With fears of a recession and inflation at a high, dispensing physicians are becoming more thoughtful with their orders on professional skin care stock. The U.S. physician-dispensed skin care channel registered record-high sales growth of 26% last year, according to our Professional Skin Care Global Series report. However, most professional skin care marketers are expecting growth in 2022 to be about one-half of the growth last year.
The total market for rodenticide products in the U.S. is estimated at over $400 million, according to our latest research, with the consumer market growing more than 10% over the past few years and the professional market increasing by approximately 5%. The overall figure is based on early estimates of sales in the consumer, professional pest management, agriculture, and urban centers segments at the manufacturers level.
After a 2021 edition that was still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, CPhI came back strong last week in Frankfurt, Germany, drawing more than 10,000 participants from the pharmaceutical industry and close to 200 exhibitors.
Lubricants consumption in ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN) is on the upswing after the region found its way to the path of economic recovery last year.
Nearly 40% of pest management professionals (PMPs) have increased the usage of pesticide and insecticide products in the past year, according to extensive structured surveys used to compile our upcoming Professional Pest Management Markets for Pesticides report.
Southeast Asia’s excipients market is expected to grow at a rapid pace, according to our latest research.
Physicians including dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and medical spas continue to be the heartbeat of the medical dispensing skin care channel. According to Kline’s recently published Physician-Dispensed Skin Care: Perception and Satisfaction Survey, all key aesthetic physician types were very or extremely satisfied with their leading skin care suppliers, such as ZO Skin Health and PCA Skin, as they rated these with high performance scores on all key attributes, including training and education and product portfolios.
After two years of being presented in a virtual format, the SEPAWA Congress returned live in Berlin last week, offering experts in the home care, personal care, and fragrance industries a vast networking platform, numerous conferences, and an exhibition area that featured more than 300 companies presenting their latest products, trends, and insights.
While biopesticides remained the core focus for many attendees at ABIM, biostimulants drew increasing interest among biological suppliers.