Facial Care in Canada to 2014 (Skincare)

 Published On: Jan, 2011 |    No of Pages: 39 |  Published By: Datamonitor | Format: PDF
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Introduction

This databook provides key data and information on the Facial Care in Canada (Skincare). This report is a comprehensive resource for market, category and segment level data including value, volume, distribution share and company & brand share. This report also provides expenditure and consumption data for the historic and forecast periods.

Scope

*Market,category and segment level information on value, volume, and expenditure & consumption, with historic (2003-2008) and forecast (2009-2013) data
*Category level company and brand share as well as distribution share information for 2007 and 2008

Highlights

*The facial care category was valued at C$645.2m ($604.6m) in 2009, representing a CAGR of 3.3% since 2004.
*By the end of 2014, the facial care category will be worth C$739.1m ($692.6m), with an expected CAGR of 2.8% between 2009 and 2014.
*The facial care market volume totaled 71.1 million units in 2009, representing a CAGR of 1.4% since 2004.
*By the end of 2014, the facial care market will total 75.9 million units, with an expected CAGR of 1.3% between 2009 and 2014.
*The facial care market was led by other moisturizers (representing 55.8% of the total value) followed by night cream and anti-agers, with an 18.2% and 9.8% market share, respectively. Creams and gels, cleansing wipes and toner form the next largest segments with a 4.8%, 4% and 3.7% market share, respectively. Fade cream, Pore strips, Exfoliating scrubs and Face mask constitute the remaining segments with a 1.6%, 0.8%, 0.63% and 0.6% market share, respectively.
*Unilever is the market leader with a 35.8% share of the market.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 Executive Summary 2
Summary category level: facial care 2
Chapter 2 DEFINITION 3
Chapter 3 Category Analysis: Facial Care 9
Value analysis (Canadian Dollar), 2004-09 9
Value analysis (Canadian Dollar), 2009-14 10
Value analysis (US dollars), 2004-09 12
Value analysis (US dollars), 2009-14 13
Volume analysis, 2004-09 15
Volume analysis, 2009-14 16
Company and brand share analysis 18
Distribution analysis 22
Expenditure and consumption per capita 24
Chapter 4 Macroeconomic Profile 30
Macroeconomic Indicators 30
Chapter 5 Research Methodology 35
Methodology overview 35
Secondary research 36
Market modeling 37
Creating an initial data model 37
Revising the initial data model 37
Creating a final estimate 38
Creating demographic value splits 38
Primary research 38
Data finalization 39
Ongoing research 39

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Facial care, Canada, value by segment (C$m), 2004-14 11
Figure 2: Facial care, Canada, category growth comparison, by value, 2004-14 14
Figure 3: Facial care, Canada, volume by segment (units, million), 2004-14 17
Figure 4: Facial care, Canada, category growth comparison, by volume, 2004-14 17
Figure 5: Facial care, Canada, company share by value (%), 2008-09 20
Figure 6: Facial care, Canada, distribution channels by value (%), 2008-09 23
Figure 7: Annual data review process 36

LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Facial care category definitions 3
Table 2: Facial care distribution channels 4
Table 3: Facial care, Canada, value by segment (C$m), 2004-09 9
Table 4: Facial care, Canada, value forecast by segment (C$m), 2009-14 10
Table 5: Facial care, Canada, value by segment ($m), 2004-09 12
Table 6: Facial care, Canada, value forecast by segment ($m), 2009-14 13
Table 7: Facial care, Canada, volume by segment (units, million), 2004-09 15
Table 8: Facial care, Canada, volume forecast by segment (units, million), 2009-14 16
Table 9: Facial care, Canada, brand share by value (%), 2008-09 18
Table 10: Facial care, Canada, value by brand (C$m), 2008-09 19
Table 11: Facial care, Canada, company share by value (%), 2008-09 21
Table 12: Facial care, Canada, value by company (C$m), 2008-09 21
Table 13: Facial care, Canada, distribution channels by value (%), 2008-09 22
Table 14: Facial care, Canada, value by distribution channel (C$m), 2008-09 22
Table 15: Facial care, Canada, expenditure per capita (C$), 2004-09 24
Table 16: Facial care, Canada, forecast expenditure per capita (C$), 2009-14 25
Table 17: Facial care, Canada, expenditure per capita ($), 2004-09 26
Table 18: Facial care, Canada, forecast expenditure per capita ($), 2009-14 27
Table 19: Facial care, Canada, consumption per capita (units), 2004-09 28
Table 20: Facial care, Canada, forecast consumption per capita (units), 2009-14 29
Table 21: Canada population, by age group, 2004-09 (millions) 30
Table 22: Canada population forecast, by age group, 2009-14 (millions) 31
Table 23: Canada population, by gender, 2004-09 (millions) 31
Table 24: Canada population forecast, by gender, 2009-14 (millions) 32
Table 25: Canada nominal GDP, 2004-09 (C$bn, nominal prices) 32
Table 26: Canada nominal GDP forecast, 2009-14 (C$bn, nominal prices) 32
Table 27: Canada real GDP, 2004-09 (C$bn, 2000 prices) 33
Table 28: Canada real GDP forecast, 2009-14 (C$bn, 2000 prices) 33
Table 29: Canada real GDP, 2004-09 ($bn, 2000 prices) 33
Table 30: Canada real GDP forecast, 2009-14 ($bn, 2000 prices) 34
Table 31: Canada consumer price index, 2004-09 (2000=100) 34
Table 32: Canada consumer price index, 2009-14 (2000=100) 34
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