57 reports

Efforts to educate, and customise incontinence products and care are necessary for the AFH channel.

  • Baby Products
  • United States
  • Forecast
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation
  • Procter & Gamble Company

Light incontinence products still have to be purchased in retail.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Austria
  • Forecast
  • Procter & Gamble Company

This is expected to continue working in favour of retail adult incontinence products, which will represent the most valid alternative to Rx/ reimbursement adult incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Switzerland
  • Forecast
  • Procter & Gamble Company

Beauty and personal care is one of the key focus areas of the discounts and sanitary protection is always included.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Hungary
  • Forecast

Suppliers constructed prominent attractive displays promoting better prices, larger packs or buy-one-get-one-free campaigns.

  • Baby Products
  • Household Products
  • Azerbaijan
  • Forecast
  • Qafqaz Paper Industry Co

All these figures clearly point to the potential of adult incontinence products in Indonesia.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Indonesia
  • Forecast

Regulations Change With Regard To Adult Incontinence Reimbursement Since 2015, changes have been made to the regulation of reimbursement of incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Israel
  • Forecast
  • Clark Corporation
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation

This therefore supports the sale of retail incontinence products due to a lack of caring time from their children as well as the convenience of disposable incontinence products themselves.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Thailand
  • Forecast

Incontinence products are used mainly by older people, and this age group is getting acquainted with ordering incontinence products online.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Demand
  • Forecast

Afh Adult Incontinence Remains A Negligible Category In 2018, adult incontinence products were not covered by any public or private insurance policies in Bolivia.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Bolivia
  • Forecast
  • Kimberly Bolivia SA

The company remains one of the most frequently chosen providers of AFH hygiene products by hospitals and other care facilities.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Germany
  • Forecast
  • Procter & Gamble Company

Until 2018, only moderate/ heavy adult incontinence products had significant sales in Nigeria as most consumers purchase incontinence products because they have no choice.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Nigeria
  • Forecast
  • Wemy Industries Ltd

As Malaysians in general have high levels of feminine hygiene understanding, this should serve as a solid platform for manufacturers to build brand awareness for light adult incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Forecast
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Up until recently, there was a shadow of embarrassment surrounding the use of adult incontinence that made users reluctant to buy incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Egypt
  • Forecast

Much of this trend stems from the evolution of sanitary towels that often help to introduce women suffering from light incontinence to the relevant incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Argentina
  • Forecast
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Retail adult incontinence products became more accessible, with wider availability across distribution channels, in 2018.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Kazakhstan
  • Forecast

These factors drove growth in incontinence, which, together with the declining stigma associated with incontinence, contributed to the purchase of specific incontinence products in the early stages.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Portugal
  • Forecast

One of the more notable developments in retail adult incontinence during the review period was local niche player Confitex launching incontinence lingerie in 2015.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • New Zealand
  • Forecast
  • Asaleo Care Limited

The leading brands also offer a wide variety of adult incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Belarus
  • Forecast

This trend is also allowing manufacturers of adult incontinence products to reach new customers who were not using incontinence products or were using the wrong kind of product due to a lack of education.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • United Kingdom
  • Forecast

According to trade sources, adult incontinence products has become quite an important segment in hospital pharmacies.

  • Baby Products
  • Household Products
  • Colombia
  • Forecast
  • Productos Familia S.A.

Moderate/ heavy Adult Incontinence Products Used More Frequently Moderate/ heavy incontinence products continue to enjoy the most support amongst consumers who use retail adult incontinence products, possibly due to the improved absorbenc

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • South Africa
  • Forecast

Incontinence products can be prescribed for a maximum usage of three months.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Czech Republic
  • Forecast

One area of concern is deteriorating health, which brings about higher demand for hygiene products such as adult incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Singapore
  • Forecast
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Economising Continues, Limiting the Growth of Retail Adult Incontinence led to the need for incontinence products on-the-go.

  • Baby Products
  • Home Goods
  • Macedonia
  • Forecast
  • Procter & Gamble Company

Adult incontinence products can be obtained with a doctor' s prescription, and these are predominantly issued for those patients requiring moderate/ heavy adult incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Slovenia
  • Forecast

Private label increased its presence in retail adult incontinence products in 2018.

  • Baby Products
  • Australia
  • Forecast
  • Asaleo Care Limited
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation

This player has a wide range of adult incontinence products specific to both men and women, and also for different levels of incontinence.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Estonia
  • Forecast

Visibility on retailers' shelves for light incontinence products leads to stronger brand recognition when visiting a pharmacy for medium/ heavy incontinence products.

  • Baby Products
  • Retail
  • Tissue Product
  • Norway
  • Forecast

Near the top, Essity is also gaining ground on the top two Passport ## players, as it sees its adult incontinence products become a consumer and retailer favourite, driving a large part of its growth.

  • Baby Hygiene
  • Baby Products
  • United Kingdom
  • Forecast
  • Procter & Gamble Company