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Examine the US Cosmetic and Toiletry Chemicals Market

London, UK | Posted on August 5th, 2008

US demand to rise 5.7% annually through 2012

Demand for cosmetic and toiletry chemicals in the US is forecast to rise 5.7 percent per year to $8.6 billion in 2012. Growth will be aided by several factors including favorable population (agerelated and ethnicity) and consumer (e.g., anti-aging focus and greater use of organic or natural products) trends. As a result of these factors, active and plantderived ingredients will benefit the most.

Growth in demand for active ingredients, such as enzymes, amino acids and peptides, will be propelled by continued gains in cosmeceutical skin care products and high value additives such as nanoscale ingredients. Natural products, such as botanical extracts, proteins, and natural fats and oils, are expected to achieve favorable growth opportunities, as their incorporation in various formulated products continues to increase. Traditional cosmetic and toiletry chemicals, such as refined petroleum products and commodity surfactants, will experience limited gains, primarily due to the popularity of water-based formulations in skin and hair care products, consumers seeking products containing natural ingredients, and a trend away from harsh chemicals. Chemical volume is projected to record gains of 3.3 percent annually through 2012.

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INTRODUCTION
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT
General
Macroeconomic Outlook
Consumer Spending Patterns
Demographic Trends
Retail Sales
Manufacturers' Shipments
Cosmetic & Toiletry Industry Overview
Anti-Aging Products
Cosmeceuticals
Ethnic Products
Men's Grooming
Organic & Natural Products
Other
Technology Trends
Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials
Other Technology
Environmental & Regulatory Issues
Pricing & Product Mix
Historical Market Trends
International Activity & Foreign Trade
III. PRODUCTS
General
Surfactants
Aroma Chemicals & Blends
Fat-Based Products
Oleochemicals


Fatty Acids
Glycerine
Other

Fats & Oils
Natural Products
Botanical Extracts


Essential Oils
Aloe Vera
Enzymes & Plant Acids
Plant Acids
Enzymes
Other
Colorants
All Other

Proteins
Sorbitol
Other Natural Products
Polymers
Silicones
Polyethylene Glycol
Other Polymers
Alcohols
Ethyl Alcohol
Propylene Glycol & Related
Isopropyl & Other Alcohols
Inorganic Chemicals
Silicas & Silicates
Inorganic Pigments


Titanium Dioxide & Other Classical
Specialty Inorganic

Other Inorganic Chemicals
Refined Petroleum Products
Mineral Oil
Petrolatum & Other
Biocides
Organic Acids
Organosulfurs
Phenolic Compounds
Other Biocides
Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals
IV. FUNCTIONS
General
Cleansing Agents & Foamers
Specialty Additives
Active Ingredients


Skin Care Products
Hydroxy Acids
Sunscreens
Other Actives
Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Products

