Health & beauty and drugstores latest research


Unilever-owned Lynx is undergoing a significant rebrand to appeal to younger, Gen-Z shoppers with a new ‘on-trend’ design.
Along with ordering food, customers can now order Estée Lauder products from Uber Eats in the US.
Coconut water brand, Vita Coco has launched a haircare range, featuring its star ingredient: coconut.
Beiersdorf has developed the first ‘climate-neutralised’ product under its Nivea ‘Naturally Good’ face care range. The products are due to launch in stores in 30 countries globally, from June 2021.
Farmacias Ahumada, the Walgreens Boots Alliance-owned drugstore operator, is trialling self-service kiosks, under the Ahumada Xpress brand, to help improve access to healthcare.
In this report, we review our five areas of change for the post-COVID world for drugstores, health and beauty stores, which we identified after the pandemic’s first wave. In line with recent developments globally, we re-examine the trends and highlight opportunities for retailers and suppliers in 2021 and beyond.
Magnit is the world’s fourth largest convenience retailer. This report provides a review of its new business structure and key strategic objectives.
Strategies used by retailers and brands to drive H&B sales in Asia despite the COVID-19 pandemic are discussed in this report, supported by case studies covering key aspects such as products, marketing, technology, offline stores and online channel.
DM-Drogerie teamed up with Nivea to offer its customers refill stations as part of a pilot project, available in selected DM stores in Hamburg and Ettlingen in Germany.
This report explores what the post-COVID-19 world will look like for, health & beauty retailers and suppliers, and the opportunities and challenges to expect. 15 global case studies highlighting five key areas of change in the ‘new normal.