According to the most recent industry analysis, global demand for body-worn insect repellent grew 7.6% year over year (YoY) in 2021, totaling more than US$ 430 million. The apparel segment saw a 0.7 percent decline, while oil and cream saw a 1.5 percent increase. Over the next ten years, the global market for body-worn insect repellent is expected to grow 2.1X. Between 2016 and 2020, the market grew at a faster rate, with annual growth of 7.1 percent. Due to factors such as rising vector-borne diseases in both developing and developed countries, Fact.MR believes the market has a lot of potentials. Furthermore, rising demand for low-cost, organic ingredient-based body-worn insect repellents will catalyze the industry’s expansion.
Market Segments Covered in Body Worn Insect Repellent Industry Analysis
- Head Nets
- Oils & Creams
- Plant-based Body Worn Insect Repellents
- Synthetic Body Worn Insect Repellents
- Stickers & Patches
By Distribution Channel
- Online Sales of Body Worn Insect Repellents
- Offline Sales of Body Worn Insect Repellents
The majority of the businesses profiled in the report have focused on growth, investment, acquisitions, delivery, portfolio expansion, and brand development.
The following are some of the most significant developments:
Insect Shield, LLC began online illness education in 2019 in response to the rise in Lyme/Zika health risks by establishing new protection programs and expanding its brand partners around the world.
Amazon, Walmart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and MENARDS, among other online and offline retailers, advertised Sawyer Items, Inc.’s products in 2019. Furthermore, SAWYER, the company’s distribution channel, is focusing on promoting its products.
Similarly, the Fact.MR team has kept track of recent developments involving companies that make body-worn insect repellents, which are detailed in the full report.
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