Facial Care

Facial Care

Mintel’s Facial Care market research combines the latest market intelligence, industry insights and expert recommendations to help you anticipate what’s next in the Facial Care industry.

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    Credibility, novelty and high-impact benefits are key pillars of innovation and strategy in a competitive category wherein switching-out is commonplace. Joan Li, Senior Analyst, Beauty and Personal Care ..."
    The future is in skin preservation and longevity, while dermocosmetics is poised to be the new luxury. Long-term opportunities lie in renovation vs innovation. Andrew McDougall, Global Beauty & Personal Care Analyst ..."
    Facial skincare NPD can explore novel anti-ageing terminology, better convey safety and offer convenience as product repertoires grow. Dionne Officer, Research Analyst – BPC Innovation ..."
    “Despite economic pressures, consumers continue to value facial skincare highly and are willing to make concession to maintain their preferred routines. Multi-purpose and versatile products are expected to resonate strongly in the face of rising product costs and will be appealing to consumers seeking simplicity and ease. Linking these routines..."
    Shoppers need proven value, convenience and efficacy from their routines. Drive the industry forward with novel solutions inspired by biotech and psychodermatology. Anna Keller, Global Senior Beauty Analyst ..."
    “Consumer engagement across foundational daily-use formats such as moisturizers, cleansers and lip balm continues to rise, leading to overall sales growth for the total category. However, the democratization of claims, ingredients and formats once reserved for the premium segment have infiltrated the mass market, thanks to consumer demand for convenience,..."
    The ongoing cost-of-living crisis will drive private label NPD. Innovation is focusing on efficacy, skin health, all-in-one formulas and sustainability. Dionne Officer, Research Analyst – BPC Innovation ..."
    Skin as an active ecosystem, waterless beauty and engineered ingredients will be at the forefront. Technology will drive prescriptive and predictive beauty. Hwa Jun Lee, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst ..."
    Innovations continue to tap into eco, natural, wellness and diversity trends. Grace Alexander, Research Analyst – Mintel Reports ..."
    Wane of the pandemic brings optimistic enthusiasm and a desire to experiment with eco-conscious skincare rituals that improve physical and mental wellbeing.Sarah Jindal, Associate Director, Global Beauty & Personal Care..."
    Adaptogens are arguably best known for stress relief, but patent activity suggests we will see more NPD with brightening claims.Michelle Strutton, Content Manager, GNPD..."
    Protection from blue light is a growth area of beauty NPD as consumers become more aware of this threat to their skin's health.Hwa Jun Lee, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst..."
    Eco- and wellness-focused facial care innovations gathered pace across the regions. Standout NPD sought to be more transparent and trustworthy. Rosalia Di Gesu, Global Beauty & Personal Care Analyst ..."
    K-Beauty may have popularised facial masks in recent years, but a new round of investment in innovation is needed to ensure their continued relevance. Alex Fisher, Associate Director BPC ..."
    Global annual review: what's now and what's next for the facial skincare market.David Tyrrell, Associate Director, Global Skincare..."
    Global annual review: what's now and what's next for the facial skincare market.David Tyrrell, Associate Director, Global Skincare..."