Thailand’s ageing population should positively impact demand for dermatologicals with elderly consumers being more likely to suffer skin-related problems such as eczema, skin infections, skin texture changes, blistering disorders. Furthermore, with the outbreak of monkey pox and lingering concerns about COVID-19 there is likely to be an ongoing hygiene trend with many people likely to be keen to keep their hands sanitised.
Antipruritics and topical germicidals/antiseptics are expected to be two of the most dynamic categories in value terms over the forecast period (at constant 2022 prices), whilst antipruritics is also expected to remain the largest dermatologicals category. Demand is likely to be supported by the growing popularity of sports, exercise and adventurous pursuits, especially amongst the younger generations.
There is a blurring boundary between consumer health and beauty and personal care when it comes to skin health. There are a growing variety of dermatological skin care products appearing in the market which are helping to prevent and treat some skin conditions and this could potentially limit demand for some consumer health products.
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