Growth Opportunities for Functional Ingredients in Personal Care

Growth Opportunities for Functional Ingredients in Personal Care

Innovations in Biosurfactants and Natural Preservatives Changing Industry Dynamics

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31-Aug-2020
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Research Code: D9BC-01-00-00-00
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Surfactants and preservatives are key functional ingredients in personal care applications that have attracted significant attention from consumers and regulatory bodies in recent years. This is attributed to the challenges faced by the conventional surfactants and synthetic preservatives including adverse effects of these products on the consumers’ health and environment. Also, necessary regulatory changes have led to a spurt of innovations in this space. This has contributed to the development of biosurfactants and natural preservatives derived from natural sources that are easily biodegradable, do not produce toxic residues, have higher biocompatibility, are not carcinogenic and do not cause dermal, developmental and reproductive toxicity.
Biosurfactants, particularly alkyl polyglucosides such as caprylyl/capryl glucoside, coco glucoside, and glycolipids including rhamnolipids and sophorolipids have witnessed increased research and development activities.
Among natural preservatives, plant extracts, essential oils, organic acids, aromatic alcohols and their blends have seen significant innovations. In addition to new product development, this space has also been witnessing partnerships and acquisitions aimed at providing enhanced product portfolio to the companies and also growth opportunities in new geographies.

Table of Contents

1.1 THE STRATEGIC IMPERATIVE 8™

1.2 THE STRATEGIC IMPERATIVE 8™

1.3 THE IMPACT OF THE TOP THREE STRATEGIC IMPERATIVES ON FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS IN THE PERSONAL CARE INDUSTRY

1.4 ABOUT THE GROWTH PIPELINE ENGINETM

1.5 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES FUEL THE GROWTH PIPELINE ENGINE™

2.1 RESEARCH SCOPE

2.2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2.3 KEY FINDINGS-SURFACTANTS

2.4 KEY FINDINGS-PRESERVATIVES

3.1 FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS ARE VITAL FOR DETERMINING THE LOOK AND FEEL OF PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS

3.2 SEGMENTATION OF FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS USED IN PERSONAL CARE

3.3 GREEN CHEMISTRY INNOVATIONS, ROBUST RESEARCH FUNDING AND STRONG INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS OBSERVED IN THE SURFACTANTS AND PRESERVATIVES SPACE

4.1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL ATTRIBUTES MAKE SURFACTANTS ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS IN PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS

4.2 CHARGE ON POLAR COMPONENTS DETERMINES THE SURFACTANTS CATEGORY

4.3 ISSUES RELATED TO SKIN AND EYE IRRITATION IMPACTING THE USE OF CONVENTIONAL ANIONIC AND AMPHOTERIC SURFACTANTS

4.4 COMPATIBILITY AND STABILITY ISSUES HAMPERING ADOPTION OF CONVENTIONAL CATIONIC AND NON-IONIC SURFACTANTS

4.5 CHANGING CONSUMER CHOICE TOWARDS BIOSURFACTANTS ARISING DUE TO THE LIMITATIONS OF CONVENTIONAL SURFACTANTS

4.6 USE OF NATURAL SOURCES ALLOWS BIOSURFACTANTS TO ADDRESS DRAWBACKS OF CONVENTIONAL SURFACTANTS

4.7 BIOSURFACTANTS FROM PLANT-BASED SOURCES HAVE HIGH COMMERCIAL ADOPTION

4.8 SURFACTANTS DERIVED FROM PLANT-BASED SOURCES WITNESSING ACCEPTANCE AMONG CONSUMERS

4.9 SURFACTANTS PRODUCED FROM MICROBIAL STRAINS GAINING TRACTION

5.1 BIOCOMPATIBLE AND BIODEGRADABLE SURFACTANTS THAT HAVE LOW TOXICITY AND POSSESS ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES ARE IN FOCUS

5.2 INCREASED FOCUS TOWARDS DEVELOPING MICROBIAL-ORIGIN AND PLANT-DERIVED BIOSURFACTANTS

5.3 ROBUST PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FUNDING TO SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF BIOSURFACTANTS

