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Sulfate Free Shampoo Market Is Projected To Record A CAGR Of Approximately 4.0% Through 2027

The sulfate-free shampoo sales in 2018 closed in on 330 kilo tons, and are estimated to record a Y-o-Y growth at nearly 3.0% in 2019, according to a new Fact.MR study. Sulfate free shampoo industry growth remains influenced by a slew of aspects, ranging from product line extension and innovation to introduction of products that enable overnight and daytime smoothing.

The study opines that liquid sulfate free shampoo will remain the sought-after variant, accounting for over 7 in 10 sales currently. Ease of handling, and simple economics are among key attributes that continue to drive demand for liquid variant, while their application scope remains succored by effective storage solutions offered for both low- and high-viscosity sulfate-free shampoos.

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Manufacturer focus on delivering puncture-resistant and zero leakage packaging solutions for liquid sulfate-free shampoos will continue to fuel sales. The move by leading manufacturers toward eco-friendly materials, upheld by favorable government regulations, in sustainable packaging innovations has become increasingly pervasive. This, coupled with the onus on raw material price reduction, while combating price fluctuations vis-à-vis petrochemicals, will augur well for liquid sulfate-free shampoo sales.

Key Segments of Sulfate-Free Shampoo Market

Liquid Shampoos Remain the Preferred Variant

Liquid shampoos have been sought-after among consumers, primarily in light of their ease of use and convenience.

Liquid shampoos account for over 70% of sales of sulfate-free shampoos worldwide, with sales in 2018 estimated at revenues worth over US$ 2,800 Mn. However, dry shampoo or “shampoo bars” according to the latest trend have been gaining palpable momentum across the globe.

These dry variants rid the requirement of bottle packaging and prevent spillovers and relevant issues, which in turn has led them into witnessing widespread acceptance among travel enthusiasts in particular. The economic nature of these shampoo bars has further driven their sales in the developing and underdeveloped nations, where price remains the most important aspect for consumers.

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