Opportunity for Cosmetics in Canada

Between 2012 and 2016 imports of cosmetic products for spas and beauty centers in the North American grew by 12%, surpassing $3.5 billion.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

From a report by PROCOMER in Costa Rica:

Globally, the beauty and personal care industry is dominated by multinationals such as Coty Inc., Estee Lauder, L'Oreal Group, and Procter and Gamble, which are examples of companies that control the global management of major brands such as MAC makeup, Cover Girl, the Body Shop, Clarins, Clairol, among others. 

See also "Personal Care: A $477 Million Business"

Globally sales are dominated by Sephora Beauty, which in the case of Canada has more than 50 outlets and is rivaled only by the BeautyBoutique the brand of Shoppers Drug Mart. Department store beauty counters such as the Hudson's Bay Company (The Bay) are a relevant channel.

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