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Fragrances Market in the United States to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape

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Fragrances Market in the United States to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape
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Product Synopsis
"Fragrances Market in the United States to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape" is the result of Canadean's extensive market and company research. This report presents detailed analysis on the Fragrances consumption trends in the United States, historic and forecast Fragrances consumption volumes and values at market and category level. It also provides indispensable data on brand share, distribution channels, profiles of companies active in the global Fragrances market along with latest industry news, in addition to mergers & acquisitions. This report brings together Canadean Intelligence's research, modeling, and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data. This allows domestic and foreign companies to identify the market dynamics to account for Fragrances sales overall and to know which categories and segments are showing growth in the coming years.

Introduction and Landscape
Why was the report written?
• This report provides authoritative and granular data on the Fragrances market in the United States and, in doing so fills the gaps in marketers' understanding of trends and the components of change behind them.

• Based upon extensive primary and secondary research to provide comprehensive and granular data, this report allows marketers to confidently update their strategic and tactical plans.

• Marketers need data on volume and value changes, brand dynamics and distribution trends in order to effectively plan strategies.

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
This report examines the components of change in the market by looking at historic and future growth patterns, including the effects of consumers' behavior on total volumes, values, brands selected and types of product chosen.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?
The report provides the latest, detailed data on dynamics in the United States Fragrances market, providing marketers with the essential data to understand their own, and their competitors' position in the market and the information to accurately identify where to compete in the future.

Key Features and Benefits
Detailed category coverage is provided, covering three product segments that include:

• Female Fragrances
• Male Fragrances
• Unisex Fragrances

Detailed product sales segmentation (for both volumes and values) is provided, including brand data, and sales by distribution channel, at the product category level.

Future forecasts allow marketers to understand the future pattern of market trends from winners and losers to category dynamics and thereby quickly and easily identify the key areas in which they want to compete in the future.

Profiles of companies active in the global Fragrances market along with latest industry news and mergers & acquisitions.

Key Market Issues
• Enhance your understanding of the value and volume growth dynamics of the Fragrances market in the United States.
• Promote growth in your business with detailed product sales for both volumes and values, as well as sales by distribution channel at the product category level.
• Identify the future pattern of market trends, from winners and losers to category dynamics; and thereby quickly and easily indentify the key areas in which they want to compete in the future.
• Familiarize yourself with the detailed profiles of companies active in the global Fragrances market.
• Improve your knowledge of the latest industry news and mergers & acquisitions.


