Over the years, the cosmetic market has been experiencing significant growth, following the shift in consumption of Chinese consumers. As time goes by, the cosmetic industry is getting more competitive, and those foreign brands that were leading the market now have to face emerging Chinese brands that are fiercer than ever. Even though the high-end cosmetic market in China is considered for some people as saturated, there are still a lot of opportunities for brands that are motivated and eager to enter this very lucrative market. In order to understand the effervescence for high-end cosmetic brands in China, we will explain in this article the advantages and drawbacks of the Chinese market, and we will give your as well some tips and advice to conquer successfully Chinese consumers.
Overview of China High-end Cosmetics market
Over the past decade, Chinese consumers have taken the lead in the cosmetic industry. As the most populous country in the world with 1.4 billion inhabitants, China has been for a long time attracting all of the most famous international brands that wanted to seize the opportunity to expand their activities and conquer Chinese consumers. Registering a steady growth thanks to the rising use of e-commerce platforms as well as the increasing purchasing power of Chinese consumers, the high-end cosmetic industry is one of the fastest-growing and most promising fields in China for the near future, becoming the second-largest market (in value) after the U.S, in terms of cosmetics.
With a 13.8% increase in 2019 compared to 2018, China’s cosmetics market is valued at more than 477 million yuan. On another hand, the monthly retail trade revenue of cosmetics in China has reached 27.22 billion yuan as of April 2021 and accounted for 340 billion yuan during 2020.
Even though the Chinese market witnessed a significant decrease in revenue at the beginning of 2020 following the COVID-19 pandemic, which greatly affected beauty products sales, this industry is seeing a swift recovery as Chinese consumers are more than ever ready to go out again and take care of themselves.
China’s rapid digitalization has greatly contributed to the success of high-end cosmetics
Following China’s rapid digitalization over the past decade, several e-commerce platforms were able to stand out in the Chinese market, grabbing over 782 million users as of 2020, and enabling this enormous spurt of China’s e-commerce sector. This has greatly contributed to online sales in terms of cosmetics, and it has become essential for brands to maintain and increase their online reputation, through social media for example. With the popularity of social platforms such as WeChat, Weibo, Douyin, and Xiaohongshu, users are able to share their experiences with others, which also led to the KOL phenomenon. By partnering with KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders), high-end brands are able to increase their brand awareness as well as attract this tech-savvy population.
Therefore, it is important to underline the fact that online retail has been expanding significantly in recent years, especially after the lockdown. Being now predominant in China, online shopping is expected to reach 80% by 2024, which also means that traditional retail channels such as hypermarkets and department stores are going to lose ground.
What Can Explain the Craze for High-End Cosmetics in China?
As a result of urbanization and modernization, growing disposable income, and social media, the beauty, and cosmetic market is facing a burgeoning demand for higher quality and premium products. Chinese consumers are more than ever paying attention to their appearance, and high-end cosmetics are no longer consider unaffordable products that are accessible only to wealthy people, but they are now part of their daily routine. In China more women are joining the workforce, thus driving the instinct of looking good at the workplace. Moreover, China is a changing market and keeps evolving following the society’s trends.
In 2020, the import value of cosmetics products in China was valued at 20.25 billion U.S. dollars, increasing from 13.23 billion U.S. dollars compared to 2019. In the same year, China exported around 4.2 billion U.S. dollars worth of beauty products globally. With the Chinese market that is evolving, foreign brands have still a lot of opportunities to seize.
For example, even though cosmetics and beauty products were at first mainly used by female consumers, male consumers are now more inclined to use them as part of their daily routine as well. Thus, thanks to its huge population and the craze for high-quality products, China is a good and promising market for high-end cosmetic brands. Chinese consumers want to resemble their idols and celebrities. The appearance in China has become extremely important, and people now enjoy putting on makeup, doing their skincare routine, shopping both online and in brick-and-mortar stores, etc. Consumers’ demand for eco-friendliness products has also increased these past few years.
Chinese consumers are fond of high-end cosmetics
As the demand for cosmetic products is growing at an exponential rate in second and third-tier cities, cosmetics retail is expected to maintain its growth momentum in the near future. In addition, the changing attitude among men towards cosmetics fosters the cosmetic market. From 2013 to 2018, the sales value of men’s grooming products in China increased by 37%, becoming a promising sector for cosmetic brands.
