Results for 'hand sanitiser'


How large is the hand sanitiser market?

The volume has exploded, growing 10 times over the last year. But prices have imploded due to several factors.

“People will carry sanitisers as a hygiene habit, but frequency of usage will decline”: Priti A Sureka, Emami

We look at Emami’s ‘hygiene’ ambitions as its iconic flagship brand BoroPlus turns into a vehicle for navigating newfound COVID terrain.

Lifebuoy re-enters UK with a new ad campaign, products

Lifebuoy’s new UK line-up includes hand sanitiser gel, hand hygiene wipes, hand sanitiser spray, liquid handwash, and moisturising hand cream.

Is there room for a specialised hand cream market in India?

The Himalaya Drug Company hopes so. Here's a chat with Rahul Panchal, general manager - CPD - marketing.

Personal care brand VLCC introduces line of handwash and refill packs

The refill packs are available in 200 ml sizes, which is priced at Rs 55. It will be available at pharmacies, general stores and e-commerce partners.
Points of View

Can Dettol and Lifebuoy protect their turf in the exploding hand sanitiser market?

While the market leaders like Lifebuoy, Dettol and PureHands in the hand sanitiser space have rapidly lost share this year, will they be able to regain lost ground? Here’s what experts have to say.

“Won’t shy away from investing in hygiene”: Amit Syngle, Asian Paints

Why did a paints company enter the sanitiser segment and invest in new manufacturing and distribution lines? Because the government asked it to.

Salman Khan's Eid launch is a sanitiser brand this time...

The new hand sanitiser is the first of Khan's newly released grooming and personal care range called 'Frsh'.

After Asian Paints, JSW forays into hand sanitiser segment...

JSW will leverage its Group's retail and distribution network across Paints, Steel & Cement businesses to supply the new 'Securall' hand sanitiser.
Guest Article

"Brands consumed in these times will get loyal customers": Carlton D'Silva, House of Awe

House of Awe's Carlton D'Silva takes a look at what life could potentially look like in India, once the lockdown ends