1 Introduction
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.2.1 This report provides 2012 actual sales; while forecasts are provided for 2013 – 2017
1.2.2 Category Definitions
1.2.3 Distribution Channel Definitions
1.2.4 Volume Units and Aggregations
1.2.5 CAGR Definition and Calculation
1.2.6 Graphical representation of Brands
1.2.7 Exchange Rates
1.2.8 Methodology Summary
2 United States Fragrances Market Analysis, 2007–17
2.1 Fragrances Value Analysis, 2007–17
2.1.1 Overall Fragrances Market Value, 2007–17
2.1.2 Fragrances Market Value by Category, 2007–17
2.1.3 Market Growth Dynamics by Value – Fragrances, 2007–17
2.2 Fragrances Volume Analysis, 2007–17
2.2.1 Overall Fragrances Market Volume, 2007–17
2.2.2 Per-Capita Consumption - Fragrances, 2007–17
2.2.3 Fragrances Market Volume by Category, 2007–17
2.2.4 Market Growth Dynamics by Volume – Fragrances, 2007–17
3 United States Female Fragrances Market Analysis, 2007–17
3.1 Female Fragrances Value Analysis, 2007–17
3.1.1 Female Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
3.1.2 Average Consumer Price/Unit – Female Fragrances, 2007–17
3.1.3 Female Fragrances Market Value by Segments, 2007–17
3.2 Female Fragrances Volume Analysis, 2007–17
3.2.1 Female Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
3.2.2 Female Fragrances Market Volume by Segments, 2007–17
3.3 Market Growth Dynamics – Female Fragrances, 2007–17
3.3.1 Female Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Value, 2007–17
3.3.2 Female Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Volume, 2007–17
3.4 Mass Female Fragrances Analysis, 2007–17
3.4.1 Mass Female Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
3.4.2 Mass Female Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
3.5 Premium Female Fragrances Analysis, 2007–17
3.5.1 Premium Female Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
3.5.2 Premium Female Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
3.6 Female Fragrances Brand Analysis, 2009–12
3.7 Female Fragrances Distribution Channel Analysis, 2009–12
4 United States Male Fragrances Market Analysis, 2007–17
4.1 Male Fragrances Value Analysis, 2007–17
4.1.1 Male Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
4.1.2 Average Consumer Price/Unit – Male Fragrances, 2007–17
4.1.3 Male Fragrances Market Value by Segments, 2007–17
4.2 Male Fragrances Volume Analysis, 2007–17
4.2.1 Male Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
4.2.2 Male Fragrances Market Volume by Segments, 2007–17
4.3 Market Growth Dynamics – Male Fragrances, 2007–17
4.3.1 Male Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Value, 2007–17
4.3.2 Male Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Volume, 2007–17
4.4 Mass Male Fragrances Analysis, 2007–17
4.4.1 Mass Male Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
4.4.2 Mass Male Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
4.5 Premium Male Fragrances Analysis, 2007–17
4.5.1 Premium Male Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
4.5.2 Premium Male Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
4.6 Male Fragrances Brand Analysis, 2009–12
4.7 Male Fragrances Distribution Channel Analysis, 2009–12
5 United States Unisex Fragrances Market Analysis, 2007–17
5.1 Unisex Fragrances Value Analysis, 2007–17
5.1.1 Unisex Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
5.1.2 Average Consumer Price/Unit – Unisex Fragrances, 2007–17
5.1.3 Unisex Fragrances Market Value by Segments, 2007–17
5.2 Unisex Fragrances Volume Analysis, 2007–17
5.2.1 Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
5.2.2 Unisex Fragrances Market Volume by Segments, 2007–17
5.3 Market Growth Dynamics – Unisex Fragrances, 2007–17
5.3.1 Unisex Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Value, 2007–17
5.3.2 Unisex Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Volume, 2007–17
5.4 Mass Unisex Fragrances Analysis, 2007–17
5.4.1 Mass Unisex Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
5.4.2 Mass Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
5.5 Premium Unisex Fragrances Analysis, 2007–17
5.5.1 Premium Unisex Fragrances Market by Value, 2007–17
5.5.2 Premium Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume, 2007–17
5.6 Unisex Fragrances Brand Analysis, 2009–12
5.7 Unisex Fragrances Distribution Channel Analysis, 2009–12
6 Profiles of Companies Active in the Global Fragrances Market
6.1 The Procter & Gamble Company
6.1.1 The Procter & Gamble Company Business Analysis
6.1.2 The Procter & Gamble Company Major Products and Services
6.1.3 The Procter & Gamble Company Key Competitors
6.1.4 The Procter & Gamble Company SWOT Analysis
6.1.5 The Procter & Gamble Company SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.1.6 The Procter & Gamble Company Strengths
6.1.7 The Procter & Gamble Company Weaknesses
6.1.8 The Procter & Gamble Company Opportunities
6.1.9 The Procter & Gamble Company Threats
6.1.10 The Procter & Gamble Company History
6.1.11 The Procter & Gamble Company Key Employees
6.1.12 The Procter & Gamble Company Locations and Subsidiaries
6.2 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
6.2.1 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Business Analysis
6.2.2 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Major Products and Services
6.2.3 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Key Competitors
6.2.4 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA SWOT Analysis
6.2.5 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.2.6 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Strengths
6.2.7 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Weaknesses
6.2.8 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Opportunities
6.2.9 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Threats
6.2.10 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA History
6.2.11 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Key Employees
6.2.12 Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Locations and Subsidiaries
6.3 Kao Corporation
6.3.1 Kao Corporation Business Analysis
6.3.2 Kao Corporation Major Products and Services
6.3.3 Kao Corporation Key Competitors
6.3.4 Kao Corporation SWOT Analysis
6.3.5 Kao Corporation SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.3.6 Kao Corporation Strengths
6.3.7 Kao Corporation Weaknesses
6.3.8 Kao Corporation Opportunities
6.3.9 Kao Corporation Threats
6.3.10 Kao Corporation History
6.3.11 Kao Corporation Key Employees
6.3.12 Kao Corporation Locations and Subsidiaries
6.4 Avon Products, Inc.
6.4.1 Avon Products, Inc. Business Analysis
6.4.2 Avon Products, Inc. Major Products and Services
6.4.3 Avon Products, Inc. Key Competitors
6.4.4 Avon Products, Inc. SWOT Analysis
6.4.5 Avon Products, Inc. SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.4.6 Avon Products, Inc. Strengths
6.4.7 Avon Products, Inc. Weaknesses
6.4.8 Avon Products, Inc. Opportunities
6.4.9 Avon Products, Inc. Threats
6.4.10 Avon Products, Inc. History
6.4.11 Avon Products, Inc. Key Employees
