FEBEA

AcronymDefinition
FEBEAFédération des Entreprises de la Beauté (French: Federation of Enterprises in Beauty)
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Figures from French industry body Febea showed that clouds were gathering over the French sun care market as sales dipped 0.32% in 2007, dropping to $489 million.
The French male grooming market enjoyed particularly good fortune in 2007, rising 12.9% to $1.3 billion (at historical exchange rates), according to industry body FEBEA. In terms of distribution, the selective channel grew 16.5% to $905 million, making it the largest channel for male grooming products in France.
The French facial skin market shows no signs of withering in the current economic climate, according to figures to industry body FEBEA. The French, traditionally among the most prolific users of skin care worldwide, were still parting with their euros for their skin care wares, as the sector grew 7.7% in 2007 to $3.2 billion.
The French market has seen a dramatic reversal of fortunes over the past 12 months, recovering from its decline in 2006 to put on 8.34% to reach $626 million, according to French industry body FEBEA. Going into more detail, the mass market is still the biggest channel in France and grew more than 8%, while the pharmacy sector added 10%.
Results from French industry group FEBEA show that this gain, although positive, was not as impressive as the one recorded in 2006, when the market grew 6.1%.
Results from industry body FEBEA show that the French hair styling market dipped 0.6% to $780 million last year.
After a slow couple of years, French deodorant sales rose 5.4% to $806 million, according to FEBEA, an industry group.
The French body care market saw rather trim success in the past year, recording a smaller gain than the previous year at only 1.2% growth to nearly $779 million, according to French industry body FEBEA. The selective channel, however, showed more promising movement, leaping 13.6% to $146 million.
The French market reported sunny results in the sun care sector--results from Febea showed that the entire French sun care market was looking up, gaining 8.3% to reach a staggering $485 million overall.