Products segmented into cosmeceuticals market and nutraceuticals industry have historically been driven by marketing terminologies that help these products target their audience (food or cosmetics) conscious about its health. Researchers have always had doubts on either type of products with a cosmeceuticals market product having the possibility of active ingredient(s) while a nutraceuticals market product meeting the regulatory needs. Cosmetics with ingredients that work as alternatives to or similar to pharmaceuticals have benefits that are proved and for which consumers are paying a premium price, historically. At the same level non-pharmaceutical compounds that help general health are products of nutraceuticals market, which are also in demand and easily available.
Throughout the nutraceuticals market spectrum many product variations and crossovers exist: nutritional solutions are leveraged in a ‘pharmaceutical’ way (e.g. fish oil capsules or vitamin supplements) and functional ingredients are incorporated in ‘nutritional’ food items (e.g. probiotics, plant sterols). The audience segments of ageing population and health conscious youngsters are driving the nutraceuticals market and ingredients thereof, which are expected to be worth more than $38 billion in next few years. With nutraceutical ingredients being increasingly utilized in different applications, regional markets like Middle East, Africa and Latin America are yet to pick up on the craze.
On the other hand, cosmeceuticals market segment is one of the fastest growing within the personal care industry irrespective of doubts and discussions around the usage of cosmeceuticals and their benefits. Countries like Japan are seeing increasing adoption of cosmetics with pharmaceutical properties that offer them time saving options in terms of effectivity in addition to simply ‘good looks’. Having very small amount of medicines or medicinal properties, cosmeceuticals market products show impact in the long run when applied in small, daily proportions. With prescriptions not required for these products, marketers and companies active in the cosmeceuticals market are sure to see an increasingly favourable market in spite of researchers and few organizations not being positive about usage of these products. As consumer loyalty towards cosmeceuticals market products rise, these researchers and industry organizations may either turn positive or find a way to push these products with required alerts.
eMarketOrg.com has a recently published study titled Global Cosmeceuticals Market Research Report 2021, which is spread across 126 pages and supported with 155 data tables and figures. Covering Cosmeceuticals product types of skin care, hair care, injectables and others, this research talks about companies like L’Oréal, Dr.Ci:Labo, Unilever (Murad), Shiseido, Croda, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Procter & Gamble, Avon, Noviderm, Uriage, Kanebo, Avene, SVR, Juju, Sana, ArkoPharma, Nuxe, Mustela, TROLL, Pien Tze Huang, Herborist and Tongrentang. Complete report is available at http://emarketorg.com/pro/global-cosmeceuticals-market-research-report-2021/ .
For the Nutraceuticals industry, Global Nutraceuticals Market Professional Survey Report 2016 is the latest study offering global and regional market size (both volume – K Units and value – million USD), market share, production data, consumption data, trade data, price – usd/unit, cost, gross margin etc. Companies like Amway, By-health, Dongeejiao, DSM, ForeMost, GNC, Herbalife, NatureMade, Natures Bounty, Naturesbounty, PuritansPride, RainbowLight, Shinsbo, Taiji, VitaminWorld, Y.S. ORGANIC BEE and Yangshengtang are discussed in this 113 pages research available at http://emarketorg.com/pro/global-nutraceuticals-market-professional-survey-report-2016/ .