Top5 Most Selling Cosmetic Brand India
1) Hindustan unilever Limited
Financial Year 2016-2017:
The Domestic Consumer business grew 4% with 1% Underlying Volume Growth a margin saw an improvement for the sixth consecutive year. Profit after tax before exceptional items, grew by 3% to Rs.4247 Crores and Net Profit at Rs. 4490 Crores was up 9%. The strong track record of cash generation was sustained.
2) Patanjali Ayurved Ltd
Patanjali’s FY17 turnover up 111% to Rs 10,561 croreBaba Ramdev Recently says that Patanjali is planning to
open a restaurant like mc donald KFC. In the FY17 turnover, the share of Patanjali Ayurved, Divya Pharmacy and Patanjali Gramodhyog is Rs 9,346 crore, Rs 870 crore and Rs 345 crore, respectively. In 2015-16, Patanjali group’s turnover had grown by 150 percent to Rs 5,000 crore.
Procter & Gamble, one of the top two FMCG firms in the world, has topped Nestle and ITC to become India’s
third-largest consumer products maker after nearly doubling its sales in the country in the last three
years. P&G’s three entities in the country, selling a wide variety of products ranging from detergents and
shampoo to razors to sanitary napkins, posted combined revenues of Rs 9,274 crore
70% of the French cosmetics major’s launches this year will be locally designed and developed
French cosmetics major L’Oreal is going Indian with a vengeance. The firm, whose Indian unit has a turnover of
Rs 1,000 crore, will spend the better part of this year launching some locally-developed products — part of its
strategy to get the Indian consumer hooked to it.
Nivea India, an affiliate of Beiersdorf AG, has come to the rescue of all those women who face the problem of
darkening of underarms caused by waxing, shaving and use of hair removal creams. The company has launched a new deodorant, Whitening, which it claims is a global innovation in the category.
This new product is available in aerosol spray form, priced at Rs 179 for 150 ml, and a roll-on for Rs 165 for
50 ml. The deo market in India is pegged at Rs 800 crore with around 65 different brands in the organised sector
jostling for shelf space
News Source IANS