5.4 ACQUISITIONS, PARTNERSHIPS, AND BROWNFIELD EXPANSIONS ARE FOCUS AREAS FOR THE COMPANIES TO DRIVE GROWTH

5.5 EUROPE IS THE INNOVATION HOTSPOT FOR PERSONAL CARE SURFACTANTS

6.1 COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF BIOSURFACTANTS

7.1 BIO-SOURCED SURFACTANT FOR HAIR CARE APPLICATIONS

7.2 NOVEL PRODUCTION PROCESS FOR DEVELOPING HIGH CONCENTRATION OF RHAMNOLIPIDS

7.3 RHAMNOLIPID BIOSURFACTANT FOR PERSONAL CARE APPLICATIONS

7.4 HIGH-GRADE AND AFFORDABLE RHAMNOLIPID BIOSURFACTANT

7.5 HIGH PERFORMANCE SURFACTIN BIOSURFACTANT

8.1 DIFFERENT MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF THE PRESERVATIVES HELP IN INHIBITING MICROBIAL GROWTH

8.2 THE SOURCE TYPE DETERMINES THE PRESERVATIVE’S CATEGORY

8.3 IMPACT ON HORMONAL FUNCTIONING, ABILITIY TO CAUSE CANCER AND SKIN IRRITATIONS IMPEDING USE OF SYNTHETIC PRESERVATIVES

8.4 HEALTH CONCERNS, REGULATORY BANS AND ADVERSE IMPACT OF THE SYNTHETIC PRESERVATIVES ARE DRIVING DEMAND FOR NATURAL ONES

8.5 NATURAL PRESERVATIVES PROVIDE ENHANCED SAFETY PROFILE AS COMPARED TO SYNTHETIC PRESERVATIVES

8.6 PRESERVATIVES FROM ESSENTIAL OILS HAVE HIGH COMMERCIAL ADOPTION

8.7 PLANT EXTRACTS, ESSENTIAL OILS, AND AROMATIC ALCOHOLS EXHIBIT SIMILAR MECHANISM OF ACTION

8.8 ORGANIC ACIDS AND PRESERVATIVE BLENDS HAVE SIMILAR PH RANGE FOR ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY

9.1 NATURAL PRESERVATIVES THAT HAVE BROAD ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY HAVE BEEN COMMERCIALIZED

9.2 RESEARCH ADVANCES IN NATURAL PRESERVATIVES

9.3 COMPANIES ARE FOCUSING ON PARTNERSHIPS AND ACQUISITIONS TO DRIVE GROWTH

9.4 ASIA IS THE INNOVATION HOTSPOT FOR PRESERVATIVES USED IN PERSONAL CARE

10.1 COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF NATURAL PRESERVATIVES

11.1 NATURAL PRESERVATIVE BLEND SUITABLE FOR ALL TYPES OF SYSTEMS

11.2 NATURAL PRESERVATIVE WITH ANTIOXIDATIVE AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES

11.3 PRESERVATIVE CONSISTING OF A BLEND OF NATURAL ORGANIC ACIDS

11.4 NATURAL PRESERVATIVE WITH WIDE PH AND ELEVATED TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE

12.1 GROWTH OPPORTUNITY: DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED RHAMNOLIPID-PRODUCING STRAINS

12.2 DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED RHAMNOLIPID-PRODUCING STRAINS

12.3 GROWTH OPPORTUNITY: DEVELOPMENT OF PRESERVATIVE BLENDS WITH MULTIPLE INGREDIENTS

12.4 DEVELOPMENT OF PRESERVATIVE BLENDS WITH MULTIPLE INGREDIENTS

13.1 KEY CONTACTS

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Surfactants and preservatives are key functional ingredients in personal care applications that have attracted significant attention from consumers and regulatory bodies in recent years. This is attributed to the challenges faced by the conventional surfactants and synthetic preservatives including adverse effects of these products on the consumers health and environment. Also, necessary regulatory changes have led to a spurt of innovations in this space. This has contributed to the development of biosurfactants and natural preservatives derived from natural sources that are easily biodegradable, do not produce toxic residues, have higher biocompatibility, are not carcinogenic and do not cause dermal, developmental and reproductive toxicity. Biosurfactants, particularly alkyl polyglucosides such as caprylyl/capryl glucoside, coco glucoside, and glycolipids including rhamnolipids and sophorolipids have witnessed increased research and development activities. Among natural preservatives, plant extracts, essential oils, organic acids, aromatic alcohols and their blends have seen significant innovations. In addition to new product development, this space has also been witnessing partnerships and acquisitions aimed at providing enhanced product portfolio to the companies and also growth opportunities in new geographies.
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