With more brands than ever declaring themselves natural or clean, the natural beauty movement is expected to continue its strong growth. As we begin research on the new Natural Personal Care Global Series: Market Analysis and Opportunities, we take a look at rising trends in the market, such as the ever-growing confusion surrounding what makes a product clean or natural. With market coverage spanning across new regions, such as Asia, Europe, and Latin America, we take a deep dive into the key trendsetters, brands, and market-movers and use our proprietary rating system for the assessment of the naturalness of these brands and their rating on our new and improved rating scale.Continue reading
Last Friday, Nordstrom expanded its footprint in the Big Apple, debuting a flagship location with emphasis on products from emerging designers and exclusive, limited-time collaborations. The seven-level store, located at 57th& Broadway, is the retailer’s latest effort to offer a thoughtfully curated assortment of products spanning apparel, shoes, and beauty. The space is immersed in botanical décor and touch-screen kiosks to help shoppers navigate between floors, creating a museum-like experience.
While the new store features a retro sneaker boutique in partnership with Nike, several restaurants, and a stylist lounge, it is clear that the retailer is betting big on beauty, despite stalled growth of these products through department stores in recent years, as indicated in Kline’s Cosmetics & Toiletries USA report.Continue reading
Buzz around the “it” ingredient of 2018 continues into 2019, as negative perception continues to dwindle. Cannabis has taken over the wellness trend in all categories, including food and beverages, supplements, and personal care products. Our upcoming Cannabis Beauty: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities report dives deep into the regulatory status and key trends and product launches with the ingredient. The report breaks down the market by product category and competitor landscape while painting a detailed picture of the retail landscape.Continue reading
The market for naturally positioned personal care products grows at a rapid pace of about 10% in 2018. It is primarily driven by ingredient trends, product efficacy, and brand ethics.
Skin care products make up the largest product category in the market, as the naturals movement in beauty is largely tied to wellness. One of the drivers of growth in skin care is the use of cannabis. Some of the new brands entering the market that focus on the inclusion of cannabis in facial skin care include High Five and Cannuka. Existing brands also launch cannabis-infused skin care products, such as Herbivore’s Emerald Cannabis Sativa Hemp Seed Deep Moisture Glow Oil.Continue reading
As consumers continue to show interest in cannabis products, mass retailers are embracing the products on a limited basis. CVS Pharmacy announced in March 2019 an agreement to sell Curaleaf topical CBD products in 800 of its stores across 10 states, including Alabama, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, and Tennessee. Walgreens also announced at the end of March it will sell CBD products in cream, patch, and spray forms in 1,500 of its stores in Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vermont, South Carolina, Illinois, and Indiana.Continue reading
No longer a niche segment, natural personal care products continue to increase their share in the overall beauty landscape. Cannabis-infused beauty products are also on the rise, with marketers rapidly incorporating cannabis into their product offerings. We will tackle these trending topics in a complimentary webinar taking place on March 13 at 10:00 AM EST. Continue reading
As we are in the process of conducting the research for our soon-to-be-published flagship Cosmetics & Toiletries USA report, we’re sharing a few insights that came to light so far in an interview with the report’s research team.
What continuing trends are we noticing this year?
Some of the major trends that continue to impact the beauty market are clean and sustainable beauty. The ingredient of the year is cannabis, which grows more popular with increased legalization in the United States. Meanwhile, investments, mergers, and acquisitions continue into 2018 and beyond as companies look to take advantage of new, trendy indie brands in the marketplace.Continue reading