HI&I Market Trends and Formulation Solutions

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HI&I Market Trends and Formulation Solutions

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MARKET DRIVERS AND TRENDS

Sustainability, convenience, efficacy and going beyond the basic functions of cleaning to provide extra caring for the hands, clothes and surfaces are key trends impacting consumer demand and new product development in the H&IC market.

OPPORTUNITY IN THE FASTEST GROWING US HOME CARE MARKET SEGMENTS

Hard Surface Cleaning

Due to busy lifestyles, cleaning around the house has become more a practice of spot cleaning in high traffic areas, such as the kitchen and bathroom. Wipes and all-purpose household cleaners outperformed all categories, rising by 9% and 5% respectively. Additionally, all-purpose cleaners account for around 43% of new product launches in NA, while glass care product launches doubled growth in less than 5 years to about 14%. This clearly indicates a strong suit for quick, all-in-one product solutions for effective home cleaning. Additionally, consumers have additional expectations in regards to the products’ ability to clean a variety of surfaces, deliver streak and spot-free benefits and ease the chore of cleaning  without necessarily swapping products between rooms.

Dishwash 

Automatic dishwash tablets are expected to surpass liquid and gel formats in the next 2 years. In the hand dishwash category, the opportunity is for added-value features such as sensory benefits, antibacterial properties and conditioning effects. Additionally, hand dish soap with demonstrated increased performance over known benchmarks invites heightened consumer expectations relative to the “more for less” mindset, as well as  catering to those conscious of water usage per load and environmental protection.

Laundry

Water conservation will continue to shape new product development in the laundry category, driving growth of concentrated liquid detergents and tablets, high-efficiency developments and cold water load improvements; specifically using products that inhibit dye transfer allowing for larger mixed loads, ultimately allowing for less energy and water usage. On the other hand, fabric care offers market opportunity for odor control and fabric conditioners.

“Convenience” is about delivering new user experiences through improved product functionality and creative design

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FOCUS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABILITY

Consumers are more in tune to the fact that eco-responsibility is increasingly important, not only personally but at multiple levels of awareness, which has resulted in increased demand for transparency  from the brands they use. Green and natural in home care focuses on the environmental factor of sustainability, as protecting our natural resources continues to be the main driver behind the growth of natural household care products.  

The environmental fate of the ingredients and their impact on human health have propelled the interest and use of  plant-based surfactants and biodegradable materials

Despite the fact that green remains relatively niche in the home care market as compared to the beauty care market, natural home care products are starting to move into the mainstream due to concerns of exposure to harsh chemicals, and continue to evolve in terms of advanced formulations, improved standards of efficacy and costs. However, consumer skepticism still exists about the effectiveness of natural home care products vs. traditional formulations. As a result, touting the environmental aspects of the products is only beneficial to your brand if they are supported by proven efficacy and safety profiles.

Sources: Kline & Co., Mintel GNPD, ©Euromonitor 2016

FORMULATION SOLUTIONS TO MEET MARKET TRENDS

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CONVENIENCE AND EFFICACY

Mirapol Surf N HSC – Effortless, long-lasting cleaning for modern surfaces 

  • Easier next time cleaning, anti re-soiling, fast drying due to water sheeting properties
  • Anti-fog on surfaces including mirrors
  • Shiny, spot-free and streak-free surfaces

DELIVERING SUPERIOR CLEANING POWER + SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE

REWOQUAT® CQ 100 G – Phosphate alternative

  • Its remarkable cleaning power against organic soil means that it can often replace solvents or a solvent-based cleaner.
  • Performance in hard water and cold temperature
  • Phosphate alternative

Tegotens® SD 100  – For concentrated dishwash, unit-dose products 

  • Low foaming surfactant for automatic dish wash
  • Reduce spotting, and that does not leave a bitter taste in dish wash applications as standard non-ionics do.
  • 100% vegetable-based material

Tego® Sorb A 30  – For malodor removal

  • Fast acting, long-lasting odor absorber, especially effective to remove unpleasant odors like cigarette smoke, sweat, garbage, pet smell, onion and garlic.

FORMULATING FOR THE GROWING FABRIC SOFTENERS MARKET

Rewoquat® WE 45 

  • 86% active, biodegradable
  • Outstanding softening properties. Dispersions up to 20% can be readily prepared at ambient conditions. Imparts good anti static properties to cotton and synthetic fabrics.

CARING FOR THE HANDS

Rewoderm® LI S 80  

  • Vegetable-based system with excellent mildness and moisturizing properties. Skin friendly and nitrogen free.

FORMULATING MULTI-FUNCTIONAL CLEANERS

Rewocare® 755

  • Multifunctional additive for spot, streak free cleaning.
  • Speeds up the drying effect
  • Levels fine scratches on surfaces
  • Gloss and extra shine after cleaning

FORMULATING EFFECTIVE SPRAY APPLICATIONS

 Tegotop® 105 

  • Self-cleaning effect: Treated surfaces result in a nanostructured layer where the adhesion of dust and dirt is reduced to a minimum. Water is repelled from the surface and become dirt repellent and self cleaning when subjected to rain or rinsing with plain water

FORMULATION SHOWCASE

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