Research has revealed the connection between microbiome and skin health. Imbalanced skin microbiome can result in various skin issues, including acne, eczema and dryness. Incorporating the microbiome-infused concept in beauty and personal care products is poised to expand as consumers increasingly seek comprehensive wellbeing and transparency on ingredients. Here, we outline five opportunities in microbiome care, which are set to introduce fresh prospects within the industry.
Healthy living and longevity are prized by consumers in Asia Pacific and the dietary products industry is poised for transformative growth, with a particular focus on the ageing population. The demand for nutritional solutions tailored to the unique needs of older adults has never been greater. This article examines five prospects within dietary products, each strategically aimed at addressing the health and wellness concerns of the maturing population across Asia Pacific.
Today’s male beauty consumers are increasingly informed and sophisticated, bolstered by dynamic sociocultural influences that are transforming gendered beauty norms. Self-care narratives partnered with curiosity in ingredient-led beauty are encouraging more men to invest in and expand their grooming routines.
In recent years, sun protection has become a part of consumers’ holistic wellness routines, with multifunctional products becoming increasingly relevant. As a result, the beauty and personal care industry has witnessed a wave of new hybrid products, particularly SPF moisturisers, primers, and lip balms. Euromonitor International expects to see premiumisation and elevated claims in skin care and sun care, as they increasingly compete for the same target consumer.
Ayurveda is evolving with increasing emphasis on ingredient-led product positioning in the beauty industry, with premium Ayurvedic products more readily accepted in the country due to a growing focus on natural, tailor-made product offerings. Ayurvedic brands are growing their opportunities through fusion products that combine the best of Ayurvedic and derma ingredients—a concept which is expected to hold great significance for the coming years.
Women’s Health has been identified by industry leaders and through Euromonitor International’s global analyst network as one of the most commercially relevant themes across a wide range of consumer-facing industries, including health, beauty, nutrition, feminine care and lifestyle sectors.