US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Market

Jul 16, 2012, 08:39 ET from Reportlinker

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US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals Market

US demand to grow 5.0% annually through 2016

US demand for cosmetic and toiletry chemicals is forecast to rise 5.0 percent per year to $9.9 billion in 2016. Greater consumer spending on cosmetic and toiletry products, as well as trends favoring organic and natural formulations, will continue to aid growth in chemical demand. Advances in volume demand will remain healthy, though limited by the increasing use of higher value ingredients that are more effective at lower loadings.

Nanoscale ingredients, botanical extracts among products consumers prefer

Consumer preference for active and natural ingredients will drive demand for products such as enzymes, amino acids, and botanical extracts. Increasing use of cosmeceutical skin care products will aid consumption of such high value additives as nanoscale ingredients. Botanical extracts will benefit from their perception as being more natural and thus more healthful than traditional cosmetic and toiletry chemicals, such as petroleum oils and commodity surfactants. These latter products will experience limited gains, primarily due to the popularity of waterbased formulations in skin and hair care products, and a trend away from chemicals perceived as being harsh.

Specialty additives, emollients, moisturizers to pace raw materials

The US cosmetic and toiletry market is driven by advancements in raw materials, including the greater use of more efficient delivery systems and nanotechnology; and the use of higher value raw materials (e.g., exotic essential oils and specialty surfactants) that may provide product differentiation or enhanced performance. Specialty additives, and emollients and moisturizing agents will register the most rapid growth in demand through 2016, as consumers expect higher performance from their cosmetic and toiletry products. Active ingredients in particular will post above average gains among specialty additives.

Organic, ethnic and antiaging products to see rapid growth

Several segments in the cosmetic and toiletry industry, including organic and natural products, male grooming, ethnic products, and anti-aging, are poised for rapid growth, directly impacting the mix of the chemicals used in their formulation. Once a niche segment, organic and natural cosmetics and toiletries have become more mainstream as concerns about personal health and environmental impact become more widespread. Men's products, such as specialized facial cleansers and skin care items, and 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 that meet the specific needs of this segment. The country's obsession with youth will continue to drive the introduction of products that contain active ingredients designed to enhance a person's appearance by reducing wrinkles, firming skin, or lightening age spots. As more baby boomers move into their 50s, the number of hair care, cosmetic, and skin care products specifically formulated for gray hair and aging skin will increase. Growth in this segment will bode well for active ingredients, delivery systems, and conditioning and moisturizing agents.

Study coverage

This upcoming industry study presents historical demand data (2001, 2006 and 2011) plus forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by product, function and market. The study also considers key market environment factors, examines industry structure, evaluates company market share, and profiles 34 competitors.


General 4Demographic Trends 5Macroeconomic Outlook 9Consumer Spending Patterns 13Retail Sales 15Manufacturing Outlook 17Cosmetic & Toiletry Industry Overview 21Anti-Aging Products 23Cosmeceuticals 26Organic & Natural Products 28Other Cosmetics & Toiletries 30Technology Trends 33Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials 33Other Technology 35Environmental & Regulatory Issues 37Pricing & Product Mix 41Historical Market Trends 43International Activity & Foreign Trade 46


General 49Surfactants 52Anionic Surfactants 56Cationic Surfactants 58Nonionic Surfactants 60Amphoteric Surfactants 61Aroma Chemicals & Blends 62Blends 64Aroma Chemicals 66Oleochemicals 67Fatty Acids 70Glycerine 73Other 76Botanical Extracts 78Essential Oils 82Aloe Vera 85Plant Acids & Enzymes 87Plant Acids 88Enzymes 90Other Botanical Extracts 92Polymers 93Silicone 95Polyethylene Glycol 99Other Polymers 101Fats, Oils, & Waxes 103Petroleum-Based 105Mineral Oil 107Petrolatum & Other 109Plant- & Animal-Based 112Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals 115Alcohols 116Inorganic Chemicals 121Biocides 124Proteins 128All Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals 130IV. FUNCTIONS 135General 135Specialty Additives 137Active Ingredients 139Skin Care Products 142Hydroxy Acids 143Sunscreens 145Other Skin Care Actives 148Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Products 152Conditioning Agents 152Preservatives 154Colorants 157Other Specialty Additives 159Emollients & Moisturizers 161Cleansing Agents & Foamers 164Fragrances & Flavors 166Processing Aids 170Emulsifiers & Solubilizers 172Solvents & Vehicles 174Viscosity Control Agents 177Propellants 179Other Processing Aids 181


General 183Skin Care Products 186Skin Care Product Overview 187Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand 189Hair Care Products 192Hair Care Product Overview 193Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand 195Personal Soaps & Body Washes 199Personal Soaps & Body Washes Product Overview 199Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand 201Perfumes 203Perfume Product Overview 204Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand 206Oral Hygiene Products 208Oral Hygiene Product Overview 209Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand 211Toothpaste 212Mouthwash & Other Oral Hygiene Products 214Cosmetics 218Cosmetic Product Overview 219Cosmetic Chemical Demand 221Other Markets 224Other Toiletry Product Overview 224Other Toiletry Chemical Demand 226