International Brands are Leading China high-end & luxury cosmetics market
It is important to know that for a long time, Chinese consumers were kind of reluctant to use domestic products, following several scandals. Being more cautious of the products’ quality, they always thought that western brands were way better and safer to use than local brands. Benefiting from this trend, several international brands were able to enter the Chinese market, seducing millions of consumers over the years.
As a matter of fact, international brand are dominating the market, with more than 60% of the cosmetics market share in China. However, there are still disparities between foreign brands, as the most popular were one of the first to enter the Chinese market. They are both popular for selling their products directly in China (through e-commerce and physical stores) and they are also attracting Chinese tourists when travelling to other countries.
In terms of market share, it is clear that foreign brand are leading the high-end cosmetic industry in China. According to this graphic, we can see that L’Oréal is paving the way with 3.1% of the market share, followed by Lancôme (which is from L’Oréal), Pechoin, Estée Lauder, and Procter and Gambler (P&G). At the moment, none of China’s domestic brands were able to be among the 5 most popular cosmetic brands in China.
Due to this incredible growth and despite the fierce competition between international brands, the Chinese market is still attracting new cosmetic brands every year. The main foreign investors in this sector in China are mainly from the US, France, Japan, South Korea, and Germany. Even though South Korean brands have benefited from rising popularity among Chinese consumers, they now have to face domestic brands as well as competitors from Japan.
However, the Chinese market is evolving very quickly, leading to the emergence of local brands that are developing high-quality products, and at an affordable price compared to foreign brands.
L’Oréal: The Leading Cosmetics Brand in China
For many years, L’Oréal was able to dominate the Chinese market, expanding its influence overseas. Chinese consumers no longer need to travel to get those products, and can instead directly go to physical stores as well as purchase online. L’Oreal is performing very well regarding its L’Oréal Luxe division and several of its brands like Lancôme and La Roche-Posay are among the top ten most popular brands in China. If we look at its major success when can see that during Singles’ Day, the world’s largest 24h retail and e-commerce festival, L’Oréal became the top selling beauty brand on the e-commerce platform Tmall.
For example, Lancôme was launch in China in the early 90s and was a pioneer brand in its sector. The brand was quickly adopted by the new middle class looking for luxury products. Synonymous with luxury, quality, and results, the brand is now the market leader in terms of high-end cosmetics.
Thanks to successful marketing and advertising campaigns (even though Armand Petitjean said that Lancôme never advertises), and collaborations with the most popular celebrities in the world (models, singers, actors, etc) as well as Chinese celebrities, Lancôme was able to gather consumers’ attention.
Providing beauty products for over 100 million people in China, Lancôme has benefited from the surge in demand of middle and upper classes as well as Millennials. The younger generation that has more purchasing power than their parents are now seeking exceptionally high-quality products, which have a positive social impact. One of Lancôme’s successes is that it was able to listen and adapt to Chinese consumer’s needs. On the other hand, Lancôme’s increasing sales are resulting from Chinese consumers’ daily cosmetics routines that are becoming more sophisticated than before.
Surfing on the trend of Chinese consumers’ daily cosmetics routines that are becoming more sophisticated, La Roche-Posay was able to attract consumers looking for qualitative high-end products. La Roche-Posay is among the 23 brands within the L’Oréal Group, is one of the most popular in China.
Lauched in 2012 by Estée Lauder, Osiao was made especially for Chinese consumers and then asian consumers. The strategy of the US group is quite amazing: They didn’t create a Chinese beauty brand with Western codes (which is for example L’Oréal’s strategy with Yue Sai), but created a beauty brand adaptated to Chinese consumers and their perception of beauty.
Thus, the brand is depicted as the brand of “brightness”, with its signature “to reveal the light of your skin”. Its name has 5 letters, starting and ending with the same letter as to think of it as a momentum of harmony. The product range includes care and food complement. The shop counters refer to traditional Chinese apothecaries. Estée Lauder with Osiao adopted the same approach as Hermès did with Shangxia: developing a high-end brand based on Chinese traditional values.
SkinCeuticals: Chinese Consumers looking High-end Ingredients in cosmetics
As the number one medical aesthetic skincare brand in America, SkinCeutical is also extremely popular in China, with consumers looking for highly qualitative and effective products. Thanks to its medical purposes, it was able to conquer Chinese consumers that are conscious that cosmetics can deteriorate their skin.
Working with leading skin scientists, surgeons, doctors, and the best researchers in the world, each product is put through a vast amount of clinical testing before entering the Chinese market, and this is why it was able to stand out amongst Chinese competitors.
