Microbiome Technologies for Nutraceuticals and Personal Care: Technology and Application Analysis

Microbiome Technologies for Nutraceuticals and Personal Care: Technology and Application Analysis

Postbiotics, Psychobiotics, and Topical Probiotics to Drive Growth Strategies in Nutraceuticals and Personal Care Formulations

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28-Jun-2023
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Research Code: DAAE-01-00-00-00
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The human microbiome is made of several microorganisms that reside within and outside the body. These comprise complex and diverse bacteria, archaea, fungi, viruses, and protozoa. They form signature colonies unique to an individual or body part and help maintain general health and wellness. Any disruptions to the naturally occurring healthy microbial communities can cause dysbiosis, leading to several diseases, including gastrointestinal, immunological, inflammatory, neurological, and skin disorders. Therefore, there is a rising focus on restoring the natural microbial balance within and on the human body using microbiome-based interventions, both from therapeutic and consumer wellness perspectives.
This study covers recent and upcoming microbiome technologies and their impact on bolstering consumer wellness across global nutraceuticals and personal care applications. The report discusses microbiome technologies fueling developments across dietary supplements, food and beverage (F&B) products, and skin, hair, and oral care products. It includes global patent and R&D landscape analytics that use microbiome technologies for consumer wellness and provides insights into recent microbiome industry developments, emerging innovations, and future roadmaps. In addition, this report lists the strategic microbiome partnerships and industry challenges and drivers.

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 the Consumer Microbiome Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Overview of Microbiome Technologies for Consumer Wellness

Impact of Microbiome Technologies in Consumer Wellness

Growth Drivers

Growth Driver Analysis

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraint Analysis

Scope of the Research

Segmentation

Emerging Research Landscape

Snapshot of Funding Landscape

Snapshot of M&A, Partnerships, and Collaborations

Patent Landscape for Consumer Microbiome Technologies

Focus Areas of Key Patent Assignees

Industry Value Chain: Microbiome-based Nutraceuticals

Industry Value Chain: Microbiome-based Personal-Care

Industry Value Chain: Analyst Perspective

Overview of Technology and Application Landscape

Innovator Spotlight

Innovator Spotlight (continued)

Innovator Spotlight (continued)

Industry Roadmap

Industry Roadmap: Analyst Perspective

Overview of Technology and Application Landscape: Topical Skin Care

Overview of Technology and Application Landscape: Hair and Scalp Care

Overview of Technology and Application Landscape: Oral Care

Innovator Spotlight

Innovator Spotlight (continued)

Industry Roadmap

Industry Roadmap: Analyst Perspective

Microbiome Technologies for Nutraceutical and Personal Care: Analyst Perspectives

Growth Opportunity 1: Psychobiotic Nutraceuticals

Growth Opportunity 1: Psychobiotic Nutraceuticals (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Better Oral Care with Microbiome Technologies

Growth Opportunity 2: Better Oral Care with Microbiome Technologies (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Improved Topical Probiotic Formulations

Growth Opportunity 3: Improved Topical Probiotic Formulations (continued)

Your Next Steps

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The human microbiome is made of several microorganisms that reside within and outside the body. These comprise complex and diverse bacteria, archaea, fungi, viruses, and protozoa. They form signature colonies unique to an individual or body part and help maintain general health and wellness. Any disruptions to the naturally occurring healthy microbial communities can cause dysbiosis, leading to several diseases, including gastrointestinal, immunological, inflammatory, neurological, and skin disorders. Therefore, there is a rising focus on restoring the natural microbial balance within and on the human body using microbiome-based interventions, both from therapeutic and consumer wellness perspectives. This study covers recent and upcoming microbiome technologies and their impact on bolstering consumer wellness across global nutraceuticals and personal care applications. The report discusses microbiome technologies fueling developments across dietary supplements, food and beverage (F&B) products, and skin, hair, and oral care products. It includes global patent and R&D landscape analytics that use microbiome technologies for consumer wellness and provides insights into recent microbiome industry developments, emerging innovations, and future roadmaps. In addition, this report lists the strategic microbiome partnerships and industry challenges and drivers.
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Author Vandana Iyer
Industries Healthcare
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Health Care Technology
Keyword 2 Microbiome Technologies
Keyword 3 Microbiome Health
Podcast No
WIP Number DAAE-01-00-00-00