What is Microbiome Skincare?
Microbiome skincare consists of community of microorganism, such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses comprising skin microbiota. Human skin has almost a billion microbes per square centimeter which helps in maintaining skin's health naturally. Disruption in these microbes may cause various skin problems, such as premature aging, dryness, and even acne breakouts. Thus, use of microbiome skincare can help in maintaining balance by addition of bacteria to the skin in a gentle form of products. Prebiotics, probiotics, etc. are used to make microbiome skincare products to support a healthy skin.
Following are some of the driving factors that are increasing the market for Microbiome Skincare:
Rise in the skin related diseases:
Some chronic skin conditions are present from birth, while others appear suddenly later in life. The cause of these disorders isn’t always known. Many permanent skin disorders have effective treatments that enable extended periods of remission. However, they’re incurable, and symptoms can reappear at any time. Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting up to 50 million Americans annually. Acne usually begins in puberty and affects many adolescents and young adults.
Approximately 85 percent of people between the ages of 12 and 24 experience at least minor acne. Hence, rise in the prevalence of various skin-related problems and rising awareness regarding the effectivity of microbiome in skin's health drives the growth of microbiome skincare.
Rise in the cosmetic and personal care industry
The rising adoption of the cosmetic products, is expected to contribute for the microbiome skincare market, accelerating the growth of market. According to the study, the revenue of the global cosmetics markets increased to 80.74 billion U.S. dollars in 2021. This rise in the demand among the consumers for the several cosmetic products are expected to drive the growth of the market. Many cosmetic companies are actively offering microbiome skincare products which is driving the growth of market.
Surging use of e commerce platforms:
The increase in the penetration of smartphones is one of the factors, which are driving the growth of the e-commerce market, thereby contributing for the growth of microbiome skincare market across the globe. Furthermore, consumer preference for online shopping is increasing at substantially rate due to the rise in use of mobile wallets, growing use of the internet, surge in disposable income, rapid urbanization, increase in smartphones users, high preference of online buying goods among the millennials, and growth in third-party logistic. Thus, surging use of e commerce platforms will further propel the growth of market in coming years.
The global market of microbiome skincare is expected to grow at a significant CAGR during the forecast period. Wide array of factors, such as geriatric population, environmental pollution, diet, unhealthy lifestyle influence adoption of microbiome skincare products.
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