Founded in 1976 by Olivier Baussan, L’Occitane is a French skincare company that is extremely popular worldwide. The company includes several brands such as L’Occitane in Provence, Le Couvent des Minimes, Melvita, L’Occitane au Brésil and Erborian. All of their products are made with natural ingredients.
L’Occitane expanded its business to China in 2005 and currently is one of the most popular luxury cosmetic brands in China and is a Honk-Kong listed company . However, its success in China has an origin and a strategy behind it. Thanks to digital marketing strategies, the French beauty brand is well known among Chinese consumers, and its products are considered some of the best cosmetics in the world. As of 2020, l’Occitane group has 203 stores in Mainland China, and represents 15.8% of the brand’s market share.
As of 2020, the group gross profit margin grew by +82% mainly thanks to its China market where it performed really well on e-commerce platforms (Tmall +30% / JD +50%) but also with the launch of its skincare brand Elemis in 125 Sephora stores. L’Occitane was able to expand its popularity by taking advantage of Chinese social media and trends among young customers, as well as e-commerce platforms such as Tmall.
Back then, l’Occitane decision to open its own flagship store was motivated by a will to have full control over its distribution. Indeed, the products sold by third-party vendors more often than not came from the grey market and were bought outside of China and sold to buyers on Tmall. Direct selling was one of their best decision to attract, reassure and keep Chinese consumers. Not only they have full control over their distribution but they are also protecting the brand from the wrath of customers who would have possibly bought counterfeit from third-party vendors.
SK-II: The Top Japanese Brand
As one of the most profitable brands in terms of cosmetics in China, SK-II is a Japanese cosmetics brand launched in the early 1980s. It is sold and marketed as a premium skincare solution in East Asia as well as North America, Europe, and Australia.
SK-II has rolled out a series of measures to engage with younger generations of consumers through art exhibitions and retail enhancement with the support of digital technology.
- Brand storytelling
For example, SK-II has launched a “Power of Pitera” art exhibition with a collection of works of art that tell the story of its iconic essence Pitera, which is a liquid naturally derived from the yeast fermentation process.
In this way he has been able to exploit his marketing strategy by telling the story of the product creation, increasing consumer involvement. Furthermore, he stressed the use of natural products, which as we said earlier, are very important for today’s Chinese consumers.
The brand also used the Chinese actress Tang Wei as a brand ambassador. With a bold and sincere closeup of Tang’s face, the artwork aims to showcase the transformation to clear skin that millions of women have experienced with Pitera.
- Taking advantage of Digitalization
All our lives today, from the moment we wake up to the time we go to sleep, are accompanied by technological devices, especially for Chinese consumers. That’s why SK-II is focused on digital strategy by increasing its brand awareness and selling its products on Chinese apps like Wechat, Xiaohongshu, and Weibo.
What are the trends in terms of Luxury cosmetics in china?
The Chinese society is constantly evolving according to societal trends as well as celebrities’ influence. Over the years, we can say that the high-end cosmetic sector has shifted toward more eco-responsable brands. On the other hand, it has also benefited from oversea trends such as the K-phenomenon and the hype around South Korean brands.
South Korean Brands
Thanks to its attractivity and popularity among Chinese consumers, South Korea’s cosmetic industry is by far the most lucrative one in China. Indeed, the direct online sales transaction value from South Korea to China was worth more than 4,9 trillion South Korean won (US$4,39 billion) as of 2020. Of course, you have to take into account that brands also have brick-and-mortar stores all across China.
The Popularity of ‘Organic & Green’ Cosmetics
More and more high-end brands tried to position themselves as green brands only using natural products. Chinese consumers love this kind of product as they are now more conscious of the importance of protecting the environment as well as their environmental footprint. At the last China Beauty Expo Tradeshow in Shanghai, many international and Chinese brands used this argument during their speech. You can have a look here.
Threats for foreign cosmetics brands in China
Even though the market is still lucrative for foreign brands, it is also important to underline the fact that political and economic tensions have arisen between China and other countries such as Korea and the U.S in the past few years. Following the Covid-19 pandemic, many Chinese consumers have shifted from foreign brands to local brands. Their habits have changed along with the marketing strategies that were used during the pandemic.
Furthermore, foreign brands still have a lot to learn from domestic brands when it comes to localization, innovation, and mastering online platforms as well as Chinese social media. For example, Chinese brands Florasis and Perfect Diary were able to stand out thanks to their creative approach, advertising, and marketing strategies on social media. Don’t forget that the Chinese market is growing fast and that domestic brands are ready to take over the lead in many industries, especially in the cosmetic one.
