While dermatologicals enjoys participation from both local and international brands, products that are manufactured domestically tend to have an advantage in terms of cost and often appeal more to the consumer because they are more familiar or recognisable. The Dominican Republic is home to many laboratories, and brands by local companies, including Orbis and Acromax Dominicana, are present in a number of dermatological categories.
Consumer demand for dermatologicals is expected to expand over the forecast period, bolstered by retail sales in antifungals. A more informed consumer has emerged since the height of the pandemic who is interested in treating skin-related issues in a prompt and effective manner.
As generic options continue to expand throughout a variety of consumer health categories in the country, it is expected that they will also experience greater penetration levels in dermatologicals in the years to come, especially in antifungals. Generics are already available throughout a broad distribution network in the country, but new products are also emerging.
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