that young children are receiving paediatric medicine rather than smaller doses of adult ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in France

    ... problems are being caused by a number of factors, including increasingly hectic lifestyles and the stress this can result in as well as watching television in bed and the growing use of smartphones, tablets and ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Denmark

    ... nutrients. However, this also means that demand for multivitamins is fairly mature. In response, the leading players in the category are likely to focus more on segmentation and the targeting of smaller consumer segments in ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in France

    ... category continued to suffer at the hands of a number of factors, including the preference among French consumers for prescribed and reimbursed products. Also at play was the ban on advertising certain decongestants and untypically ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Romania

    ... and increasing demand for more expensive products thanks to rising disposable incomes. In addition, the ageing of the population meant more elderly people, many of whom are more susceptible to colds, flu and allergies, also ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Romania

    ... money on vitamins as the preventative benefits of these products are well known. In addition, consumers are becoming more aware of the value of vitamins at a time of lifestyle changes as poor dietary habits ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Spain

    ... formats for the different parts of the body. With this segmentation having proved to be successful, it is set to continue over the forecast period. This was especially the case for ranges for the feet. ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Denmark

    ... the city. Towards the end of the review period, this continued to support strong growth in sales of antipruritics as consumers sought to minimise the effects of hard water on their own skin and, in ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in France

    ... and half having already purchased some of these products. Growth continued to be seen in dietary supplements current value sales in 2019, driven by areas like digestion, stress and vitality. While consumers associate dietary supplements ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Denmark

    ... offer incentives to would-be parents, Denmark’s birth rate is on the rebound as the country’s famously high standard of living and high happiness index ratings have contributed to a general enthusiasm for starting families among ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in France

    ... birth rate, which is expected to continue in the long term. This will further limit the population aged 0-4 years, even if France remains one of the most fertile countries in the EU. The second ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Greece

    ... instead of opting for self-medication. This is especially true when it comes to babies or toddlers when it is rare to opt for self-medication. Levels of self-medication increase for older children but paediatric consumer health ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Spain

    ... the prevalence of mild digestive-related ailments is linked to lifestyle and diet. With the recovery of the Spanish economy and the increasing employment rate, Spaniards are set to increasingly suffer from work-related stress problems, with ... Read More

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