The Global Beauty and Personal Care Products Market was valued at US$ 433.3 Billion in 2017 and is expected to reach US$ 591.9 Billion by 2025 growing at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 3.98% during the forecast period.
The Market is studied through the below listed segments. This segmentation has been built taking in account the material impact that each of these segments have on the overall ecosystem of the Global Beauty And Personal
Care Products Market .
By Product Type
• Personal Care
• Hair Care
• Skin Care
• Bath and Shower
• Oral Care
• Men's Grooming
• Deodorants and
The Personal Care
Products sub-segment has the largest impact on the Beauty and Personal Care Products Market when segmented By Product Type with a share of ~85%
By Distribution Channel
• Specialist Retail Stores
• Convenience Stores
• Pharmacies/Drug Stores
• Online Retail Channels
• Other Distribution Channels
The Supermarkets/Hypermarkets sub-segment has the largest share in the Beauty and Personal Care Products Market when segmented By Distribution Channel with a share of ~25%
The largest sub-segment within the Beauty and Personal Care Products Market when segmented By Category is Mass with a share of ~70%
From a geographic segmentation perspective, the report focuses on the regions that have a material and significant effect on the market dynamics. The broad level coverage of the report includes the regions and key countries within the regions of Global, North America, Europe, APAC, MEA
The Asia-Pacific Region has the largest share in the Beauty and Personal Care Products Market from a Geographic Analysis point of view with a share of ~33%
The Beauty and Personal Care Products Market is fairly fragmented. While the key companies continue to drive innovation and, in most cases, adopt digital transformations, the overall competitive ecosystem is dominated by Market leaders as well as emerging players with niche offerings.
This Beauty and Personal Care Products Market report profiles some of the key market players while reviewing significant market developments and strategies adopted by them.
While looking at Organic and Inorganic strategies separately, the report studies not only outlook based (short-mid-long term), but also strategy based (strategic vs operational) market activity.
Key Companies profiled in this report include:
• L'Or•al SA
• Procter & Gamble Co.
• Unilever PLC
• Colgate-Palmolive Company
• The Est•e Lauder Inc.
• Natura & Co.
• Johnson & Johnson Inc.
• Beiersdorf AG
• Shiseido Company Limited
• ORIFLAME COSMETICS GLOBAL SA
While most of the Key Profiles are of Market Leaders, the profiling involves coverage of the market ecosystem. Based on the Market Strategy that a client is exploring, the Competitive Landscape is customized to make the CI data more actionable and relevant for the strategy execution.
Company profiles usually include:
• Company Overview
• Performance Overview
• Products / Services Overview
• Recent Developments
The Covid19 pandemic has transformed the market landscape. The second-wave in 2021 has highlighted the importance of Business Resilience and is putting lot of impetus on the business strategies involving bottom-line management like vendor-management, cost-optimization, etc., This report covers the aftermath of the Covid19 catastrophe and the key trends that need to be incorporate in Business plans.
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From a business-objective perspective, the Report details out the key take-aways necessary to formulate business strategies like:
• New product launch
• New client acquisition
• New opportunity mapping (market level and geography level)
• Competitive benchmarking
• Cost optimization strategies
• Inorganic expansion plans