Luxury British retailer Harrods has opened its first 'H Beauty' specialist store in the UK – a move set to solidify its position and long-term vision on upgrading how consumers shop for cosmetics, says an expert.
The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has accelerated and morphed consumer trends globally, with most shoppers now seeking out beauty brands and products perceived as clean, ethical and community-focused, experts say.
Many aspects of the European economy and political situation are looking increasingly uncertain. A new report highlights that shifting political allegiance and economic volatility could stunt growth and polarise consumers.
It has been a busy time for Procter & Gamble with the brand divestment to Coty and the announcement of its new CEO and this all acts as evidence that the company is shifting its focus away from Beauty, according to market research firm Euromonitor...
Added pressure from the media to look good and the burden that comes from employment stability at a difficult economic time are urging men to take care of their appearance and boosting the men’s grooming market.
Last month Cosmetics Design caught up with Euromonitor’s Irina Barbalova at the in-cosmetics event in Barcelona to find out what trends were prevalent in beauty in 2011 and if the future looks bright for this sector...
The ageing global population is driving the nutricosmetics market and in particular supplements due to factors such as an increased awareness of self-care, age-prevention and general health and wellness.
Brand owners have recognised the opportunities that targeting different demographic groups can offer and it is today’s youth who are clued in on green issues and the digital space that could have a big influence on product and packaging.
Following on from the relatively robust performance of the beauty and personal care market as a whole in 2009, which grew 5.1 per cent to reach a value of $4.05bn, skincare, bath and shower and men’s grooming products are expected to witness the most...
With the male grooming trend taken to the heart of many a marketing
campaign, sales growth figures are said to have plateaued, with
industry insiders now hoping that new innovations in the sector,
such as male cosmetics, will turn...
Male grooming has reached such heights that a new term has been
coined for the section of men that are outside of the traditional
brackets. The 'Ubersexual man' is said to be a potential goldmine
for global manufacturers...
A recent Euromonitor report has suggested that it is the image
conscious female consumer that is driving the recent sales surge in
beauty supplements, a surge that looks set to continue with
persisting emphasis being placed on personal...
The latest new product launches in the body care category are
reflecting the increasing move towards natural ingredients.
Simon Pitman reports on a category that is continuing to
develop increasingly sophisticated functional products...
Volume growth of cosmetics and toiletries in Morocco declined
across many sectors particularly in colour cosmetics, skin care and
fragrances. According to a new report from Euromonitor, this is due
to a shift towards Islamic values...
As the Russian economy stabilises and improves, Avon says that the
country is its fastest growing market and Euromonitor predicts huge
growth over the next 10-15 years, with a potential cosmetics and
toiletries market of US$15-18...
Euromonitor has published a timely report on the Brazilian
cosmetics and toiletries industry as Natura Cosmeticos prepares to
list on the Novo Mercado in the country's first IPO in more than
two years, writes Louise Sheridan.
Disposable wipes have evolved into a global business concept
generating more than $5 billion in sales a year, reports
Euromonitor. Achieving strong double-digit growth year after year,
the category now assumes a major role in the...