Health & beauty and drugstores latest research


This report provides our vision for how food and consumer goods stores will evolve over the next decade. The world in 2030 will look very different to today and how people shop for their food and consumer goods is changing rapidly. Traditional store operating models are coming under significant strain and we believe that retailers and suppliers need to work harder to evolve store formats to ensure that they reflect how people shop today and will do in the future.
Beiersdorf has invested in skin care start-up, Routinely. Routinely offers personalised skin care via an app.
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.