As per the new report published by Fact.MR, the global Skin Benefits Agents Market is set to surpass 23,400 tonnes in terms of volume by 2026, reflecting above-average CAGR between 2017 and 2026. Rising level of awareness about skincare among consumers all over the world is fuelling the demand for skin benefit agents. Skin is one of the important parts of the body and needs constant care being the foremost layer. Human skin is fragile and sensitive, hence, can easily develop condition such as skin blemishes, dryness, oiliness, acne, allergy, etc. Modern consumers are increasingly seeking for skin care therapies, potions and remedies that help them maintain their skin or event improve it.
Consumers around the globe are becoming increasingly conscious about their skin. It is, after all, one of the most important parts of the human body. Blemishes, wrinkles and acne are some of the common skin problems. People constantly scout for remedies and potions that can effectively address the various issues associated with skin. While most consumers try to maintain a good skin care routine, others seek out skin care products that can make their skin flawless. Most rightly so, as the skin act as barrier that protects underlying tissues from infection, desiccation and external stress. The aforementioned factors are reflecting favourably on the demand for skin benefit agents worldwide. In terms of volume, the global skin benefits agent market is set to increase at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period (2017-2026) and reach more than 23,400 Tonnes.
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Increasing spending on skin care all over the world is encouraging skin care brands to rev up research and development activities to introduce more efficient skin benefit agents. Therefore, companies are coming with new productions in order to reach diverse markets. Specific products are being launched to cater to various skin types and age groups. Today, consumers from different backgrounds buy skin care products. Moreover, the consumer needs may also differ depending on the region they belong and age group they represent. While teens may purchase products that help reduce acne, more mature may want anti-aging products. Skin benefit agents can be used to treat these condition as well as help in preserving the skin to its natural condition and to objectively improve the skin condition as well as to protect the skin. In the forthcoming years, use of skin benefiting agents in preparing cosmetics is expected to increase owing to their innate properties that protect the skin from harsh climatic conditions such as cold temperature, ultraviolet rays, low humidity and or even biological and chemical irritants in form of household dust, microorganisms and mechanical strain.
In terms of volume, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) is expected to dominate the global skin benefit agents market in 2017, and the trend is likely to continue throughout the forecast period. APEJ’s skin benefit agents market is projected growing at a CAGR of 5.8% between 2017 and 2026.
By the end of 2026, more than 5,500 tonnes of beta-hydroxy acids are expected to be sold worldwide. In terms of volume, global sales of beta-hydroxy acids currently accounts for over 22% market share. Over the course of the forecast period, 445.9 tonnes of beta-hydroxy acids are likely to be sold annually.
Demand for active agents is expected to remain relatively higher than additives throughout the assessment period. A large percentage of skin care products contain active agents owing to their exceptional properties. During the forecast period, more than 16,400 tonnes of active agents are likely to be used.
Some of the leading companies operating in the global skin benefit agent market include BASF SE, Akzonobel N.V., Clariant AG, Sederma Inc., Evonik Industries AG, Procter & Gamble Co., L’oreal, Unilever, Avon Products, and Beiersdorf A.G.
Key Takeaways from the Report Include:
- Among regions, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) is expected to remain highly attractive market for skin benefit agents in 2017 and beyond. This is primarily owing to increasing use of cosmetic and skin care products among consumers in the region. In terms of volume, the market in APEJ is projected to increase at 5.8% CAGR during the assessment period.
- Based on product type, the beta-hydroxy AcidS is expected to hold to top position over 2026. Currently, the segment account for more than 22% market share in terms of volume. Towards the end of forecast period, the segment is estimated to surpass 5,500 tonnes, reflecting a CAGR of 5.9%.
- On the basis of functionality, the active agents segment will continue to outperform the additive segment in the forthcoming years. By 2026-end the active agent segment is expected to command for close to two-third market share in terms of volume.
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