8 reports

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Latvia

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Social and economic factors favoured nappies/diapers/pants’ performance in 2016. Improving purchasing power allowed a higher number of Latvians to consider quality over price. This also contributed to the development of eco-friendly products. A marginal improvement in the birth rate allowed the category to avoid the negative impact of the...

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Mar 2017

Depilatories in Latvia

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Latvian women are expected to take care of their appearance and looking good includes a depilated body. Maintaining a hairless body on a regular basis requires the constant use of depilatories. The usage of depilatories has grown in Latvia due to higher disposable incomes, with women attributing a higher share of their income on body care. Euromonitor...

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Apr 2016

Sun Care in Latvia

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sun care is a very weather-sensitive category. A warm and sunny summer encourages people to purchase sun care products. A cloudy summer in 2015 reduced sun hours, which hampered sun care sales. While the summer was cloudier than usual, people are constantly being educated about the harmful effects of light beams that can cause skin problems...

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Apr 2016

Skin Care in Latvia

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Skin care products with essential oils witnessed increasing attention from Latvian consumers, supported by new product launches. Moreover, as disposable incomes increased, consumers could afford to spend more on beauty products; therefore, anti-agers and firming/anti-cellulite products received greater interest from women in Latvia. Euromonitor...

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Apr 2016

Baby and Child-Specific Products in Latvia

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growth in sales of baby and child-specific products was mainly driven by higher consumer purchasing power, which encouraged purchases of more sophisticated goods. As consumers become more aware of the potential health risks of using products that contain chemicals, they are especially concerned about the ingredients of baby and child-specific...

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Apr 2016

Colour Cosmetics in Latvia

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Colour cosmetics saw increased interest from women looking for new products and the most effective products. Latvian consumers have shown the willingness to pay higher prices for better quality products as disposable incomes increased in Latvia in 2015. Amongst the most important features demanded by consumers were ecological ingredients,...

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Apr 2016

Sets/Kits in Latvia

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Healthy purchasing power and busier lifestyles fuelled growth in sets/kits in 2014. Higher disposable incomes encouraged more Latvians to organise and take part in different festivities and thus boosted demand for presents for different occasions. Rising sales within the premium-price range also contributed to category growth as giving cheap...

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May 2015

Cotton Wool/Buds/Pads in Latvia

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cotton wool/buds/pads products are usually classified as complementary goods, meaning that used alone, except for buds, they provide no benefits to the user. They are often used together with beauty and personal care products. As demand for beauty and personal care products increased significantly in 2014, cotton wool/buds/pads also increased....

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Mar 2015