Indian Herbal Cosmetic Market to Grow at Fast Pace, Predicts RNCOS in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com25 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In India, the herbal cosmetic industry has been showcasing swifter growth over the recent years. This trend is partially a result of coming of new players, both local and international ones. Some of players currently leading the race comprise: VLCC, Ayur Herbals, Lotus Herbals and Forest Essentials, etc. Product launches are one more important driver.
Such cosmetics is currently gaining high acceptance thanks to changes occurring in consumers’ lifestyles and rising awareness these product offer to consumers, to name a few.
The Indian marketplace is set to demonstrate a CAGR of more than 18.8% in the upcoming years. It will touch the INR 316 billion mark in 2021-end.
In-demand research report “Indian Herbal Cosmetic Market Outlook 2022” drawn up by RNCOS E-Services Pvt. Ltd. provides a comprehensive analysis of the Indian herbal cosmetic market. The study offers a bird’s eye view of this quickly growing marketplace.
It proceeds with a deep insight into developments as well as trends of this market. The report throws light on factors that favor growth of the Indian marketplace. The research study focuses on performance of segment of the Indian market.
It investigates the trade scenario and explores consumer behavior. The research report concentrates on distribution channels. The study also looks at the local regulatory environment and limelights challenges of this industry.
It not only projects future developments of this market space, but also profiles companies that currently dominating this space.
- all-round overview of this lucrative marketplace;
- insights into factors that impact it;
- details on the regulatory landscape;
- discussion of the competitive environment;
- future outlook;
- and more.
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