Wet Wipes Market Is Projected To Reach Us$ 7.6 Bn By 2032

Retail and Consumer Goods

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Global Wet Wipes Market by Category

  • By Product Type, Global Wet Wipes Market is segmented as:

    • Cosmetic Wipes
    • Baby Wipes
    • Intimate Wipes
    • Household Wipes
  •  By Technology, Global Wet Wipes Market is segmented as:

    • Airlaid
    • Spunlace
    • Wetlaid
  •  By Sales Channel, Global Wet Wipes is segmented as:

    • Modern Trade
    • Departmental Stores
    • Drug Stores
    • Convenience Store
    • Online Stores
    • Other Sales Channel

Competitive Landscape

Consumer wet wipes manufacturers are exploring new and innovative designs focusing on ease of use to end-consumers. Key manufacturers are utilizing the heightened awareness of health and safety to come up with packaging that is aseptic, by way of new product launches. For instance,

  • August 2021, Unicharm Corporation launched “Mamy Poko Premium Baby Wipes” in China. This new product offers safety and uses environment-friendly cotton sheets certified by “OEKO-TEX which is considered to be the highest safety standard for consumer goods
  • In December 2020, Johnson & Johnson transformed its Neutrogena make-up wipes to 100% plant-based fabric to emphasize the sustainable image and keep a check on carbon footprint

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