Growth Opportunities Defining the Future of Skincare Technologies

Growth Opportunities Defining the Future of Skincare Technologies

Demand for Ingredients with Proven Efficacy and Clinical Evidence Drives Advances in Skin Brightening and Anti-aging Product Segments

RELEASE DATE
18-May-2023
REGION
Global
Deliverable Type
Technology Research
Research Code: DA92-01-00-00-00
SKU: CM02029-GL-TR_27689
AvailableYesPDF Download

$4,950.00

Special Price $4,455.00 save 10 %

In stock
SKU
CM02029-GL-TR_27689

$4,950.00

$4,455.00save 10 %

DownloadLink
ENQUIRE NOW

Description

The skincare industry is evolving, with stakeholders looking for new ingredients with established biocompatibility and proven efficacy for skin lightening and anti-aging and those in the exploratory stage. Ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, phytoextracts, vitamins, antioxidants, AHAs, and probiotics are emerging as promising actives capable of healing the skin or inhibiting melanogenesis for anti-aging and lightening respectively, especially those that naturally occur or require minimal processing. R&D teams of personal care companies seek to speed up extraction and processing of plant and marine-based actives as well as expand the potential of ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which can act as a molecular sponge holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water for skin hydrating and anti-aging benefits. Researchers test probiotics and genobiotics for their ability to restore skin pH, reduce oxidative stress, and combat the effects of sun damage from UV light. Amino acids and peptides, coenzyme Q10, botanical and marine ingredients, and vitamins are other ingredients also gaining traction in the market.

To answer whether these ingredients represent the future of sustainable skincare requires companies to adopt biotechnology processes and fermentation processes that do not compromise efficacy. Companies are investigating simulation or mimicking natural processes in a fully controlled manner using plant, microbiological, or cellular-based ingredients. Skincare companies also leverage technology licensing and partnerships with research institutes and start-ups to develop ingredients that can bridge the gap between science and traditional medicine.

The study sheds light on technology and industry trends, stakeholder ecosystems and technical aspects of emerging ingredients, and viable growth opportunities for developing skin brightening and anti-aging product segments.

RESEARCH: INFOGRAPHIC

This infographic presents a brief overview of the research, and highlights the key topics discussed in it.
Click image to view it in full size

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure on Growth

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Technologies Influencing the Future of Skincare

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Skin Brightening Trends Focus on Improving the Performance of Singular High-performance Ingredients

Anti-aging Skincare Trends Focus on Multifunctional, Robust, and High-performance Ingredients and At-home Technologies

Skincare Products With Potentially Negative Impacts of Cytotoxicity and Ingredient Insolubility

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Research Scope

Research Scope and Key Questions the Study Will Answer

Anti-aging and Brightening Skincare Ingredients Show Strong Patent Growth

Explorative Research in Conjugation and Botanicals for New Ingredient Development Can Help Address Issues

Factors Influencing Ingredients Development and Adoption

Regulatory Scenario

Key Regulations and Standards Focusing on Ingredient Safety

Amino Acids and Synthetic Peptides Overcoming Melasma Effects

CoQ10 Inhibiting the Synthesis of B16 Cell Melanin

Marine Ingredients with Antioxidants Inhibiting Melanin Formation

Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Postbiotics Balancing Skin Microbiome

Botanical Ingredients Suppressing Melanin Formation Without Harming the Skin

Vitamins for Skin Nutrition and Brightening via Exfoliation

Nanocapsules and Additives Delivering Ingredients for Brightening

New Exploratory Ingredients for Skin Lightening

Although Hydroquinone Remains Dominant, New Brightening Ingredients are Emerging

HA Replenishing Skin Moisture for Anti-aging

CoQ10 Improving Enzymatic Activity for Cell Energy Synthesis

AHAs Working at Epidermal and Dermal Levels to Treat Wrinkles

Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Postbiotics Combating Free Radicals

Botanical Ingredients with Antioxidant Properties Reversing Skin Aging

Ceramides Creating a Barrier to Maintain Skin’s Moisture

Vegan and Animal Collagen Supporting Skin Elasticity and Hydration

Research on New Ingredients in Skincare to Reverse Skin Aging

HA and CoQ10 are the Most Promising Ingredients

Investors Bet Big on Skin Brightening and Anti-aging Ingredients to Reinforce Sustainability in Cosmetics

VC and IPO Strategies Prominent in Skin Brightening and Anti-aging Owing to Potential Unicorns Innovating in the Space

Funding Primarily Targets New Ingredient Innovation

Skincare Companies Prominent Beneficiaries of Ingredients Research

Private Funding and Grants from Governments Encourage the Development of High-performance Ingredients in Skincare

Cosmetics Ingredients Sector Will Become More Digitized and Personalized in the Next 5 Years

Apart from Ingredients, Technology and Digitalization Will Play a Pivotal Role in Delivering Flawless Skin

Growth Opportunity 1: Delivery Technologies Using Innovative Materials and Approaches for the Targeted Release of Ingredients

Growth Opportunity 1: Delivery Technologies Using Innovative Materials and Approaches for the Targeted Release of Ingredients (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Senotherapeutics to Improve Anti-aging and Nourish the Skin at Genetic Levels

Growth Opportunity 2: Senotherapeutics to Improve Anti-aging and Nourish the Skin at Genetic Levels (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Emergence of Non-Invasive Technologies, including HIFU, Stem Cell Therapies, and Q-Switch Lasers in Skin Brightening

Growth Opportunity 3: Emergence of Non-invasive Technologies, including HIFU, Stem Cell Therapies, and Q-Switch Lasers, in Skin Brightening (continued)

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

Legal Disclaimer

The skincare industry is evolving, with stakeholders looking for new ingredients with established biocompatibility and proven efficacy for skin lightening and anti-aging and those in the exploratory stage. Ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, phytoextracts, vitamins, antioxidants, AHAs, and probiotics are emerging as promising actives capable of healing the skin or inhibiting melanogenesis for anti-aging and lightening respectively, especially those that naturally occur or require minimal processing. R&D teams of personal care companies seek to speed up extraction and processing of plant and marine-based actives as well as expand the potential of ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which can act as a molecular sponge holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water for skin hydrating and anti-aging benefits. Researchers test probiotics and genobiotics for their ability to restore skin pH, reduce oxidative stress, and combat the effects of sun damage from UV light. Amino acids and peptides, coenzyme Q10, botanical and marine ingredients, and vitamins are other ingredients also gaining traction in the market. To answer whether these ingredients represent the future of sustainable skincare requires companies to adopt biotechnology processes and fermentation processes that do not compromise efficacy. Companies are investigating simulation or mimicking natural processes in a fully controlled manner using plant, microbiological, or cellular-based ingredients. Skincare companies also leverage technology licensing and partnerships with research institutes and start-ups to develop ingredients that can bridge the gap between science and traditional medicine. The study sheds light on technology and industry trends, stakeholder ecosystems and technical aspects of emerging ingredients, and viable growth opportunities for developing skin brightening and anti-aging product segments.
More Information
Deliverable Type Technology Research
Author Sanchari Chatterjee
Industries Chemicals and Materials
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Skincare Market Growth
Keyword 2 Future of Skincare Technologies
Keyword 3 Skin Care Products Market
Podcast No
WIP Number DA92-01-00-00-00