Hand in Hand, an independent beauty brand that’s been on the rise in recent years, enjoyed outstanding success in 2020. It saw 1000% growth throughout the COVID-19 pandemic after launching and promoting its collection of liquid hand soaps and hand sanitizers, which resonated with consumers seeking these essential items. The products are packaged in aluminum, appealing to the growing number of consumers looking for sustainable products and brands that aim to reduce their environmental impact. For additional brand insights, follow our Natural and Clean Beauty Global Series report.
“Clean”, “Natural”, or “Green” are some terms used for the rapidly expanding movement in beauty and personal care, becoming a force to be reckoned with for the brands and retailers alike. In 2017, the natural personal care market records over 8% growth, with some categories outperforming the conventional market by more than three times. What is behind this robust growth? Our Natural Personal Care aims to take a closer look at the United States and Japan markets, with robust analysis and a deep dive into trends, brands, product categories, and outlook for the next five years.
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Moving away from a niche positioning, “clean” and “green” beauty products become mainstream amid lifestyle changes towards wellness and overall health, recording nearly 9% growth in the United States in 2017, more than double the growth of the conventional U.S. cosmetics and toiletries market. With the recent publication of the U.S. volume of our latest report Natural Personal Care Global Series, our experts answer key questions about the market’s developments.Continue reading
Nature-inspired products, social influencers, technology, indie brands, millennials, and the rise of gen z are key trends shaping the U.S. cosmetics and toiletries market today. Recording solid growth of 3% in 2016, the ever-evolving beauty market is poised for another year of success.
As we begin our research for the 43rd edition of Kline’s Cosmetics & Toiletries USA report, encompassing five product classes and 17 product categories, we take note of important developments and highlights.Continue reading