How to stand out among Chinese (& internationnal) competitors?
In order to stand out in this industry, you will have to be creative, create unique products, be competitive in terms of price and quality, and most importantly, create brand awareness. You will have to take advantage of the fact that you have a western brand with higher quality products. Moreover, don’t forget to analyze the Chinese market and your future competitors. Finding the right partners can be the key to success, so do not hesitate to contact us if you want our experts to help you.
How to seduce Chinese Luxury Cosmetics consumers?
Even though the hype of foreign cosmetics have been lasting for over a decade, having a physical store in China is not sufficient anymore. You’ll have to adapt to the Chinese market and take advantage of digital tools. Be careful of your brand’s representation online as it will be the first thing Chinese consumers will see.
- Adapt your marketing campaigns
Advertisements are everywhere in China: on the bus, metro, train station, buildings, stores, commercial centers, bakeries, and so on. However, following China’s digitalization and its tech-savvy population, the best way to promote your business is to create social media accounts. You will then be able to advertize effectively your products in the Chinese market. To stand out, you need to know Chinese consumers’ tastes and adapt your product to their needs.
- Localized and original packaging
Several high-end cosmetics products are launched every day in China. The competition is tough and your competitors are going to be creative and innovative. Thus, you have to be quicker than them, creating more creative packaging. To stand out you must choose a packaging that will attract their attention: focus on the colors, the way to open the package, the size, the material used, etc.
You should also prepare special packages for events such as the Chinese New Year, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, and of course, Single’s Day (also known as 11.11). Indeed, special events in China are the best moment to sell your products quickly, and the major part of your annual sales will depend on these events.
- Win their trust through KOLs
You have to know that in order to promote your products, one of the best ways to attract consumers and increase your sales is to partner with a KOL (Key Opinion Leader). As a matter of fact, Chinese consumers will be more likely to trust a KOL than an advertisement. That’s why doing partnerships with KOLs is a good strategy to gain visibility on the market and win Chinese consumers’ trust.
- Create your community on social networks
Having an official account on social networks is mandatory when implementing your brand in China! Be careful, foreign app such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc are not available in China. You will have to use Chinese social media to promote your products and your company.
How to sell your high-end cosmetics in China?
When entering the Chinese market, it is important to take into account that this industry is very lucrative and that you’ll have to be prepare to face more competition than anywhere else in the world. So, you are now probably wondering what is the best way to sell your high-end cosmetics in China? In fact, the choice of the channel of distribution will mostly depend on your budget, but also according to your marketing strategies.
Luxury Cosmetics Brands are doing great on Chinese E-commerce platforms
As mentioned earlier in this article, following China’s rapid digitalization over the past decade, several e-commerce platforms are considered essential for brands that want to enter the Chinese market, grabbing over 782 million users as of 2020, and enabling this enormous spurt of China’s e-commerce sector. Thus, it is important for cosmetic brands to sell their products on these platforms.
Tmall: the leading ecommerce apps in China
Founded in 2008 under the famous Alibaba group, Tmall (天猫), is a subsidiary of the e-commerce website Taobao (淘宝网). Its target market is primarily B2C (Business-To-Consumer). Tmall’s concept is ambitious and wise as it allows both local Chinese and international companies to sell their products through the platform in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. Tmall stands out from its competitor’s thanks to its strict standards in terms of quality and renown.
Over the years, Tmall was able to attract the majority of online shoppers, as well as thousands of international brands selling cosmetic products.
Nonetheless, platforms like JD.com and Tmall only accept high-quality products and brands that already have a good reputation in China. The high-end cosmetic products you’ll find on Tmall are most of the time from well-known brands.
JD.com is showing revenue growth for the beauty & cosmetics segments
Founded in 1998 by Liu Qiangdong in Beijing, JD (which stands for Jingdong 京东) was at the beginning only a magneto-optical store, which diversified over the years with electronics, computers, mobile phones, etc. In 2004, it opened its online retail platform and quickly became one of the two massive B2C online retailers in China with its competitor the Alibaba-run Tmall. Now, JD.com is partly owned by the giant Tencent, which has 20% of its stake. As of 2021, JD.com has over 470 million active customers.
Even though JD.com is the reference in terms of electronics and new technologies, it also provides a wide variety of high-end cosmetic products from all around the world.
