In 2018, sales declined slightly over the previous year. This was linked to the cold summer suffered in 2018; as a result, consumers used less sun protection and hence the category suffered.
Spanish households with children accounted for nearly 40% of the sun care sales in 2018, according to industry sources. This has resulted in most companies focussing on launching products and formats for this consumer target.
The Hawaiian Parliament was the first to approve a law forbidding the commercialisation of products containing oxybenzone and octilmetoxicinamato, two chemicals commonly used in the production of sun care products. This prohibition is linked to the damaging effects that these chemicals are having on coral reefs.
The Spanish competitive landscape remains almost static in terms of ranking on the previous year, with L’Oréal leading the sun care category. The company is active with the brand Garnier Delial Ambre Solaire.
The second most important company in sun care was the local player ISDIN. The company is a joint venture between two well-known local players: Puig and Laboratorios Dr Esteve.
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