Publication Month: Mar 2022 |
Report Code: TIPRE00027434
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| Category: Consumer Goods
| Status: Published
No. of Pages 162
Skincare products are a range of products that help maintain skin integrity, improve attractiveness, and relieve skin disorders. These are applied to the skin to prevent premature aging, acne, and black patches. Skincare products include creams, lotions, and powders that nourish and improve the quality of the skin. These products are used regularly by both men and women for various purposes, such as moisturizing, hydrating, and cleansing. Organic and herbal skincare products have been popular in recent years. This is because people are aware of the harmful effects of synthetic chemicals on the skin. Ingredients originating from natural sources, such as leaf extracts and root extracts, are safe for the skin because they have no harmful effects.
Asia Pacific held the largest share of the global skincare products market in 2020 and is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period. Asia Pacific is one of the largest personal care and beauty products markets. People in the region heavily focus on skin care and prefer products that improve the skin. Skincare products are believed to enhance skin strength and elasticity and enhance the appearance of dry and damaged skin, making the skin soft, supple, and wrinkle-free. Thus, the growth of the personal care industry in the region and increase in demand for products that provide functional benefits to the skin are the key factors driving the skincare products market across Asia Pacific.
|Market Size Value in||US$ 115,386.46 million in 2021|
|Market Size Value by||US$ 213,363.09 million by 2028|
|Growth rate||CAGR of 9.2% from 2021 to 2028.|
|Forecast Period||2021- 2028|
|No. of Pages||162|
|No. of Tables||114|
|No. of Charts & Figures||90|
|Historical data available||Yes|
|Segments covered||Product Type, Category, End User, and Distribution Channel|
|Regional scope||North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; Latin America; MEA|
|Country scope||US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Argentina|
|Report coverage||Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends|
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The COVID-19 pandemic affected many industries due to nationwide lockdowns, business shutdowns, and supply chain disruptions. There was a mixed impact of the pandemic on the skincare products market. Initially, due to lockdowns and business shutdowns, manufacturers suffered from a shortage of raw materials and labor, which affected their production and supply.
Furthermore, many nations are vaccinated, and governments have relaxed the restrictions imposed on manufacturing and trade. These factors are expected to drive the skincare products market over the forecast period. Thus, the COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted the skincare products market.
The growing consciousness among both the young and old consumers regarding their physical appearance has fostered the demand for anti-aging skincare products. Rising awareness among consumers about age-related skin problems such as fine lines, wrinkles, and dull skin, coupled with an increased susceptibility to spend on products that help them demonstrate their skin youthfulness, is expected to drive the market. Anti-aging creams and lotions play an essential role in an individual's life by assisting in preserving a youthful glow and moisturization. Some specially formulated products help the facial skin retain moisture, firmness, and elasticity, thus, preventing wrinkles and lines. People are highly concerned about their facial appearance and do not shy away from spending exorbitantly on such products, which is a key factor driving the segment.
Furthermore, with the growing concerns over animal welfare and the environment, several consumers are choosing cruelty-free products, which has increased the demand for vegan or plant-based ingredient fuse in skincare products. New product launches and innovations are expected to drive the market. For instance, in January 2019, Drunk Elephant launched A-Passioni vegan anti-wrinkle cream with vegan and gluten-free ingredients that restore the skin for a youthful look. Although the anti-aging products have normally been distributed by departmental stores, specialty stores have made them more reachable and widely available. These products are also being sold through online stores, salons, spas, specialty retail shops, and direct response television such as infomercials and home shopping channels.
Based on product type, the skincare products market is segmented into creams and lotions, cleansers, serums, and others. The creams and lotions segment held the largest share of the global skincare products market during the forecast period. Lotions and creams are skincare products used to keep the skin moisturized. Both products are made with a combination of oil and water. However, there is a difference in oil and water content percentages. In lotions, oil droplets are mixed in the water, and in creams, water droplets are mixed in oil.
Moreover, creams are used for various purposes, such as tan removal, brightening, oil reduction, dark circle removal, and acne removal. Lotions are used for nourishing the skin and preventing sunburns and tanning. Thus, both products have gained significant traction among users and are expected to boost the market growth for the segment during the forecast period.
Based on category, the skincare products market is segmented into organic and conventional. The conventional segment held a larger share in the global skincare products market over the forecast period. Conventional skincare products often consist of synthetic substances such as parabens, triclosan, formaldehyde, and phenoxyethanol. They are potentially irritating and allergenic components developed in a lab. Synthetic chemicals are hazardous to human skin, animals, and plants. Furthermore, the production of traditional skincare products emits a large amount of pollution, leaving a negative carbon footprint on the earth, thereby hindering the segment's growth. However, the easy availability and low cost of conventional skincare products are boosting the skincare products market growth.
Based on distribution channel, the skincare products market is segmented into supermarkets and hypermarkets, specialty stores, online retail, and others. The online retail segment is projected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period. Online retail is one of the fastest-growing distribution channels due to its shopping and product delivery convenience. Online retail stores offer a wide range of products and heavy discounts. Also, consumers can conveniently buy desirable products remotely. Additionally, home delivery service attracts many consumers to shop through e-commerce portals. Moreover, these websites offer comprehensive product information and user reviews, which help buyers compare products and make informed decisions. During the COVID-19 pandemic, online retail channels gained popularity as they offered home delivery services. This factor is expected to boost the skincare products market growth for the online retail segment in the near future.
Based on end-user, the skincare products market is segmented into men, women, and others. The men segment is projected to grow at the fastest CAGR in the global skincare products market over the forecast period. The rising awareness among the male population about good hygiene and regular grooming, increasing product launches, surging celebrity endorsements, and growing disposable income are among the factors boosting the growth of the skincare products market for the men segment. In addition, the willingness to achieve better physical appearance and growth in per capita income are anticipated to bolster the sales of personal care products among the male populace, which is further expected to support the market growth during the forecast period.
The key players operating in the skincare products market include L'Oréal Groupe; Beiersdorf; Shiseido CO., LTD.; Procter and Gamble; Unilever; Himalaya Wellness Company; Lotus Herbals; VLCC Wellness; Avon Products; and Johnson and Johnson Services, Inc. These players are engaged in developing innovative products to meet the emerging consumer trends. Moreover, they are involved in mergers & acquisitions, business expansion, and partnerships to expand their market share globally.