Albeit recording slower growth than its dynamic performance over the review period, hair loss treatments is predicted to record the fastest retail volume growth over the forecast period within dermatologicals. Sustained stress relating to the lingering impact of the pandemic and the gradual return to busy lifestyles are influencing hair loss issues, while local consumers are increasingly likely to search for over-the-counter remedies to address this sometimes distressing condition that impacts all genders, and increasingly, younger generations.
Leading dermatological brands are attempting to identify strategies that will enable them to effectively attract and communicate with younger consumers, who are increasingly experiencing different skin conditions. In addition to investing in expanding their presence online as e-commerce continues to offer strong growth opportunities, they are also reviewing their marketing strategies.
The increasing variety of OTC dermatologicals has provided consumers with more options for the treatment of skin conditions. However, in terms of the composition, OTC dermatologicals are mainly chemical-based, non-herbal products, while herbal/traditional products comprise just one quarter of value sales.
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