6 reports

Deodorants in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sales of deodorants in Algeria continue to benefit from the more regular use of these products, especially during the hot summer months. Moreover, deodorants are increasingly being used by low-income consumer groups, not only antiperspirants, but also often as substitutes to fragrances for everyday use. The penetration of these products tends...

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May 2016

Colour Cosmetics in Algeria

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Colour cosmetics is witnessing very fast growth in Algeria and this can be explained by the fact that demand for these products is far from reaching maturity in Algeria and the category therefore maintains substantial growth potential in Algeria in comparison with neighbouring countries such as Morocco and Tunisia. Indeed, Algeria had annual...

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May 2016

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Algeria

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Nappies/diapers/pants is benefiting from a shift away from traditional cloth alternatives, with this shift being encouraged by a number of trends in Algeria. With improvements in the quality of life, greater product penetration is evident, especially amongst urban parents. The review period notably saw busier lifestyles and a rise in the participation...

800 912 600
Mar 2016

Wipes in Algeria

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Convenience remained a major trend in 2015, with consumers working longer hours and leading more hectic lifestyles. Thus, wipes benefited from a shift towards more modern baby care practices in Algeria during the review period, with parents becoming increasingly focused on hygiene and convenience. Urbanisation also encouraged this trend, resulting...

800 912 600
Mar 2016

Tissue and Hygiene in Algeria

49 pages • By Euromonitor International

Tissue and hygiene saw strong growth in all categories in 2015. The growing population, increasing consumer awareness, a focus on hygiene, and lifestyle changes due to urbanisation boosted demand in Algeria. Moreover, an increasing number of women joined the workforce, and therefore became economically independent, which drove them to demand...

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Mar 2016

Cotton Wool/Buds/Pads in Algeria

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cotton wool/buds/pads benefited from rising disposable income levels and an expanding mid-income group during the review period, enabling more consumers to afford these products. Growth was also supported by urbanisation, with this trend not only offering consumers easy to access to a range of cotton wool/buds/pads but also encouraging a stronger...

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Mar 2015