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Research on China Hydrosol Market

DUBLIN, Apr. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets


) has announced the addition of the

"Research on China Hydrosol Market"

report to their offering.


There are nearly 30 varieties of raw materials can be used to extract hydrosol. Lavender hydrosol, tea tree hydrosol, rose hydrosol, roman chamomile hydrosol, geranium hydrosol and sandalwood hydrosol can be commonly seen in Chinese market, and they occupy more than 85% of the market. The sales condition has a direct relation with producing areas of raw materials.

China's plant extract industry has formed a certain scale and there are more than 200 professional manufacturing enterprises in China. Currently, the top brands of hydrosol include BOGAZY, Bay House, Oshadhi, Florial, Herbal Aroma Hydrosol, TIANYUAN WUSHA, Fangcj.

The report estimates that the annual output of rose hydrosol and lavender hydrosol is 2,948 tons and 45,000 kg respectively in China.

The demand for hydrosol has a direct relationship with the quantity, income and consumption concept of Chinese females; with the development of the economy, more and more middle-aged and old women also begin to pay attention to their images and the consumption in beauty and cosmetics begin to rise; additionally, the male consumption group is also gradually becoming large.

Key Topics Covered

1. Industry Overview of Hydrosol

1.1 Definition and Efficacy

1.2 Classification

1.3 Production Process

2. China Development Environment of Hydrosol Industry

2.1 China's Economic Development Environment in First Three Quarters

2.2 Related Policies and Standards 3. Status Quo of China's Hydrosol Industry

3.1 Status Quo

3.2 Competitive Pattern

3.3 Factors Affecting the Industry Development

4. China's Hydrosol Market Development

4.1 Supply

4.2 Demand

4.3 Price

5. China's Major Hydrosol Enterprises

6. Future Development Trends of China's Hydrosol Industry

6.1 Market Development Forecast

6.2 Development Forecast of China's Hydrosol Industry Products

7. Industry Experts' Investment Analysis of China's Hydrosol Industry

7.1 Investment Opportunities

7.2 Investment Risks

7.3 Development Suggestions

7.4 Sales Model and Suggestions of Hydrosol Products

Companies Mentioned

  • Shaanxi Hengfang Rose Development 
  • Shanghai Meisong Cosmetics 
  • Yuxi Grace Flowers
  • Zibo Jingli Biotechnology

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