The use of dermatological remedies is generally given as a last resort in Bolivia with purchases of these products largely made reactively after the appearance of a specific discomfort. This behaviour is not expected to change in the coming years and for that reason the category is largely expected to grow organically in the coming years.
Bolivia has one of the highest birth rates in South America, which will sustain growth in baby and children's products such as diaper rash treatments. A study by the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluations (IHME) of the University of Washington predicts Bolivia as one of the countries in Latin America with the highest projected population growth in the coming decades.
Younger generations of Bolivians are showing a greater willingness to treat athlete's foot with specifically designed pharmaceuticals, unlike previous generations who prefer to use herbal home remedies or vinegar-based preparations. In recent years brands such as Dr.
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