Demand for Male Toiletries Gains Traction, Says MarketLine in Its Cutting-edge Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com11 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As of the past year, the value of the world’s market for male toiletries stood at approximately USD 18.39 billion. The market registered growth at a CAGR of about 0.5% from 2011 till 2015. During the same period, the market consumption volume registered a 4% CAGR, and in 2015 the overall consumption volume of male toiletries exceeded 4 billion kilograms.
The global male toiletries market is likely to gain traction in the coming years, driven by the rising number of product offerings coupled with the constantly rising demand. Moreover, men are becoming more and more sophisticated in their grooming habits. Today, male population tend to choose male specific personal care products rather than give preference to unisex products.
Cutting-edge topical research publication “Male Toiletries Global Industry Almanac_2016” prepared by MarketLine delves deep into the present situation in the world’s male toiletries market, providing reliable qualitative and quantitative information on the market performance, shares and size for 2011-2015. This report identifies the key market growth driving and limiting forces, explores the major segments and reviews the leading players in the global male toiletries market. The competitive environment together with competitive attractiveness of the global male toiletries market is discussed here. Moreover, future market growth prospects and projections through 2020 are at hand in this comprehensive research publication.
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