Euromonitor to Speak at In-Cosmetics Asia 2014


Event Name: In-Cosmetics Asia

Location: Bangkok


Date:  November 4, 2014 – November 6, 2014

Event Description: The leading exhibition & conference in Asia for personal care ingredients

Speaker: Pei Ying Loh, Research Analyst

First Presentation: Global Trends In Beauty And Personal Care: Opportunities For The Future

Presentation Date:  November 4, 2014

Presentation Time:  13:00 – 13:45

Presentation Description:  The global beauty and personal care industry was worth US$454 billion in 2013. Asia Pacific accounted for more than 28% value share. Whilst Japan’s mature market meant that it witnessed a double digit decline on the previous year, most other markets enjoyed strong growth, led by large-scale markets such as China, as well as dynamic countries such as Vietnam. As consumers continue to be increasingly technology-savvy, online social media such as Instagram and Facebook remain the key drivers influencing the success of beauty and personal care brands. The fashion trend of taking “selfies” is also influencing consumer choice within skin care and colour cosmetics, driving demand for products which emphasize photo-perfect quality looks. This presentation will discuss the trends and drivers which continue to impact the beauty and personal care industry in Asia and beyond.

Second Presentation: Global Trends In Anti-Agers

Presentation Date:  November 5, 2014

Presentation Time:  13:00 – 13:45

Presentation Description:  According to Euromonitor International, anti-agers achieved value growth of 4% globally, accounting for US$25 billion in 2013. Asia Pacific is the fastest-growing region, and accounts for more than 40% of anti-agers. Within this region, Vietnam, India and Indonesia are the best performing countries, having all experienced double digit growth in 2013. Key trends in the region include the increasing range of brand choices across all price ranges, as well as the rising trend to use anti-aging products amongst younger consumers. This discussion will focus on how the market has performed over the past five years, and its future outlook.