JD.com has set its standards for online shopping through its commitment to quality, authenticity, and the variety of products it offers. Another asset of JD.com is the delivery time, which is, in general, the same day (or less than 24 hours). People can purchase their cosmetics, and be delivered within a few hours.
Taobao: The Kingdom of cosmetics daigou
Launched in 2003 by the Chinese giant Alibaba, Taobao (淘宝网) is one of the most popular online shopping platforms, specialized in both B2C and C2C transactions, as well as the most popular online entrepreneurship platform, enabling thousands of young entrepreneurs to be successful. It has hundreds of millions of products and service listings, which are really appreciated by Chinese consumers. As of 2019, it has 300 million daily active users and 668 million mobile monthly active users. Taobao accounts for nearly 60% of the total e-commerce sales in China.
Many high-end cosmetic brands are using Taobao to sell their products. However, it is also worth mentioning that there are lots of fakes and counterfeiting in China. That’s why Chinese consumers tend to be more cautious when buying cosmetics.
If you want more information about Taobao, read our Guide to Selling on Taobao
Xiaohongshu: THE App for Selling High-end and Luxury Cosmetics in China
Founded in 2013, Xiaohongshu (小红书) also known as ‘The Little Red Book’ and ‘RED’, is a social media and one of the world’s largest community e-commerce platforms. Over the years, it has grown to become China’s foremost shopping platform in terms of beauty, fashion and luxury products. As of 2021, Xiaohongshu is boasting over 300 million registered users and 85 million monthly active users. It was also valued at more than USD 3 billion in 2018 and has the support of giants like Alibaba, Tencent, Zhenfund, Genesis Capital, etc.
Xiaohongshu (aka RED) is not just a social media app, users can also purchase on it. As a specialized app for cosmetics and having 80% of its users being young Chinese women, Xiaohongshu benefits from powerful word-of-mouth. With users mostly relying on KOLs recommendations instead of just buying products from famous international brands, high-end brands have to conquer KOLs first if they want to attract quickly Chinese consumers.
Some tips and advice to succeed on Chinese e-commerce platforms
- Be active: you need to be active on e-commerce websites as well as on social media. JD and Tmall require businesses to be active, by optimizing and redesigning their online store, managing your ads, optimize your traffic, etc. It is also important to take part in special events (Single’s day, Golden Week, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, etc) in order to boost your sales and gain visibility.
- Be responsive: the majority of Chinese consumers like to ask questions about your brand or your product, so you need to be ready to reply to them. For example, it is important to have a WeChat official account, so that they can discuss with you via the online chat. You also have to encourage them to purchase your products by giving them vouchers or e-coupons. Don’t forget that if you’re not responsive enough, Chinese consumers will not hesitate to look for alternatives.
- Be creative: whether it is for advertising or marketing your products, you will need to be creative in order to stand out amongst your competitors. If you want a cost-effective solution, you can start by creating an H5 brochure on WeChat to present your company. There are many ways to create one, however, you can contact us and we’ll create a personalized and creative H5 brochure for you.
Mass distribution & brick-and-mortar stores
As you probably already know, the high-end cosmetic sector in mass distribution is already saturated as many international brands have already been in the Chinese market for years. You will also have to compete with Chinese brands which are already known among consumers, and probably less expensive. However, if you really want to sell your high-end cosmetics via mass distribution, you will first need to build an online presence on the internet and on social media in order to convince people to buy them. Even it can be difficult to gain Chinese consumers’ trust at the beginning, they can still receive advice choosing the right product, try the products with the help of experts, and compare directly in the stores, and that’s why physical stores are still quite popular in China and can lucrative for you according to your budget and strategies.
Building your online reputation in China
As the most digitalized market in the world with over 989 million people connected to the Internet. They are not only connected but highly engaged online. On average, they are spending 6 hours per day on their phone. One of the major keys of China’s digitalization is that Chinese consumers are now looking on search engines and social media in order to have more information about the product and the brand and then purchase online. In a word, they do everything online, and you’ll have to be accustomed to this phenomenon and adapt your advertising strategies accordingly.
Branding is everything in China
Branding is one of the most important aspects in order to conquer the Chinese market, even for pure e-commerce players. Most Chinese consumers want to buy a product because of its brand. Thus, they want to buy premium and reputable brands.
