Skincare Product Trends & Behavior 2017

Skincare Product Trends & Behavior 2017

Method :

Quantitative

Overview :

The development of Indonesia’s cosmetics and skin care industry is experiencing a positive increase every year. The growth of this market is closely related to increasing the level of education and participation rate of the female workforce in Indonesia, making women required to have high confidence to be able to perform at every opportunity. The need to be beautiful is closely related to self-confidence in women. The magnitude of this market potential, encourages Sigma Research to conduct skin care product research in March 2017 in 11 major cities (Medan, Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, Bandung, Semarang, Surabaya, Denpasar, and Makassar) with a sample number of 1,200 respondents (ages 15 – 55 years and SES ABCD).

The purpose of this research is to provide a complete picture of the large market of skin care products and the trends and behaviors of Indonesian women in choosing and buying skin care products in terms of their demographics and habits.

Description :

REPORT CONTENT

 

CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION

1.1. Research Methodology

1.2. Target Respondents

1.3. Sampling Method

1.4. Respondent Sample Composition

1.5. Quality Control

 

CHAPTER 2 – DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF INDONESIAN WOMEN

2.1. Overview of Women in Indonesia

2.2. Education Profile of Indonesian Women

2.3. Socio-Economic Profile of Indonesian Women

2.4. Skincare and Cosmetic Industry Market Development

 

CHAPTER 3 – PERCEPTION OF BEAUTY

3.1. Definition of Beauty

3.2. Female Characters Who Are Considered Beautiful

 

CHAPTER 4 – SKINCARE RELATED BEHAVIOR

4.1. Indonesian Woman Facial Skin Profile

4.2. Indonesian Women’s Cosmetic Usage Behavior

4.3. Indonesian Women’s Needs for Cosmetic Products

 

CHAPTER 5 – SKINCARE BRAND SATISFACTION AND LOYALTY LEVEL

5.1. Facial Cleansing Soap

5.2. Moisturizer

5.3. Cleanser

5.4. Toner

5.5. Face mask

5.6. Sunblock

5.7. Serum

5.8. Peeling

5.9. Eye Care

5.10. Beauty Clinics

 

CHAPTER 6 – SOURCES OF INFORMATION ABOUT COSMETIC PRODUCTS

6.1. Most Frequently Used information Source

6.2. Source of information: WOM (Word Of Mouth) Category

6.3. Source of Information: Mass Media Category

6.4. Source of Information: Online Media Category

 

CHAPTER 7 – COSMETIC PRODUCTS SHOPPING PATTERNS

7.1. Cosmetic Products Shopping Behavior

7.2. Shopping Pattern

7.3. Online Shopping Pattern

7.4. Cosmetic Products Monthly Shopping Budget

 

CHAPTER 8 – IMPORTED SKINCARE PRODUCTS  

8.1. Imported Skincare Products User Profile

8.2. Types of Imported Skincare Ever Used

8.3. Brand of Imported Skincare Ever Used

8.4. Preference of Imported Skincare Product

8.5. Preference of Country of Origin for Imported Skincare Product

8.6. Perception of Imported Skincare Product

8.7. Imported Used and Rejected Skincare Products

 

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