Dermatologicals continues to face competition from beauty products accompanied by healthcare positionings or clinical backing. As consumers become increasingly knowledgeable about their health and how to self-treat various skin conditions, they are starting to search for specific ingredients targeting particular skin conditions.
Environmental factors are expected to support demand for dermatologicals over the forecast period. This is expected to be predominantly driven by climate change boosting prevalence of skin conditions such as athlete’s foot and eczema due to higher temperatures leading to greater sun exposure and sweat.
According to Euromonitor International’s Voice of the Consumer: Health and Nutrition Survey, fielded January to February 2023 (n=21,221), 64% of UK respondents exercised at least weekly in 2023 (down from 66% in 2022). The number still remains notably higher than pre-pandemic respondents (61% in 2019) as the trend of health and wellness continues to resonate strongly with local consumers in a post-pandemic world.
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