6.4.12 Avon Products, Inc. Locations and Subsidiaries
6.5 Shiseido Company, Limited
6.5.1 Shiseido Company, Limited Business Analysis
6.5.2 Shiseido Company, Limited Major Products and Services
6.5.3 Shiseido Company, Limited Key Competitors
6.5.4 Shiseido Company, Limited SWOT Analysis
6.5.5 Shiseido Company, Limited SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.5.6 Shiseido Company, Limited Strengths
6.5.7 Shiseido Company, Limited Weaknesses
6.5.8 Shiseido Company, Limited Opportunities
6.5.9 Shiseido Company, Limited Threats
6.5.10 Shiseido Company, Limited History
6.5.11 Shiseido Company, Limited Key Employees
6.5.12 Shiseido Company, Limited Locations and Subsidiaries
6.6 Arata Corporation
6.6.1 Arata Corporation Business Analysis
6.6.2 Arata Corporation Major Products and Services
6.6.3 Arata Corporation Key Competitors
6.6.4 Arata Corporation SWOT Analysis
6.6.5 Arata Corporation SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.6.6 Arata Corporation Strengths
6.6.7 Arata Corporation Weaknesses
6.6.8 Arata Corporation Opportunities
6.6.9 Arata Corporation Threats
6.6.10 Arata Corporation History
6.6.11 Arata Corporation Key Employees
6.6.12 Arata Corporation Locations and Subsidiaries
6.7 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic
6.7.1 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Business Analysis
6.7.2 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Major Products and Services
6.7.3 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Key Competitors
6.7.4 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis
6.7.5 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.7.6 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Strengths
6.7.7 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Weaknesses
6.7.8 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Opportunities
6.7.9 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Threats
6.7.10 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic History
6.7.11 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Key Employees
6.7.12 Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Locations and Subsidiaries
6.8 Givaudan S.A.
6.8.1 Givaudan S.A. Business Analysis
6.8.2 Givaudan S.A. Major Products and Services
6.8.3 Givaudan S.A. Key Competitors
6.8.4 Givaudan S.A. SWOT Analysis
6.8.5 Givaudan S.A. SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.8.6 Givaudan S.A. Strengths
6.8.7 Givaudan S.A. Weaknesses
6.8.8 Givaudan S.A. Opportunities
6.8.9 Givaudan S.A. Threats
6.8.10 Givaudan S.A. History
6.8.11 Givaudan S.A. Key Employees
6.8.12 Givaudan S.A. Locations and Subsidiaries
6.9 Natura Cosmeticos S.A.
6.9.1 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Business Analysis
6.9.2 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Major Products and Services
6.9.3 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Key Competitors
6.9.4 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. SWOT Analysis
6.9.5 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.9.6 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Strengths
6.9.7 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Weaknesses
6.9.8 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Opportunities
6.9.9 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Threats
6.9.10 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. History
6.9.11 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Key Employees
6.9.12 Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Locations and Subsidiaries
6.1 LG Household & Health Care Ltd.
6.10.1 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Business Analysis
6.10.2 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Major Products and Services
6.10.3 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Key Competitors
6.10.4 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. SWOT Analysis
6.10.5 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.10.6 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Strengths
6.10.7 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Weaknesses
6.10.8 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Opportunities
6.10.9 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Threats
6.10.10 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. History
6.10.11 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Key Employees
6.10.12 LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Locations and Subsidiaries
7 News and Key Events in the Global Fragrances Market
7.1 Category News
7.1.1 Victoria's Secret to launch new floral fragrance
7.1.2 Heathcote & Ivory to extend Beau Jardin Rose & Geranium collection
7.1.3 George Carr launches new scented candle
7.1.4 DKNY Be Delicious gears up to launch City Blossom collection
7.1.5 Guerlain introduces Cherry Blossom fragrance re-edition
7.1.6 Jimmy Choo launches new Exotic fragrance
7.1.7 Floris London to launch Lavender & Mint home fragrance range
7.1.8 Calvin Klein to launch Endless Euphoria fragrance
7.1.9 Female fragrances dominate Spanish fragrance market: Report
7.1.10 Binky & Alex launch Made in Chelsea frangrance
8 Deal Activities in the Global Fragrances Market
8.1 Category Deals
8.1.1 Elizabeth Arden prices US$100 million 7.375% senior notes due 2021
8.1.2 DLF Brands to form a joint venture with KIKO
8.1.3 Philadelphia Macaroni acquires US pasta factory of Unilever
8.1.4 RFM Corporation to acquire Royal pasta brand in the Philippines from Unilever
8.1.5 Coty to acquire Lena White
8.1.6 Coty forms joint venture Chalhoub and Jashanmal
8.1.7 Leonard Green & Partners to acquire Lucky Brand from Fifth & Pacific
8.1.8 Dabur India to acquire manufacturing unit of Northern Aromatics
8.1.9 Benetton Group enters into licensing agreement with Puig for United Colors of Benetton fragranceBs
8.1.10 Idea International to merge with Japanese cosmetics producer
9 Appendix
9.1 About Canadean
9.2 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Category Definitions - Fragrances Market
Table 2: Distribution Channel Definitions - Fragrances Market
Table 3: Volume Units for Fragrances Market
Table 4: United States Exchange Rate USD (Annual Average), 2007 – 2012
Table 5: United States Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 6: United States Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Category, 2007–12
Table 7: United States Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Category, 2012–17
Table 8: United States Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Category, by Value (USD m)
Table 9: United States Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 10: United States Per-capita Fragrances Consumption (Unit/head & Y-o-Y growth), 2007–17
Table 11: United States Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 12: United States Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Category, 2012–17
Table 13: United States Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Category, by volume (Units m)
