The findings reviewed by GME stated that the Global Body Worn Insect Repellent Market will expand with a CAGR value of 8.8% from 2021 to 2026. Increasing incidences of infectious diseases being spread through insects and the growing number of travelers are expected to increase the demand for body-worn insect repellents.
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Key Market Insights
· Body-worn insect repellents are used to prevent insect bites and reduce their harmful effects like irritations, rashes, and the spread of infectious diseases.
· The increasing investments in research & development activities by body-worn insect repellent vendors to create organic products are expected to increase the demand for body-worn insect repellents.
· Insect and bug bites also emit toxins into the body that can cause pain, inflammation, and propagate disease
· In 2020, the biomarker offline segment was the largest industry shareholder in terms of sales growth.
· The demand for body-worn insect repellents is expected to grow as a result of this issue, especially among the elderly and infant’s populace.
· The demand for body-worn insect repellents is expected to grow as a result of the growth in outdoor activities.
· Larus Pharma Srl, E.I. du Pont de Nemours, and Company; Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc; ExOffcio LLC; Insect Shield, LLC; Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc.; Godrej Group; AgraCo Technologies International, LLC; Tender Corporation; and S.C. Johnson & Sons, Inc., among others, are the major vendors competing in the body-worn insect repellent market.
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Products Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2021-2026)
· Oils & Creams
· Stickers & Patches
Distribution Channel Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2021-2026)
Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2021-2026)
Rest of Europe
Rest of APAC
Central & South America
Rest of CSA
Middle East & Africa
Rest of MEA
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Body Worn Insect Repellent Market: Insights
Oils, creams, pads, clothing, and stickers that may be sprayed or worn on the body to repel insects are
often referred to as body-worn insect repellents. Insect and bug bites also emit toxins into the body
that can cause pain, inflammation, and propagate diseases. As per the World Health Organization,
vector-borne diseases are responsible for 17% of all infectious diseases. Malaria is a parasitic
infectious disease spread by mosquitoes. Malaria has been estimated to cause 219 million cases
worldwide leading to an estimated 4,00,000 deaths annually, many of whom are children. Dengue
fever is a mosquito-borne infectious disease. Dengue cases are estimated to be around 96 million and
cause over 40,000 deaths annually. Across 129 counties, over 3 billion people are at risk of contracting
dengue. Other diseases that can be spread by insects are chikungunya, zika virus, yellow fever, West
Nile fever, Japanese encephalitis, tick-borne encephalitis, Chagas, leishmaniasis, and schistosomiasis.
These diseases are preventable through protective measures. Body-worn insect repellents are an
excellent form of protection against contracting such vector-borne diseases.
Body-worn insect repellents inhibit the insect's ability to identify sweat and breath essentially
disorienting the insect and thereby preventing them from biting. Insect repellents, vaporizers, and
incenses have also been used in the past to prevent the transmission of infectious infections by
insects. In recent years, there has been a growing concern about the harmful effects of such methods
on the respiratory system.
This growing concern is expected to increase the demand for body-worn insect repellents in the
market. The effects of the vaporizers and sprays on the respiratory system are exaggerated in the case
of the elderly and infants who have lower immunity and weaker protecti