Conditioning Agents
Preservatives
Colorants
Other Specialty Additives
Emollients & Moisturizers
Fragrances & Flavors
Processing Aids
Emulsifiers & Solubilizers
Propellants
Viscosity Control Agents
Solvents & Vehicles
Other
V. MARKET SEGMENTS
General
Skin Care Products
Skin Care Products Overview
Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand
Hair Care Products
Hair Care Products Overview
Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand
Personal Soaps & Body Washes
Personal Soaps & Body Washes Product Overview
Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand
Perfumes
Perfume Product Overview
Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand
Oral Hygiene Products
Oral Hygiene Products Overview
Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand
Toothpaste
Mouthwash & Other Oral Hygiene Products
Cosmetics
Cosmetics Product Overview
Cosmetic Chemical Demand
Other Market Segments
Other Toiletry Product Overview
Toiletry Chemical Demand
VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Market Share
Dow Chemical
Givaudan
Procter & Gamble
BASF
Other Significant Players
Industry Restructuring
Competitive Strategies
Product Differentiation
Market Segmentation
Research & Development
Cooperative Agreements
Marketing
Distribution
Company Profiles
Active Organics Incorporated
Akzo Nobel NV
Amerchol Corporation, see Dow Chemical Company
Applied Genetics Incorporated Dermatics
BASF SE
Chemtura Corporation
Ciba Specialty Chemicals Holding Incorporated
Clariant International Limited
Cognis Deutschland GmbH & Company KG
CP Kelco ApS, see Huber (JM) Corporation
Croda International plc
Dow Chemical Company
Dow Corning Corporation
Eastman Chemical Company
Evonik Industries AG
Firmenich SA
FMC Corporation
Frutarom Industries Limited, see ICC Industries
Givaudan SA
Haltermann Products, see Dow Chemical Company
Hercules Incorporated
Huber (JM) Corporation
ICC Industries Incorporated
International Flavors & Fragrances Incorporated
International Specialty Products Incorporated
Laboratoires Serobiologiques, see Cognis Deutshcland GmbH & Company
LANXESS AG
Lonza Group Limited
Lubrizol Corporation
National Starch and Chemical Company, see Akzo Nobel
Noveon Incorporated, see Lubrizol Corporation
Novozymes A/S
Procter & Gamble Company
Evonik Industries AG
Quest International Fragrances USA Incorporated, see Givaudan SA
Rhodia SA
Rohm and Haas Company
Royal DSM NV
Royal Dutch Shell plc
Sonneborn LLC
Stepan Company
Symrise AG
Terry Laboratories Incorporated
United-Guardian Incorporated
Uniqema, see Croda International plc
Other Companies Mentioned in the Study
LIST OF TABLES
SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Macroeconomic Indicators
2 Personal Consumption Expenditures
3 Population & Households
4 Retail Sales
5 Manufacturers' Shipments
6 Cosmetic & Toiletry Supply & Demand
7 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Pricing
8 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Market, 1997-2007
SECTION III -- PRODUCTS
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand by Type
2 Surfactants Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
3 Aroma Chemicals & Blends Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
4 Fat-Based Products Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
5 Oleochemicals Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
6 Fatty Acids Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
7 Glycerine Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
8 Other Oleochemicals Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
9 Fats & Oils Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
10 Natural Products Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
11 Botanical Extracts Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
12 Essential Oils Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
13 Aloe Vera Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
14 Enzymes & Plant Acids Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
15 Other Botanical Extracts Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
16 Proteins Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
17 Sorbitol Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
18 Other Natural Products Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
19 Polymers Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
20 Silicones Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
21 Polyethylene Glycol Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
22 Other Polymers Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
23 Alcohols Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
24 Ethyl Alcohol Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
25 Propylene Glycol Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
26 Isopropyl & Other Alcohols Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
27 Inorganic Chemicals Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
28 Silicas & Silicates Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
29 Inorganic Pigments Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
30 Other Inorganic Chemicals Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
31 Refined Petroleum Products Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
32 Mineral Oil Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
33 Petrolatum & Other Refined Petroleum Products Demand in Cosmetics &
Toiletries
34 Biocides Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
35 Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand
SECTION IV -- FUNCTIONS
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand by Function
2 Cleansing Agents & Foamers Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
3 Specialty Additives Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
4 Active Ingredients Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
5 Conditioning Agents Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
6 Preservative Demand in Cosmetic & Toiletries
7 Colorants Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
8 Other Specialty Additives Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
9 Emollients & Moisturizers Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
10 Fragrances & Flavors Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
11 Processing Aids Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
12 Emulsifiers & Solubilizers Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
13 Propellants Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
14 Viscosity Control Agents Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
15 Solvents & Vehicles Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
16 Other Processing Aids Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries
SECTION V -- MARKET SEGMENTS
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand by Market
2 Skin Care Product Shipments
3 Skin Care Product Chemicals Demand
4 Hair Care Product Shipments
5 Hair Care Product Chemicals Demand
6 Personal Soap & Body Wash Shipments
7 Personal Soap & Body Wash Chemicals Demand
8 Perfume Product Shipments
9 Perfume Product Chemicals Demand
10 Oral Hygiene Product Shipments
11 Oral Hygiene Product Chemicals Demand
12 Cosmetics Shipments
13 Cosmetics Chemicals Demand
14 Other Toiletry Product Shipments
15 Other Toiletry Product Chemicals Demand
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Sales by Company, 2007
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
3 R&D Spending Patterns: Selected Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Suppliers
4 Selected Cooperative Agreements
LIST OF CHARTS
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Market, 1997-2007
SECTION III -- PRODUCTS
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand by Type, 2007
2 Oleochemicals Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2007
3 Natural Products Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2007
SECTION IV -- FUNCTIONS
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand by Function, 2007
2 Specialty Additives Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2007
SECTION V -- MARKET SEGMENTS
1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Demand by Market, 2007
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Market Share by Company, 2007


More Details

Several market segments poised for rapid growth

There are a handful of segments in the cosmetic and toiletry industry that are poised to achieve rapid growth through 2012, including organic and natural products, male grooming products, ethnic products, anti-aging products and products for 50+ individuals. Once a niche segment, only found for sale in health stores or on the Internet, organic and natural cosmetics and toiletries have hit mainstream America with a variety of products now found on the shelves of mass merchandisers. Increased concerns over individual health (i.e., potential cancer risks in humans associated with various chemicals traditionally used in the production of finished cosmetic and toiletry products), as well as concern for chemicals' unintended effects on the surrounding environment, is driving growth in the organic and natural cosmetic and toiletry segment. As such, requirements for naturally-derived and certified organic ingredients will increase through the forecast period. For men, products such as specialized facial cleansers and skin care items, higher value shaving products and hair care preparations will continue to emerge, providing opportunities for many ingredients, including moisturizing additives. The growing Hispanic population in the US is prompting cosmetic and toiletry formulators to provide items specifically designed to meet their needs. Chemicals such as conditioning and moisturizing agents will likely benefit from growth in ethnic products. The country's obsession with youth will continue to drive introductions for anti-aging products using active ingredients designed to enhance a person's appearance by reducing wrinkles, preventing wrinkles, firming skin or lightening age spots. As more babyboomers move past the 50 year old mark, the emergence of hair care, cosmetics and skin care specifically formulated for gray hair and aging skin will emerge. Growth in this segment will bode well for active ingredients, delivery systems, conditioning agents and moisturizing agents.

Study coverage

This new Freedonia industry study, Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals, is priced at $4700. It presents historical demand data for the years 1997, 2002 and 2007 and forecasts for 2012 and 2017 by product, function and market. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles industry competitors.

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