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Under-Targeted Age Groups of Health and Beauty Market Studied in New Topical Canadean Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

16 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Buying habits of health and beauty products’ consumers undergo considerable changes in the course of life. At present, the market for health and beauty is largely driven by the escalating demand for anti-aging products across the globe given the reaching retirement age by baby boomers. In 2011, the anti-aging products sector registered 6.5 Y-o-Y growth. It is expected to be over USD 290 Billion by 2016. In Brazil, sales of such goods grew by over USD 600 million from 2002 through 2007. Sales of anti-aging products, however, are relatively low in Japan, though the country is amid top skin care markets.

Grooming products for men form one more prospective sector of the health and beauty market, with products experiencing relatively high demand from the male population of all ages. India and Brazil are the most promising country markets as the interest in health and beauty products is set to rise there significantly.

New market research report “New Insights into Under-Targeted Age Groups in Health and Beauty” developed by Canadean provides access to the detailed analysis of under-targeted groups of the health and beauty market. The study provides an all-inclusive overview of the industry and disclosed the key growth markets of the future. The report comprises in-depth discussion of such prominent factors impacting the market as the population aging, demographic dynamics and the recession. Description of age groups to target, profiles of country markets and much more are available in the research study.

Report Details:

New Insights into Under-Targeted Age Groups in Health and Beauty
Published: November, 2012
Pages: 81
Price: US$ 2.950,00

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Canadean page.


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