Table 14: United States Female Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 15: United States Female Fragrances Average Consumer Price (USD) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 16: United States Female Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2007–12
Table 17: United States Female Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2012–17
Table 18: United States Female Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 19: United States Female Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2007–12
Table 20: United States Female Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Value (USD m), by Segments
Table 21: United States Female Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Volume (Units m), by Segments
Table 22: United States Mass Female Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Table 23: United States Mass Female Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Table 24: United States Premium Female Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Table 25: United States Premium Female Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Table 26: United States Female Fragrances Market Value by Brands (USD m), 2009–12
Table 27: United States Female Fragrances Market Value by Distribution Channel (USD m), 2009–12
Table 28: United States Male Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 29: United States Male Fragrances Average Consumer Price (USD) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 30: United States Male Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2007–12
Table 31: United States Male Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2012–17
Table 32: United States Male Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 33: United States Male Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2007–12
Table 34: United States Male Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2012–17
Table 35: United States Male Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Value (USD m), by Segments
Table 36: United States Male Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Volume (Units m), by Segments
Table 37: United States Mass Male Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Table 38: United States Mass Male Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Table 39: United States Premium Male Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Table 40: United States Premium Male Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Table 41: United States Male Fragrances Market Value by Brands (USD m), 2009–12
Table 42: United States Male Fragrances Market Value by Distribution Channel (USD m), 2009–12
Table 43: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 44: United States Unisex Fragrances Average Consumer Price (USD) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 45: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2007–12
Table 46: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2012–17
Table 47: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Table 48: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2007–12
Table 49: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2012–17
Table 50: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Value (USD m), by Segments
Table 51: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (2007–12 & 2012–17) and market size (2007, 2012 & 2017), by Volume (Units m), by Segments
Table 52: United States Mass Unisex Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Table 53: United States Mass Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Table 54: United States Premium Unisex Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Table 55: United States Premium Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Table 56: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value by Brands (USD m), 2009–12
Table 57: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value by Distribution Channel (USD m), 2009–12
Table 58: The Procter & Gamble Company Fast Facts
Table 59: The Procter & Gamble Company Major Products and Services
Table 60: The Procter & Gamble Company History
Table 61: The Procter & Gamble Company Key Employees
Table 62: The Procter & Gamble Company Subsidiaries
Table 63: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Fast Facts
Table 64: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Major Products and Services
Table 65: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA History
Table 66: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Key Employees
Table 67: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Subsidiaries
Table 68: Kao Corporation Fast Facts
Table 69: Kao Corporation Major Products and Services
Table 70: Kao Corporation History
Table 71: Kao Corporation Key Employees
Table 72: Kao Corporation Other Locations
Table 73: Kao Corporation Subsidiaries
Table 74: Avon Products, Inc. Fast Facts
Table 75: Avon Products, Inc. Major Products and Services
Table 76: Avon Products, Inc. History
Table 77: Avon Products, Inc. Key Employees
Table 78: Avon Products, Inc. Other Locations
Table 79: Avon Products, Inc. Subsidiaries
Table 80: Shiseido Company, Limited Fast Facts
Table 81: Shiseido Company, Limited Major Products and Services
Table 82: Shiseido Company, Limited History
Table 83: Shiseido Company, Limited Key Employees
Table 84: Shiseido Company, Other Locations
Table 85: Shiseido Company, Limited Subsidiaries
Table 86: Arata Corporation Fast Facts
Table 87: Arata Corporation Major Products and Services
Table 88: Arata Corporation History
Table 89: Arata Corporation Key Employees
Table 90: Arata Corporation Subsidiaries
Table 91: Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Fast Facts
Table 92: Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Major Products and Services
Table 93: Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic History
Table 94: Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Key Employees
Table 95: Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Other Locations
Table 96: Coty Inc.- Financial and Strategic Subsidiaries
Table 97: Givaudan S.A. Fast Facts
Table 98: Givaudan S.A. Major Products and Services
Table 99: Givaudan S.A. History
Table 100: Givaudan S.A. Key Employees
Table 101: Givaudan S.A. Subsidiaries
Table 102: Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Fast Facts
Table 103: Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Major Products and Services
Table 104: Natura Cosmeticos S.A. History
Table 105: Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Key Employees
Table 106: Natura Cosmeticos S.A. Subsidiaries
Table 107: LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Fast Facts
Table 108: LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Major Products and Services
Table 109: LG Household & Health Care Ltd. History
Table 110: LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Key Employees
Table 111: LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Other Locations
Table 112: LG Household & Health Care Ltd. Subsidiaries

