Reasons for increasing skincare expenditure in China as of 2017

This statistic presents the results of a survey about the main drivers for growing skincare spending in China as of 2017. During the survey period, around 28 percent of Chinese respondents who increased their spending on skincare in the past one year said that a "minor upgrade", i.e., purchasing more expensive products of the same brand, was the main reason for higher expenses on skincare.

Leading drivers for increasing skincare spending in China as of 2017

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Release date

June 2018



Survey time period


Number of respondents

2,581 respondents

Special properties

those who increased their skincare spending in the past one year

Supplementary notes

Survey question:
What has been the predominant change in how you spend money on skincare products in the past one year?

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