The Rising Demand for Essential Oils in Europe Region will aid in Natural Fragrance Market Growth, Says MarketsandMarkets™ Research

The natural fragrance market size is projected to reach USD 4.3 billion by 2024 from USD 2.7 billion in 2019, at a CAGR of 9.6% between 2019 and 2024. Rising growth in the personal care & cosmetic industry and growing demand for natural & organic products are driving the demand for natural fragrance market. High production and R&D costs, as well as compliance with quality and regulatory standards, are restraining the growth of the natural fragrance market. On the other hand, a significant change in the lifestyle of consumers towards natural products over synthetic ones drives the demand for natural fragrances. The players in the natural fragrance market are mainly concentrating on expansions, new product launches, and acquisitions to meet the growing demand in various applications. New product launches help companies strengthen their product portfolio and meet the specific requirements of customers.

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Based on ingredients, natural fragrances are segmented into essential oils and natural extracts. The essential oils ingredient segment accounted for the largest share, in terms of value, in 2018. Dominance is attributed to the growing demand for natural & organic products. Additionally, changing lifestyle and preferences of consumer’s acts as a driver.

Based on application, the natural fragrance market is segmented into fine fragrances, personal care & cosmetics, and household care. Fine fragrances application accounted for the largest share of the market in 2018, in terms of value. This is because of the increasing demand for fine fragrances applications such as perfumes and colognes. Personal care & cosmetic application is estimated to be the fastest growing segment during the forecast period.

Europe is estimated to be the largest market for natural fragrances during the forecast period, in terms of value. Increasing disposable incomes of middle-class populations in emerging economies of the European region, coupled with the flourishing personal care industry, make the region an attractive market for natural fragrances. The usage of personal care, grooming, and hygiene products have increased tremendously. The use of cosmetics is not restricted to women as the industry has been able to gain the attention of men and teenagers as well by investing on the growing consciousness regarding personal hygiene and grooming among everyone. It has helped the personal care & cosmetics segment to flourish in the European region. Hence, the demand for natural fragrances in these products is also estimated to be high.

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The growth of the natural fragrance market has been influenced mainly by expansions, new product launches, and acquisitions that took place between 2016 and 2019. Givaudan SA (Switzerland), Firmenich SA (Switzerland), International Flavors & Fragrances (US), Symrise AG (Germany), Takasago International Corporation (Japan) adopted expansions, new product launches, and acquisitions to remain competitive in the natural fragrance market.

Givaudan (Switzerland) is the largest player in the natural fragrance market. The company is developing its natural fragrance business by acquisition and expanding in countries such as APAC and North America. The company mainly focuses on expansions and acquisition to strengthen its position in the market. The company acquired Albert Vieille, a French company specialized in natural ingredients used in the fragrance and aromatherapy markets. It will help the company cater to the growing demand of customers for natural fragrances. As an expansion strategy, the company opened a new fragrance creative center in Mexico City, Mexico, in October 2017. The new center will help the company support its business growth in North America.

Firmenich SA (Switzerland)is one of the major manufacturers of fragrances. In March 2016, the company opened a manufacturing facility in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The expansion has helped the company strengthen its position in the fragrances market in Argentina. In July 2018, Agilex Fragrances, which is a part of Firmenich group, acquired Fragrance West (US). This acquisition will help the company strengthen its position in the fragrances market in the Americas.

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