If you want to sell high-end cosmetics in China, you’ll have to promote your brand effectively on the most popular online websites, social media, creating your own website and collaborating with Chinese KOLs. Don’t forget that you are not the only one who wants to conquer Chinese consumers.
Have a Chinese website for your Luxury Skincare brand
Having a Chinese website is mandatory if you want to enter the Chinese market. Of course, you will be able to attract much more Chinese consumers than having a website in English. Having a Chinese website is also necessary if you want to appear on search engines like Baidu.
As the most popular search engine in China by far, Baidu simply is a step you can’t skip in China. However, increasing your website’s ranking on Baidu requires a slightly different way of thinking about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) compared to what you might be used to with Google. Considered as the “Chinese Google”, Baidu is the most popular Chinese Search Engine and stands as the 5th most consulted website in the world. As of 2021, it represents 71.9% of the Chinese market share. You can also advertise on Baidu with pay-per-click ads for example.
Baidu is an opening window to enter the Chinese market as consumers will do their research on it in order to discover your brand. If you are not visible through the first pages, you won’t probably get much traffic. That’s why working on Baidu’s SEO is as important as setting up your e-commerce online shop. In order to do it successfully without wasting too much time, you can contact specialized experts such as GMA. We have helped many companies increase successfully their rank on Baidu, gaining much traffic, and thus, much more clients.
Promote your High-end Skincare through Chinese social media
Introduced in 2011 by Tencent, WeChat is one of China’s top tech companies. With one billion monthly active users, it is the most popular messaging app in China but it also has a large ecosystem of services. Thanks to WeChat, you will be able to create H5 Brochures, promote your products through Wechat moments, etc.
Worldwide, WeChat is one of the leading social networks, ranking sixth in terms of active user number, becoming a lucrative marketing platform with its plethora of different functionalities. Its success relies on the fact that Wechat was able to integrate almost all the features that made the success of the world’s most popular networks.
Launched in 2009 by the Chinese technology company Sina Corporation (新浪), Weibo (微博) is one of the biggest social media platforms in China. As its name indicates (“micro-blog”), Weibo provides micro-blogging services and is often compared to Twitter. However, it has evolved into a microblogging hybrid with Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit, and YouTube over the years.
As of 2021, Weibo has 56.8% of the Chinese microblogging market in terms of active users, and 86.6% in terms of browsing time over Chinese competitors such as Tencent and Baidu. It has more than 511 monthly active users and millions of posts per day, making it the largest Chinese-language mobile portal. Almost all Chinese millennials are using this social app in order to follow celebrities, KOLs, brands, read news, etc.
With the majority of foreign brands having an official account on Weibo, you will probably have to consider creating an official account on Weibo. To do so, you can contact us and our team will take care of it.
Launched in 2016 and developed by the Chinese tech firm Beijing Bytedance, Douyin quickly became one of the fastest-growing short video apps in China. This sharing video platform allows users to watch and create short videos with music in the background, stickers, and animations thanks to easy-to-use video creation tools. As the most popular short-platform video in China, Douyin is a wonderful social media if you want to advertize your products and attract a lot of Chinese consumers. However, publishing on Douyin does not mean that it will increase your visibility. You will have to be creative in order to stand out among your competitors.
Douyin has greatly contributed to the development of the Chinese market in terms of innovations, new technologies, and means of communication. It has changed the way of advertising, with the rising popularity of sales agents on Douyin, but mostly to the emergence of KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders). Douyin was able to break ground in terms of marketing strategies and communication between brands and consumers. Moreover, since 2021, brands have the possibility to create their own flagship store directly on Douyin.
Learn more about Douyin’s Flagship Stores
Contact us to sell your high-end cosmetics in China
With China being the world’s biggest market in terms of cosmetics, many brands are trying to enter the Chinese market in order to conquer a wide audience. However, as demonstrated in this article, you will have to understand all of its subtleties in order to successfully manage to attract customers and stay in the long term.
Collaborating with an agency specialized in the Chinese market is the best way to achieve your goal and increase your Return On Investment. As all companies are different, the marketing and advertising strategy must be tailored according to their needs and within their financial means. Proud of the success of the companies we have helped over the years, we know exactly what a company needs.
As a Digital Marketing Agency established in China for almost 10 years, we were able to break through the Chinese market, helping hundreds of foreign brands entering the Chinese market. Proud of the success of our collaboration over the years, we are constantly trying to help brands expand their activities in China. So, if you are interested or if you have questions about the cosmetic market in China, do not hesitate to contact us and we will reply within 24 hours.