Published Date : Feb 24, 2016
The high prevalence of mosquito-related disease across the globe has led to massive expansion of global body worn insect repellent market. This market is also being driven by the growing health awareness amongst consumers, especially amongst travelers. This trend is especially seen amongst travelers and residents of countries such as Brazil and India. Insect repellents are used by consumers to prevent themselves from contracting insect-borne diseases such as yellow fever, dengue, and malaria.
Increasing Distribution Channels Drive Global Body Worn Insect Repellent Market
Rise of distribution channels such as hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience stores, and online stores are also propelling the growth of the global body worn insect repellent market. As manufacturers are seeking the online medium to sell their products, it is increasing the visibility of the available products thereby luring huge number of customers. The wide range of products and their easy availability are the two important reasons why the global body worn insect repellent market will grow in the coming years, especially in countries of India and Brazil.
Quick Relief Offered by Topical Application of Insect Repellent Drives Growth
The global body worn insect repellent market is witnessing an addition to their customer base as topical application of these repellents offers a quick relief from the discomfort, itching, and irritation that is caused due to insect bites. Furthermore, the repellent also acts as a preventive measure from insect bites for those who work in fields, forests, mines, and the outdoors.
North America Dominates Global Body Worn Insect Repellent Market
Geographically, North America dominates the global body worn insect repellent market, followed closely by Asia Pacific. The U.S. is the biggest contributor to the overall revenue earned by the North American body worn insect repellent market. This share is attributable to the increasing awareness about health and the diseases that can be caused by insect bites.