Baby health and personal care include baby care products and infant’s food. These products include diapers, toiletries, strollers, prams and wipes for babies. The growing awareness among consumers about child care has led to rise in demand for such products.
Rising Demand From Emerging Countries and Growing Online Sales
Growing Awareness About Child Care, Rising Disposable Income and Growing Urbanization
Rising Women Workforce and Emergence of Organic Alternative Products
The Vendors Covered in the Study are:
Johnson & Johnson [United States], Kimberly-Clark [United States], Nestle [Switzerland], Procter & Gamble [United States], Babisil [united States], Cotton Babies [United States], Danone [France], Farlin [Taiwan], Henagon [United Kingdom], Himalaya Wellness [India], Mead Johnson [United States] and Pigeon [Japan]
Baby care products are not evaluated stringently and FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulates it just as all cosmetics. Cosmetic firms are required to check the ingredients and products to ensure safety but they are not require to register with FDA, file data on ingredients, or report cosmetic-related injuries. Though, manufacturers are mandated to provide labeling on all the products.
List of players that can be included in the study on immediate basis are Edgewell Personal Care [United States], The Clorox Company [United States], Abbott Laboratories [United States], Philips AVENT [United Kingdom], L'Oréal [France], Unilever [United Kingdom], Aveeno [Canada] and Pristine Organics [India].