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Beauty and Cosmetic industry - Market Research - trends

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  1. Men's Personal Care - US - October 2016

    The men’s personal care market is expected to reach $4.4 billion in 2016, representing growth of 15% when looking at the period from 2011-16. However, sales growth has slowed in recent years as the category stabilized and has been impacted by competition from a growing number of male-specific and ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2016
    US
  2. Children's Personal Care - US - March 2014

    "The CPC market is expected to grow slowly into 2018. Better engagement of dads, creating products to keep children in the category for longer, and reinvigorating the struggling haircare segment could help accelerate sales growth for this market."

    – Gabriela Elani, Home & Personal Care Analyst

    Some ...

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    March 2014
    US
  3. Men's Personal Care - US - October 2013

    “The men’s personal care category is expected to grow steadily into 2018. However, there are some challenges. Companies need to look for ways to better engage with older men, determine how male-specific skincare and haircare products can better compete with general market products, and improve the ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2013
    US
  4. Personal Care Consumer Report - US - September 2012

    “Beauty and personal care products are present in almost every household, creating a diverse consumer base with different needs and expectations. However, consumer categories are shifting and brands can no longer rely on past niche markets. Rather, younger women are seeking anti-aging products, ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2012
    US
  5. Children's Personal Care - US - March 2012

    Despite an increase in the population of kids aged 6-11, most segments of the c hildren’s personal care (CPC) market have seen declines in the last five years and are projected to see declines in the next five years. It appears that this is partly due to the down economy. However parents also seem ...

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    March 2012
    US
  6. Babies' & Children's Personal Care Products - UK - March 2012

    “Children’s wipes (targeted at 3-9-year-olds) are worth only 5% of the total wipes market. Parents are finding more reasons to use wipes on older children, such as on-the-go clean-ups after playtime and eating, and frequency of use is growing the fastest amongst these groups. Manufacturers could ...

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    March 2012
    UK
  7. Babies' and Children's Personal Care Products - UK - March 2011

    • In order to grab parents' attention, manufacturers are increasingly focusing on introducing new products that are fun to use for babies' and children. Children's character-licensed toiletries are becoming increasingly common. Almost one in six parents buy toiletries for their baby or child which ...

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    March 2011
    UK
  8. Babies' and Children's Personal Care - Europe - December 2010

    Supported by active new product development and sustained value growth, the UK baby care market remains the largest of the ‘Big 5’, equalling some £375 million (or €447 million) in 2010. Recent European product innovation has generally focused on baby care for sensitive skin and botanical/herbal ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2010
    Europe
  9. Children's Personal Care - US - December 2010

    The economic downturn has impacted sales in a variety of categories and children’s personal care (CPC) is among them. While parents are as frugal as ever, it is also evident that there are significant opportunities for companies that focus their product development and marketing efforts on key ...

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    December 2010
    US
  10. Teens' and Tweens' Beauty and Personal Care - UK - June 2009

    Interest in cosmetics and toiletries starts from a young age, with the under-13s using products to give them confidence and make them appear older than their years. Few beauty and grooming brands specifically target tweens/teenagers, although they have considerable purchasing power with many using ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2009
    UK