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Beauty and Personal Care

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Over half of US sunscreen users (54%) say they are applying sunscreen more often than a year ago.   Sunscreen use to prevent aging and cancer is up 20%+ compared to 2021. 84% of US Black sunscreen users wish there were more product options made specifically for their skin tones. Sunscreen…
The use of vitamins, minerals, and dietary supplements (VMS) among Americans is on the rise. According to new research from Mintel, among the 78% of Americans who are vitamin* users, a third (34%) have increased their usage since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, including nearly half (47%) of Millennials.
Indian men are becoming experimental with skincare. New research from Mintel reveals that about 3 in 10 (30%) men are interested in adding more facial skincare products to their regimen compared to 26% of women. This number increases to 35% of men aged 25-34.
Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency, recently attended Cosme Week 2023 where Ruyi Xu, SVP of Insights, APAC at Mintel , was invited to discuss Mintel’s latest research and insights  on China’s beauty market. The day-one session explored opportunities for brands in the skincare market, including recommendations for brands…
Mintel, the experts in what consumers want and why, has today (15 Nov. 2023) announced three key consumer trends set to impact the global beauty and personal care industry in 2023, with implications over the next 5+ years: Beauty Rx: The medicalisation of beauty is leading to…
Mintel, the experts in what consumers want and why, has today released the new edition of APAC Beauty and Personal Landscape, which looks at the latest consumer trends and market developments in the region’s beauty industry over the past 12 months and beyond. A key driver…
Thailand’s young consumers are reshaping the beauty industry with demands for diversity, purpose, and ethics, but there’s a growing generational divide, according to Mintel’s latest research on Thai Beauty Personas*. Mintel’s research identifies five key personas impacting Thailand’s beauty market’s evolution. As global…
Mintel’s latest research on Digital Route to Market for Beauty 2022 reveals the evolving role of social media and online purchasing channels for beauty products, and as the cost of living increases, brands should focus on authenticity and convenience to maintain consumer loyalty. Mintel’s research* identifies the…
26% of Brazilian men aged 25-34 define clean beauty as “science-backed,” and 29% are willing to spend more on beauty and personal care products developed by scientists/researchers. 78% of Brazilians aged 45-64 have stopped using a product due to an ingredient safety concern.
The pandemic has changed consumers’ way of life, and the importance of ethics and the changing role of identity and technology are set to greatly influence the future of the beauty industry according to global market intelligence firm, Mintel.  Over the next two years: Ethics and sustainability will…
While the beauty industry has made strides to become more inclusive, there is still room for improvement. According to the latest research from Mintel, almost one in five (17%) US consumers feel left out of beauty advertisements, rising to a quarter (25%) of Gen Z consumers*.
The consumer view of the fitness landscape has been permanently altered due to the extended length of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the pandemic forced millions of Americans to work out at home, the latest research from Mintel reveals that consumers are missing the personal connection that a…