A Research Report on the Lucrative Cosmetics Industry.
DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c65748) has announced the addition of "Analyzing the Cosmetics Industry in Canada" to their offering.
The beauty and cosmetic industry, also known as the "beauty economy", has become the fourth consumption zone hit after real estate, cars and tourism in Canada Canada, as a rich Western country, has both a large domestic and foreign tourist industry. Canada is known for its large, majestic landscapes and several record-holding landmarks. , as Canadians seek a higher standard of living.
Cosmetics are as defined as "any substance or mixture of substances manufactured, sold or represented for use in cleansing, improving or altering the complexion complexion /com·plex·ion/ (kom-plek´shun) the color and appearance of the skin of the face.
The natural color, texture, and appearance of the skin, especially of the face. , skin, hair or teeth and includes deodorants and perfumes Famous perfumes classified by year of creation
Year Name Company Perfumer
1709 Eau de Cologne Johann Maria Farina Johann Maria Farina (1685-1766)
1798 Eau Vivifiante Parfum Lubin Pierre François Lubin
1872 Hammam Bouquet ." These products include beauty preparations such as make-up and skin cream as well as grooming Combining, consolidating and segregating network traffic using devices such as digital cross-connects, add/drop multiplexers and SONET switches. Grooming is a telephone term that typically refers to managing high-capacity lines between central offices, carriers, ISPs and very large aids such as shampoo shampoo
a cleaning agent, usually liquid, for hair; usually consists of a detergent and perfume. Some, usually referred to as medicated shampoos, contain therapeutic substances such as parasiticides, antimicrobials, ketatolytic agents, and antiseborrheic compounds such as selenium and deodorant deodorant /de·odor·ant/ (de-o´der-int)
1. masking offensive odors.
2. an agent that so acts.
n. . However, it does not include personal care products that are regulated as drug or natural health care products.
There are approximately 3,700 cosmetics companies in Canada, most of which were small and medium-sized ones, producing more than 20,000 kinds of cosmetic products. And the number of beauty parlours has increased to 1.54 million.
We present a research report on this lucrative industry - Analyzing the Cosmetics Industry in Canada. The report consists of the very important framework of Porter's Five Forces Strategy Analysis, along with a complete market profile of Canada's cosmetics industry. Market statistics, growth prospects, future trends, present market drivers, and much more in-depth information is contained in this comprehensive report.
- Understanding the Industry
- Industry Definition
- Industry Segmentation
- Hair Care Products
- Make-up & Color Cosmetics
- Oral Hygiene Oral Hygiene Definition
Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth clean and healthy by brushing and flossing to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Products
- Perfumes & Fragrances
- Personal Care
- Skin Care Products
- Market Synopsis A summary; a brief statement, less than the whole.
A synopsis is a condensation of something—for example, a synopsis of a trial record.
- Market Profile
- Influences on the Market
- Challenges facing the Industry
- Porter's Five Forces Strategy Analysis
- Bargaining Power of Buyers
- Bargaining Power of Suppliers
- Competitive Rivalry in the Industry
- Threat of New Entrants
- Threat of Substitutes
- Leading Industry Contributors
- L'Oreal Canada
- P&G Inc.
- Revlon Canada Inc
- Canadian Cosmetics Industry: Future Perspective
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