The covid-19 pandemic has affected all industries globally, which include consumer products (CP), which has seen
significant interruption in recent times. In the midst of boundless wellbeing concerns, travel limitations, and
neighborhood development impediments, organizations in worldwide are as of now feeling the warmth. However,
this pandemic has affected a some category more than others have. Fundamental items Beauty skin care products,
home and hygiene products and packages food items are less affected. It can be said that the demand for sanitation
production and construction has increased due to this epidemic. These mainly include hand sanitizers, soaps, masks,
home care products, and sanitary napkins. This paper discuss about the impact of this outbreak on the personal care
industry. And will also discuss that how they are affecting the human life.
the most noticeable countries which are worst affected
with this pandemic are US, India, Spain, China, Italy, France and Germany
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