- The positive unit price growth recorded in the majority of hair care categories during 2014 enabled Uruguayan consumers to absorb unit price increases while purchasing the same volume of products. Shampoos remained the largest hair care category in 2014, led by standard shampoos, a category which continued to perform quite well during 2014. Uruguayan consumers have been using shampoos and conditioners for many years and these products remain among the most popular in hair care.
- L’Oréal remained the leading player in hair care Uruguay during in 2014 with a 30% value share, one percentage point lower than its value share in the category during 2013. Unilever ranked second in hair care during 2014 with a 28% value share, while Algorta SA maintained third position with a 26% value share. Uruguay’s three leading hair care companies all have very wide portfolios and they have each maintained a decades-long presence in Uruguay, which has helped them to engender high levels of consumer trust. Whilst Unilever concentrates on the two largest hair care categories of standard shampoos and conditioners, L’Oréal and Algorta are present in the majority of hair care categories.
- Thanks to the increasingly stressful and unhealthy lifestyles being led by the Uruguayan population, increasing numbers of consumers are being exposed to hair problems such as hair loss and dandruff. In response, many of the leading companies in hair care in Uruguay are developing new products which can help consumers to take better care of their hair and avoid or treat these problems. Moreover, many of Uruguay’s middle-income and high-income households are becoming accustomed to having different hair products for different family members, alternating between standard shampoos and medicated shampoos or hair loss treatments, for example.
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Table of Contents
Hair Care in Uruguay - Category Analysis
- Table 1 Sales of Hair Care by Category: Value 2009-2014
- Table 2 Sales of Hair Care by Category: % Value Growth 2009-2014
- Table 3 Sales of Hair Care by Premium vs Mass: % Value 2009-2014
- Table 4 Sales of Styling Agents by Type: % Value Breakdown 2009-2014
- Table 5 NBO Company Shares of Hair Care: % Value 2010-2014
- Table 6 NBO Company Shares of Salon Hair Care: % Value 2010-2014
- Table 7 LBN Brand Shares of Hair Care: % Value 2011-2014
- Table 8 LBN Brand Shares of Salon Hair Care: % Value 2011-2014
- Table 9 LBN Brand Shares of Premium Hair Care: % Value 2011-2014
- Table 10 Forecast Sales of Hair Care by Category: Value 2014-2019
- Table 11 Forecast Sales of Hair Care by Category: % Value Growth 2014-2019
- Table 12 Forecast Sales of Hair Care by Premium vs Mass: % Value 2014-2019
Hair Care in Uruguay - Company Profiles
Algorta SA in Beauty and Personal Care (Uruguay)
- Summary 1 Algorta SA: Key Facts
- Summary 2 Algorta SA: Private Label Portfolio
Nuvó Cosméticos SA in Beauty and Personal Care (Uruguay)
- Summary 3 Nuvó Cosméticos SA: Key Facts
- Summary 4 Nuvó Cosméticos SA: Competitive Position 2014
Beauty and Personal Care in Uruguay - Industry Context
Growth slows down in beauty and personal care
Exchange rate fluctuations influence sales of imported products
International companies remain as industry leaders
Standard products gain relevance
Slower growth is expected in beauty and personal care during the forecast period
- Table 13 Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: Value 2009-2014
- Table 14 Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value Growth 2009-2014
- Table 15 Sales of Premium Beauty and Personal Care by Category: Value 2009-2014
- Table 16 Sales of Premium Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value Growth 2009-2014
- Table 17 GBO Company Shares of Beauty and Personal Care: % Value 2010-2014
- Table 18 NBO Company Shares of Beauty and Personal Care: % Value 2010-2014
- Table 19 LBN Brand Shares of Beauty and Personal Care: % Value 2011-2014
- Table 20 Distribution of Beauty and Personal Care by Format: % Value 2009-2014
- Table 21 Distribution of Beauty and Personal Care by Format and Category: % Value 2014
- Table 22 Forecast Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: Value 2014-2019
- Table 23 Forecast Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value Growth 2014-2019
- Table 24 Forecast Sales of Premium Beauty and Personal Care by Category: Value 2014-2019
- Table 25 Forecast Sales of Premium Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value Growth 2014-2019
- Summary 5 Research Sources