Germany natural skin care products offer benefits such as decreased risk of allergies and skin irritation, as they are free of chemicals, which acts as a major driver of the German natural skincare market. Moreover, they are produced from ingredients that are naturally extracted from plants and other vegetables, thus containing essential oils, natural vegetable oils, and vitamins, which improve the skin texture.
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Germany has one of the most rapidly ageing population in the world, hence, the key focus of natural skincare manufacturers is on active ageing. Thus, upsurge in demand for natural anti-ageing skincare products in Germany is a key factor that boosts the growth of the market. Furthermore, increase in awareness among consumers about the benefits of natural skincare products over synthetic products fuels the market growth. However, high cost of natural skincare products in Germany hinders the growth of the market. On the contrary, rise in interest of the German population toward products with vegan formulations is anticipated to offer remunerative opportunities for market expansion during the forecast period.
- L’Oreal S.A.
- Beiersdorf AG
- Procter & Gamble
- Unilever Plc.
- Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
- Riverderm AG
- Skinceuticals Inc.
- Avon Products Inc.
- Kao Corporation
- The Body Shop International Plc.
The Germany natural skincare market is segmented into type, gender, and mode of sale. Depending on type, the market is divided into facial care and body care. By gender, it is classified into male and female. On the basis of mode of sale, it is segregated into online and retail.
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