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Notox Technologies's

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TRPO Sales vs. its Competitors Q2 2019



Comparing the results to its competitors, Notox Technologies reported Total Revenue decrease in the 2 quarter 2019 year on year by 0 %, despite revenue increase by most of its competitors of 2.83 %, recorded in the same quarter.

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Notox Technologies Corp. recorded net loss , as well as most of its competitors.

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Notox Technologies's Comment on Competitors and Industry Peers


There are currently many products on the market geared towards providing users with a sunless tan. These include bronzers, gels, foams and lotions, all of which can vary dramatically in both quality and price. Based on the research we have conducted, it is our belief that these products can be quite messy and often yield unreliable results. Recently, airbrush or spray tanning products for home use have gained a foothold in the market, but anecdotal evidence suggests that these products can be tricky to apply evenly and can discolor and streak the skin if not used properly. There are also a small number of medical sunless tanning alternatives, but the market for these is extremely limited.

Given the uncertainty associated with applying or using many sunless tanning products, consumers have gravitated to the salon or spa in search of natural looking results. The most popular method of obtaining a sunless tan at these establishments that doesn’t include exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays is through a spray tan. However, this is generally understood to be a costly pursuit, especially over the long term.

A summary of the various options is provided below.

Bronzers, Gels, Foams and Lotions

Bronzers, gels, foams and lotions generally cost between $12 and $65 per bottle. Apart from bronzers, each of these products uses DHA or dihydroxyacetone as an active ingredient in order to create a reaction between the product and dead skin cells to obtain darker looking skin. In our opinion, bronzers, gels, foam and lotions can often be difficult to apply evenly, especially in hard-to-reach places, as they require users to apply the product onto their body using their hands. They frequently streak and discolor the skin if applied incorrectly, as well as leave the hands and nails of users with an undesirable orange hue. Gloves can help but the products often stick to them and create an uneven result.

Lotions can provide a more satisfying application than gels, but because of the moisturizing properties often added to these products they can also clog pores which may not be suitable for users with sensitive skin or who are acne-prone. Lotions also take a longer time to dry and users must wear loose clothing until they have properly dried.

Bronzers are simply a short term solution for a glow. They exist in gel form but often consist of a powder to be applied with a makeup brush. If applied incorrectly we believe that bronzers can look too dark and they also have the drawback of sometimes rubbing off on clothes.

Prominent manufacturers of bronzers, gels, foams and lotions include Banana Boat, Jergens, Hawaiian Tropic and L’Oréal.

Medical Alternatives

There are two drugs available on the market related to sunless tanning. The first of these is canthaxanthin, a colorant commonly used as a food dye. Though the FDA and Heath Canada have approved canthaxanthin as a color additive in foods (see the FDA’s “More on Tanning Products” Safety and Regulatory Information page and Health Canada’s Natural Health Products Ingredients Database), it has not been approved for use as a sunless tanning pill since consumption of large amounts has been linked to liver injury and canthaxanthin retinopathy, a form of retina discoloration.

The second drug is called Melanotan II and is also known as the “Barbie drug”. Basically, it is an injectable that mimics melanin in skin. Although widely available, according to the Canadian Cancer Society both the FDA and Heath Canada have warned the public that the drug has not been tested and should be avoided until further research has been completed to test its possible side effects.


Home Use Airbrushing

Several options have been developed over time for home use airbrushing. Temptu manufactures a portable airbrushing unit that retails for US$305, with each refill costing US$45 per tanning pod. The unit was designed to tan only the face, but we believe many consumers also use it to tan their entire body. Based on our research, we understand that two tanning pods are required for such a tan, which would therefore cost a consumer $90 for one fully-body tan.

Luminess Tan is another manufacturer of airbrush tanning products. It sells a small portable unit for home tanning use that costs US$159 for a starter pack and US$32 for two 1.5oz bottle refills. In our opinion, the primary drawback of the Luminess Tan unit is that consumers need to have a steady hand to apply the product properly and may require a second person to apply it in hard-to-reach areas. We have also been informed that the company’s application wand may become clogged with frequent use.

St. Tropez, Model Co. and Victoria’s Secret, among others, have recently entered the growing “spray tan in a can” market. Their products come in mist form, but without experience we believe that consumers run the risk of leaving streaks from applying them incorrectly. It can also be difficult to access certain parts of the body with sprays, such as the back, and over-spraying can lead to an uneven tan. Users of these products must also keep the nozzle approximately six inches from their skin in order to maintain an even application. “Spray tan in a can” can cost anywhere from US$12 to US$40 per unit.

