Private Label Beauty Products and Toiletries - UK - May 2011
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"As might be expected, the recession has supported purchases of own-label products with a rise in the number of consumers choosing these alternatives to brands. Yet, value sales haven’t benefited to any great extent. Indeed, any volume sales gain own-label has made in terms of purchasing has been more than offset by the brands’ unprecedented levels of price promotions during this time."
– Michelle Strutton, Senior Consumer Analyst
This report concentrates on consumer purchasing of cosmetics and toiletries through non-specialist retailers of cosmetics and toiletries (primarily grocery and chemist multiples) to investigate attitudes towards buying manufacturer-branded vs. own-label products. Consumer purchasing through single-branded C&T outlets, such as The Body Shop, Lush, Molton Brown, L’Occitane, Penhaligon’s, Benefit, and so on, is not included.
Market size data for private-label cosmetics and toiletries include sales through non-specialist outlets (eg grocers) as well as specialist single-brand multiples (eg The Body Shop).
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