Beauty and personal care products represent one of the fastest-growing consumer goods across the globe. These products not only enhance beautification but also help in improving and protecting the health of individuals. Today, with the increasing concerns regarding hygiene and personal appearances among individuals, there has been a heightened demand for cosmetics and toiletries. These include hair care, lip care, baby care, deodorants, color cosmetics, oral hygiene, perfumes and fragrances, skincare, depilatories, sun care, bath & shower products, tissue papers, toilet rolls and sanitary napkins.
Over the years, air pollution has emerged as a significant factor leading to skin damage, premature skin aging and the increasing prevalence of skin-related diseases. This has propelled consumer expenditure on various beauty products to maintain a regular regime of personal care. Furthermore, there is a growing inclination toward products with organic and herbal ingredients, owing to which manufacturers are launching organic and halal-certified products that are prepared using natural ingredients. Rapid urbanization, especially in the emerging economies, and aggressive promotional advertisements by manufacturers are some of the other factors contributing to the bourgeoning beauty and personal care products industry across the globe.
IMARC Group’s reports cover in-depth evaluation of the global beauty and personal care market, along with potential success and risk factors, growth indicative factors and market opportunities. This also keeps our clientele up-to-date about the latest developments or innovations taking place in the industry.