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April 9, 2015

¡No te pierdas el Roadshow de in-cosmetics en Colombia, Chile y Argentina!

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Nombre del evento: Roadshow de in-cosmetics en Latinoamérica
 
Fechas de los eventos: Viernes 22 de mayo, Bogotá, Colombia – Martes 23 de junio, Santiago, Chile – Viernes 26 de junio, Buenos Aires Argentina
 
Acerca del evento:  in-cosmetics Brasil anuncia su sesión de conferencias que tratarán de contenidos educativos sobre el mercado de las formulaciones de cosméticos. Todos los fabricantes de productos cosméticos de Chile, Colombia y Argentina están invitados. Proveedores de materias primas e ingredientes y representantes de empresas interesados en el desarrollo tecnológico, científico y de marketing para la industria cosmética y del cuidado personal también pueden asistir.

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April 1, 2015

Leading Trends in the Beauty and Personal Care Industry

The beauty and personal care industry sustained growth of just over 5% in 2014 despite deceleration in China and Brazil. This video outlines major trends and regions driving this industry growth and factors that will determine the direction of the market into the future. Watch for complete insights.

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March 24, 2015

Turning Around Sun Protection Growth with Added Benefits

Oru_MohiuddinAnalyst Insight by Oru Mohiuddin - Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

The process of developing white spaces to drive growth in the beauty industry, particularly in mature countries challenged by the economic slowdown, increasingly involves incorporating claims from other categories in order to introduce new groups of products with added benefits. Sun protection is a claim increasingly used by products in categories other than sun care. Sun protection claims are most widely used for anti-agers but are also visible to a lesser extent in facial foundations. An interesting question is, with overlapping claims, how are these categories juxtaposed?

Sun protection in anti-agers and facial foundation impacts sun care in developed countries

The increasing incorporation of sun protection benefits in anti-ageing facial moisturisers and facial foundations is impacting growth for sun care as a separate category in developed countries. From 2012 to 2014, sun care growth declined from 3% annually to 1% annually, while anti-agers' growth slowed from just over 3% to 2.5%. Both product areas are seeing sales growth slow but sun care slowed at a faster rate in comparison to anti-agers. Sun care is finding it more difficult to cope with competition from anti-agers due to anti-agers offering both sun protection and more specialised anti-ageing solutions such as lifting, firming and regenerating. In contrast, the anti-ageing benefits offered by sun care primarily include protecting skin from sun damage, which in turn helps to delay the ageing process. Anti-ageing sun care thus focuses more on the preventive side rather than addressing consumers' current ageing concerns. In facial foundations, BB/CC creams meanwhile also claim to provide sun protection as part of a total skin care solution, thus offering convenience and a time- and money-saving option.

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March 20, 2015

Revlon's Potential for Expansion in Growth Markets

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This podcast discusses Revlon's optimism regarding growth markets including the company's 2014 results highlights and what this means for the company's future across product categories including beauty, haircare, colourants and planned innovations. Listen for complete insights.

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March 9, 2015

Insight into L’Oréal’s Flagging Growth and the Way Forward

Oru_MohiuddinAnalyst Insight by Oru Mohiuddin - Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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L’Oréal has been among the companies to have successfully steered through the rough waters of the economic downturn, but, in 2014, this strength faded somewhat, with reported company growth dwindling for the last three years. In 2012, the company reported a growth rate of 11%, then falling to 3% in 2013, and eventually to 1% in 2014. Fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates had a negative impact on the company’s sales in 2014, as did the continuing sluggish pace of economic growth. However, Euromonitor International’s Competitor Analytics tool further reveals that there are certain areas within the company’s portfolio needing closer attention, which, when addressed, could help to accelerate future growth. The years shown below are between 2008 and 2013 – not corresponding with 2014, but still relevant in understanding L’Oréal’s current challenges.

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March 4, 2015

The Rising Power of Female Consumers

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The global female population totalled an estimated 3.6 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach 4.2 billion by 2030. Average disposable income amongst women is the highest it's ever been, and women are living longer than men.

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  • The size and distribution of the female consumer market
  • Literacy and education rates
  • Labour participation
  • Purchasing power

 

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February 22, 2015

Uruguayos viajan a Argentina en busca de mejores precios en cosméticos

El mercado de cosméticos y fragancias en Uruguay enfrentó un año complicado en 2014. La inflación y la devaluación del peso golpearon con fuerza a un mercado basado en la importación de productos. En este escenario, el consumidor uruguayo no se mantuvo fiel a sus proveedores locales, y para hacerle frente al encarecimiento de estos ítems, modificaron su comportamiento de compra.

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February 20, 2015

Interview Series on Multicutural Beauty: Mauli Teli on Halal Beauty

Oru_MohiuddinInterview conducted by Oru Mohuiddin - Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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Euromonitor International is pleased to present an interview with Mauli Teli, who along with her sister founded India's first halal cosmetics. The range has created quite a ripple around the world. In this series, Mauli discusses the factors prompting them to think about halal cosmetics in the first place and how the range is performing in addition to how she expects the range to unfold going forward.

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February 19, 2015

Euromonitor to Speak at In-cosmetics 2015

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Euromonitor International is pleased to partner and speak at in-cosmetics Barcelona 2015.

Date: 14-16 April, 2015
Location: Barcelona, Spain

Conference: In-cosmetics is the leading international event for personal care ingredients. Whether you are involved in R&D, formulation, science, distribution, testing or marketing, in-cosmetics is the must attend annual event. In-cosmetics brings together the world’s leading personal care ingredients specialists exhibiting a diverse range of innovative cosmetics ingredients and technologies. Its unrivalled educational programme offers crucial insights into future scientific advances, emerging trends and regulations.

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February 13, 2015

The Clooney Effect: How Far Can Men’s Grooming Go?

Nicole_TyrimouAnalyst Insight by Nicole Tyrimou - Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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While men’s grooming has become the media’s darling with buzz words such as “metrosexuals”, “mansome” and “spornosexuals” used to describe its consumers; in reality, the category has been one of stability, rather than one of rapid growth. Furthermore, according to Euromonitor International, even when including men’s fragrances in men’s grooming, total men’s sales currently account for 11% of total beauty. Men’s grooming’s average growth of 6% since 2008, which was sustained even during the peak of the economic downturn, means it remains the second fastest growing category within total beauty, and one of high interest to beauty players. This, however, raises the question - how far can men’s grooming go? Are the majority of men “Clooning” (buying and using beauty products to age well) as the media claim; or is this category destined to remain niche?

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