The SheerTan Sunless Tanning wand provides an attractive option for hard-to-reach areas such as the back. To use the product, consumers must insert the mist into the wand and then move the wand around their body. The wand is bulky and can therefore be challenging to manoeuvre, but the cost is appealing at US$40 for the starter set. However, the price of refills is comparable to others at US$50 for a set of four.

Home Use Spray Tanning

Similar to airbrushing, spray tanning provides consumers with the ability to tan their entire body without having to refill the machines quite as often. Despite our research and industry knowledge, we are not aware of any independent reports or market analysis focused on this specific segment of the sunless tanning market; however, to the best of our knowledge and belief there is only one spray machine available in the Canadian and United States home use market that is somewhat comparable to ours: the ShowerTan system manufactured by RNJ Enterprizes, LLC.

The ShowerTan system is a portable unit that must be used in the shower. The starter unit retails for US$345 and the refills are priced at US$45 for four single-use bottles. In order to use the system, consumers also need to purchase CO2 tanning cartridges at a cost of $23 for 10 cartridges and add both the tanning solution and cartridges to the unit. We believe that the use of CO2 cartridges poses a potential hazard to consumers, and we designed our home mist tanning system differently as a result. ShowerTan also offers bronzing drops to mix into its solution for tan customization purposes.

In our opinion and based on the market research we have conducted, the ShowerTan machine has an industrial feel, is rather bulky and is visually intimidating because of its complexity. In addition, the unit must be cleaned after each use, which adds to the time required to obtain consistent tanning results.

Salon Airbrushing and Spray Tanning

Spray tans and airbrush tans are similar; however, with an airbrush tan a salon or spa technician applies the tanning solution and with a spray tan the consumer enters a private booth and is then sprayed by a machine to obtain a natural looking tan. Although there is little room for error, spray tanning has proven to be consistent and produce reliable results. Unfortunately, the cost can be high as one session from a professional salon or spa generally ranges from $40-120 plus the cost of a touch-up kit. To maintain a tan, a consumer would need to repeat the process every five to 14 days depending on his or her skin and the extent of exfoliation prior to tanning. In urban centers, the cost of professional spray tan maintenance can add up to over $1,000 per year.

With salon airbrushing and spray tanning, privacy can also be an issue since more bashful consumers may be uncomfortable disrobing in a strange place to receive an application. Time must also be considered, as many salons require an appointment and consumers therefore need to plan ahead and organize their schedule. For salon-based sunless tanning alternatives, time and money are the most important factors to consider.

The market for sunless tanning products is highly competitive with respect to performance, quality and price. We anticipate that we will directly compete with those competitors whom we identified above, as well as with other local and regional manufacturers. We may also compete with artificial sunbed tanning establishments and manufacturers and suppliers of similar products and services; however, we do not consider these direct competitors because their processes involve exposing the skin to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays.

In the future, we also may face further competition from new market entrants and possible alliances between existing competitors. Some of our competitors have, or may have, greater financial, marketing and other resources.





*Market share is not actual measurement, only performance comparison of companies which report and operate within the same segment.


TRPO's vs. Competition, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Notox Technologies Corp. TRPO 115 0 0 1
Avon Products Inc AVP 1,352 5,353 -20 33,200
Estee Lauder Companies Inc EL 66,007 14,568 1,824 44,000
The Clorox Company CLX 20,522 6,388 856 7,700
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc IFF 12,730 4,716 361 6,200
Procter & Gamble Co PG 355,553 67,497 -9,243 110,000
Helen Of Troy Ltd HELE 3,738 1,586 171 1,610
Coty Inc. COTY 6,833 9,340 -259 10,600
Enhance Skin Products Inc EHSK 0 0 0 1
Eos Inc. EOIN 0 0 0 3
Inter Parfums Inc IPAR 2,089 699 74 311
Elizabeth Arden Inc RDEN 0 523 17 1,900
Revlon Inc REV 891 2,574 -268 5,700
Bonamour, Inc. BONI 0 0 0 1
Rejuvel Bio-sciences, Inc. NUUU 0 0 0 1
Sensient Technologies Corp SXT 2,810 1,354 147 4,083
Polyone Corp POL 2,412 3,521 142 7,000
Tupperware Brands Corporation TUP 666 1,954 133 13,000
Jubilant Flame International, Ltd JFIL 1 0 0 3
SUBTOTAL 475,719 120,072 -6,064 245,314


             
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