General 229Market Share 232Industry Restructuring 236Competitive Strategies 239Product Differentiation 239Market Segmentation 241Cooperative Agreements 242Marketing 245Distribution 247Company Profiles 248Active Organics, see Berkshire HathawayAkzo Nobel NV 249Arch Chemicals, see Lonza GroupAshland Incorporated 252BASF SE 255Bayer AG 261Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated 263Clariant International Limited 268Cognis Deutschland, see BASFCP Kelco US, see JM HuberCroda International plc 272Dow Chemical Company 277Dow Corning Corporation 282Eastman Chemical Company 285Emery Oleochemicals Group 287Evonik Industries AG 289Firmenich SA 293FMC Corporation 294Givaudan SA 297Huber (JM) Corporation 300Integrated Botanical Technologies, see Akzo NobelInternational Flavors & Fragrances Incorporated 302International Specialty Products, see AshlandLANXESS AG 304Lonza Group Limited 306Lubrizol, see Berkshire HathawayMerck KGaA 310Novecare, see SolvayNovozymes A/S 312Pilot Chemical Company 314Presperse, see SumitomoProcter & Gamble Company 315Rhodia, see SolvayRoyal DSM NV 317Royal Dutch Shell plc 320Sederma, see Croda InternationalShell Chemical, see Royal Dutch ShellSolvay SA 322Sonneborn LLC 325Stepan Company 327Sumitomo Corporation 329Symrise AG 332Terry Laboratories Incorporated 336United-Guardian Incorporated 337Vantage Specialty Chemicals 339Additional Companies Mentioned in the Study 343



2 Macroeconomic Indicators 12

3 Personal Consumption Expenditures 15

4 Retail Sales 17

5 Manufacturers' Shipments 20

6 Cosmetic & Toiletry Supply & Demand 23

7 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Pricing 43

8 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Market, 2001-2011 45

SECTION III -- PRODUCTS 1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand by Type 51

2 Surfactant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 56

3 Anionic Surfactant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 58

4 Cationic Surfactant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 59

5 Nonionic Surfactant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 61

6 Amphoteric Surfactant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 62

7 Aroma Chemical & Blend Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 64

8 Blend Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 66

9 Aroma Chemical Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 67

10 Oleochemical Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 69

11 Fatty Acid Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 73

12 Glycerine Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 76

13 Other Oleochemical Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 78

14 Botanical Extract Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 81

15 Essential Oil Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 85

16 Aloe Vera Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 87

17 Plant Acid & Enzyme Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 88

18 Other Botanical Extract Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 93

19 Polymer Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 95

20 Silicone Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 99

21 Polyethylene Glycol Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 101

22 Other Polymer Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 103

23 Fats, Oils, & Waxes Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 105

24 Petroleum-Based Fats, Oils, & Waxes Demand in Cosmetics

& Toiletries 107

25 Mineral Oil Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 109

26 Petrolatum & Other Petroleum-Based Fats, Oils, & Waxes

Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 111

27 Plant- & Animal-Based Fats, Oils, & Waxes Demand

in Cosmetics & Toiletries 115

28 Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand 116

29 Alcohol Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 120

30 Inorganic Chemical Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 124

31 Biocide Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 128

32 Protein Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 130

33 All Other Chemical Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 134

SECTION IV -- FUNCTIONS 1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand by Function 136

2 Specialty Additive Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 138

3 Active Ingredient Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 142

4 Conditioning Agent Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 153

5 Preservative Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 157

6 Colorant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 159

7 Other Specialty Additive Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 161

8 Emollient & Moisturizer Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 163

9 Cleansing Agent & Foamer Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 166

10 Fragrance & Flavor Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 170

11 Processing Aid Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 172

12 Emulsifier & Solubilizer Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 174

13 Solvent & Vehicle Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 177

14 Viscosity Control Agent Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 179

15 Propellant Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 181

16 Other Processing Aid Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries 182


1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand by Market 1852 Skin Care Product Shipments 1893 Skin Care Product Chemical Demand 1924 Hair Care Product Shipments 1955 Hair Care Product Chemical Demand 1986 Personal Soap & Body Wash Shipments 2017 Personal Soap & Body Wash Chemical Demand 2038 Perfume Product Shipments 2069 Perfume Product Chemical Demand 20810 Oral Hygiene Product Shipments 21111 Oral Hygiene Product Chemical Demand 21212 Cosmetic Shipments 22113 Cosmetic Chemical Demand 22414 Other Toiletry Product Shipments 22615 Other Toiletry Product Chemical Demand 228


1 US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Sales by Company, 2011 2302 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 2383 Selected Cooperative Agreements 244


SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Market, 2001-2011 45SECTION III -- PRODUCTS1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand by Type, 2011 522 Oleochemical Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2011 703 Botanical Extract Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2011 82SECTION IV -- FUNCTIONS1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand by Function, 2011 1372 Specialty Additive Demand in Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2011 139SECTION V -- MARKETS1 Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Demand by Market, 2011 186SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemical Market Share, 2011 233To order this report:Cosmetic and Toiletry Industry: US Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals MarketMore  Market Research ReportCheck our  Industry Analysis and Insights

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