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World Mosquito Repellent Market - Opportunities and Forecasts, 2015-2022

  • Publisher: Allied Market Research
  • Publication date: Jul. 20, 2016
  • Format: Electronic – PDF
  • Pages: 120
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Summary
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Wide variety of chemical and natural ingredient based mosquito repellents are being used to keep the mosquitoes away and prevent mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria, dengue, chikungunya, yellow fever, Zika virus, and others. Popularly used chemical ingredients in the preparation of mosquito repellents include diethyl carbonate, ethyl hexane diol, N-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide (DEET), and diethyl phthalate. Moreover, natural substances such as Lemon Eucalyptus Oil, Lavender, Cinnamon Oil, Soybean Oil and others are used in herbal repellents. Adoption of such natural ingredients based mosquito repellents is increasing to avoid problems such as skin rashes, allergies and others.

Mosquito repellent product types covered in the report include mats, coils, sprays, creams & oils, vaporizers and others. Both body worn and non-body worn sprays are considered under the segment of mosquito repellent sprays. Moreover, the market has also been studied under four distribution channels namely large retail, small retail, specialty store and online sales channel.


The world mosquito repellent market is expected to register notable growth in the near future attributed to rise in incidence of mosquito-borne diseases and global warming, which facilitates breeding of mosquitoes. Other factors that drive the market are rising health awareness, government initiatives for mosquito control, and affordable cost of repellents. However, presence of toxic chemicals, such as DEET, in various mosquito repellent products causes ill effects on health, which is likely to restrain the growth of this market. Huge opportunities prevail for the world mosquito repellent market owed to rising demand for plant based repellents and increasing penetration in untapped markets of rural regions.


Comprehensive competitive analysis and profiles of major market players, such as Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC, Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc., Godrej Household Products Ltd., SC Johnson& Sons Inc., Dabur International, Jyothi Laboratories, Enesis Group, Coghlans Ltd., Quantum Health and PIC Corporation are also provided in this report. Players operating in the market have introduced innovative mosquito repellants to strengthen their foothold. For instance, Dabur introduced a mosquito repellent wristband in 2014, under its Odomos brand, which is worn on the wrist to repel mosquitoes.


KEY BENEFI

  • The study provides an in-depth analysis of the world mosquito repellent market to elucidate the prominent investment pockets in the market.
  • Current and future trends are outlined to determine the overall attractiveness and to single out profitable trends to gain a stronger foothold in the market.
  • The report provides information regarding key drivers, restraints, and opportunities with impact analysis.
  • Geographically, the market is analyzed based on various regions such as North America (US, Canada, Mexico), Europe (Western Europe, Russia & Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, India & Rest of APAC), and LAMEA (Brazil, South Africa & Rest of LAMEA)
  • Analysis of value chain is conducted for better understanding of the role of intermediaries.
  • SWOT analysis highlights the internal and external environment of the leading companies for current strategy formulation.

 

MOSQUITO REPELLENT MARKET KEY SEGMENTS

By Product Type

Spray

Coil

Cream & Oil

Mat

Vaporizer

Other products

By Channels of Distribution

Large retail stores

Small retail stores

Specialty stores

Online

By Geography

North America

U.S.

Canada

Mexico

Europe

Russia

Western Europe

Rest of Europe

Asia-Pacific

China

India

Rest of Asia-Pacific

LAMEA

Brazil

South Africa

Rest of LAMEA