Ethylhexyl Triazone Market Key Players Business Strategies Study Analysis

Ethylhexyl triazone demand is likely to recover in mid-2021 owing to a combination of myriad, yet interconnected factors. As Ethylhexyl Triazone is used in sunscreen products, demand from the cosmetics segment will continue to create opportunities for market players. However, concerns related to potential side of chemical-based cosmetics mean that market share will be lost to organic based products. Demand for ethylhexyl triazone is likely to recover from previous slump in 2020 owing to resumption in economic activities. However, a complete recovery will be a long haul, in sync with broader, macroeconomic factors.

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As UV rays from the sun affect the epidermis of the skin which is the upper layer, sunscreen products remain a preventive mechanism. Major organic pollutants including Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Volatile Organic Compounds, Particulate Matter, Cigarette smoke, etc. cause skin ageing, skin cancer, psoriasis and acne, thus severely impacting the skin. A recent study done in South Korea on chronic eczema patients found that ambient air pollution had an adverse effect on these patients.

Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic

Although COVID-19 restrictions meant that outdoor activity was severely restricted, demand for sunscreen products is likely to remain steady in the long run. This is likely to provide sustained momentum to ingredient suppliers, including ethylhexyl triazone.

Prominent manufacturers of ethyhexyl triazone market include Coskin Specialities, Georges Walther, Aurocos Speciality Chemicals, Kyowa Chemical Industry, Qingdao Jade New Material Technology, BASF, etc. BASF SE closed the acquisition of polyamide business from Solvay on January 31, 2020. As per the press release from BASF, the transaction was made to broaden BASF’s polyamide capabilities with innovative and well-known products such as Technyl.

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Pharmceris have a launched a special protection cream. The cream is a blend of broad-spectrum anti-UVA/UVB/HEV/IR filters which reduces the flow of a broad spectrum of harmful sunrays penetrating into the skin. The SPF 100+ cream provides intense protection and helps in formulating optimum moisture and lipid levels in the skin.

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