List of Figures

Figure 1: United States Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 2: United States Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Category, 2007–17
Figure 3: United States Fragrances Market Dynamics, by Category, by Market Value, 2007–17
Figure 4: United States Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 5: United States Per-Capita Fragrances Consumption (Unit/head & Y-o-Y growth), 2007–17
Figure 6: United States Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Category, 2007–17
Figure 7: United States Fragrances Market Dynamics, by Category, by Market Volume 2007–17
Figure 8: United States Female Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 9: United States Female Fragrances Average Consumer Price (USD) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 10: United States Female Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2007–17
Figure 11: United States Female Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 12: United States Female Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2007–17
Figure 13: United States Female Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Value, 2007–17
Figure 14: United States Female Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Volume, 2007–17
Figure 15: United States Mass Female Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Figure 16: United States Mass Female Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Figure 17: United States Premium Female Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Figure 18: United States Premium Female Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Figure 19: United States Female Fragrances Market Value by Brands (USD m), 2009–12
Figure 20: United States Female Fragrances Market Value by Distribution Channel (USD m), 2009–12
Figure 21: United States Male Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 22: United States Male Fragrances Average Consumer Price (USD) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 23: United States Male Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2007–17
Figure 24: United States Male Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 25: United States Male Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2007–17
Figure 26: United States Male Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Value, 2007–17
Figure 27: United States Male Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Volume, 2007–17
Figure 28: United States Mass Male Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Figure 29: United States Mass Male Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Figure 30: United States Premium Male Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Figure 31: United States Premium Male Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Figure 32: United States Male Fragrances Market Value by Brands (USD m), 2009–12
Figure 33: United States Male Fragrances Market Value by Distribution Channel (USD m), 2009–12
Figure 34: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value (USD m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 35: United States Unisex Fragrances Average Consumer Price (USD) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 36: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value (USD m) by Segments, 2007–17
Figure 37: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2007–17
Figure 38: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Volume (Units m) by Segments, 2007–17
Figure 39: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Value, 2007–17
Figure 40: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Growth Dynamics by Volume, 2007–17
Figure 41: United States Mass Unisex Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Figure 42: United States Mass Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Figure 43: United States Premium Unisex Fragrances Market by Value (USD m), 2007–17
Figure 44: United States Premium Unisex Fragrances Market by Volume (Units m), 2007–17
Figure 45: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value by Brands (USD m), 2009–12
Figure 46: United States Unisex Fragrances Market Value by Distribution Channel (USD m), 2009–12


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