Elsa's Skincare, Speick Naturkosmetik GmbH & Co. KG, EO Products, Lavanila Laboratories, among others, are the major players in the global organic deodorants market.
The global organic deodorants market is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 15% during 2022-2027. As per the analysis of Expert Market Research, the market is expected to be driven majorly by rising hygiene consciousness among the population.
The growing spending on personal care products due to the increasing per capita income and rising living standards is driving the market for organic deodorant. The surging environmental consciousness among young consumers is also driving the demand for deodorants that do not contain propylene glycol, parabens, or salts, and are cruelty-free and vegan, hence invigorating the market growth. Moreover, the increasing availability of organic deodorants in various fragrances, including lavender, rose, and sage, among others, is augmenting the market.
The rising hygiene awareness among consumers and the increasing use of deodorants are supporting the market growth. With the emerging trend of health and wellness, the demand for organic products is significantly increasing, hence fuelling the market for organic deodorants. Various leading manufacturers are increasingly utilising innovative ingredients in organic deodorants, including probiotics and cannabidiol, among others. The proliferation of several natural personal care brands and the increasing popularity of e-commerce channels like Amazon and Walmart, among others, are anticipated to provide further impetus to the market in upcoming years.
In June 2019, Elsa’s Organic Skinfood launched the Ocean Natural Deodorant Crème in the United Kingdom. The unisex deodorant includes coconut oil and peppermint and is boosted with rose geranium, antibacterial tea tree, and patchouli. It offers effective 24-hour protection solutions to soothe, nourish, deodorise, and detoxify delicate skin.
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|Headquarters:||Gloucester, United Kingdom|
Elsa’s Skincare offers formulations that are 100% effective, deodorise, leave no stains, smell fantastic, and are gentle enough for children to use. Its products harness the power of coconut oils and are made from high-quality organic, natural, and food-grade ingredients. Elsa's products are designed to appeal to all ages and stand out both amongst natural products and mainstream, non-organic brands. Its products are cruelty-free and vegan.
SPEICK is a family company specialising in sustainable natural cosmetics, the products of which are made with the plant's extract of the same name. Its care product categories range includes skincare, haircare, suncare, soap and vegan products. The company aims to promote environmentally friendly businesses while supporting natural resources. Moreover, it generates electricity with photovoltaic systems for its production sites to drive sustainability.
|Headquarters:||California, United States|
EO Products is a family-owned company and is a manufacturer of natural and organic personal care products. It offers hand, bath, and body products. The company actively researches, tests, develops, bottles, ships, and markets its products from its zero-waste factory. It donates various personal care products while making financial contributions to organisations for creating job opportunities and serving the community.
|Headquarters:||New Jersey, United States|
Lavanila Laboratories is a company that delivers a new generation of 100% healthy products. The company’s products do not contain chemicals and are made from natural, organic, and pure ingredients. Some of its leading product range includes gift sets, deodorants, body lotions, and treatment masks, among others. The products of the company are available across various retail channels, including Amazon, Target, Planet Beauty, ULTA Beauty, Whole Foods, and Anthropologie, among others.
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