Increasing Prevalence Skin Care and Hair Care Concerns Worldwide to Fuel Demand for Organic Personal Care Products

Published By : 28 Nov 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The use of natural and organic products for skin care and hair care purposes has significantly increased in the last few years. After witnessing significant adoption across the food and beverages industry, the demand for organic products is rising in the personal care industry. The practice of manufacturing organic products has thus gained pace around the world. Many countries across the global has also introduced policies favoring the use of natural and organic products in place of synthetic variants, which is expected to give significant impetus to the global organic personal care products market.

Awareness Regarding Benefits Offered by Organic Products to Fuel their Demand

The rising awareness about the benefits offered by natural and organic products, changing lifestyle, the easy availability of these products are the primary factors driving the organic personal care products market on a global front. The market is projected to continue exhibiting robust growth through the forthcoming years in response to the rising concerns pertaining hair care and skin care issues. While the demand for these products is expected to remain high around the world, experts project the emerging economies to emerge as more lucrative markets.

Demand for Organic Skincare Products to Rise at Higher Pace

By product, the organic skincare segment led the global market in 2015 and is expected to hold on to its dominance in the near future. The rising demand for sun care, facial care, and body care products is expected to aid the expansion of this segment. The rising awareness regarding the side-effects associated with the use of synthetic variants of skincare products will also augment demand for organic personal care products. The market is also expected to gain from the expansion of the existing distribution channel and the launch of novel products.

Besides the skin care, the prospects for the hair care segment also seem quite lucrative. The latter is expected to remain the second-leading segment in the global market due to the increasing concerns pertaining to hair fall, hair loss, dandruff, and other hair-related problems. The launch of innovative products aimed at finding cure to the most widespread hair care problems will boost the segment in the forthcoming years.

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