Dermatological sales in Saudi Arabia remained steadily high in 2016 due to strong market demand for topical germicidal / antiseptics, a segment that reported current-value growth of 11 percent over the year. This is largely attributed to the increase in air pollution and airborne bacterial infections caused by instability in neighboring countries to the Kingdom 's north, northeast and south. In addition, medicated shampoos produced significant current-value growth of 25 percent in 2016, mainly due to the ongoing shortage of hair and scalp moisture due to record high temperatures and the arid, harsh climate prevailing in Saudi Arabia, as well as religious and cultural requirements for head coverings. In Saudi Arabia, though men are allowed to wear a head cover as part of the national dress known in Arabic as a Shumagh or Ghutra, it is compulsory by law that women be fully veiled while outside the home. The absence of adequate levels of oxygen and vitamin D from the sun to the hair and scalp also contribute factors which decrease demand for medicated shampoos.
Dermatological in Saudi Arabia study offers a detailed guide to market size and form at a regional level. It provides the latest 2011-2015 data on retail sales, enabling you to recognize the sectors that drive production. As of 2020, projections show how the industry is likely to change.
Drug coverage: Antiparticle / Lice (Head and Body) Treatments, Antiparticles, Cold Sore Treatments, Hemorrhoid Treatments, Hair Loss Treatments, Medicated Shampoos, Rash Treatments with Nappy (Diaper), Patrice Dermatological, Topical Allergy Remedies / Antihistamines, Topical Antifungals, Topical Germicidal / Antiseptics, Vaginal Antifungals.
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