DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Trends in Dermocosmetics: The middle ground between medicine and cosmetics" report to their offering.
The report "Global Trends in Dermocosmetics" examines the growing prominence of dermocosmetics and the trends that are driving this growth. It examines the products of key brands and their selling points, opportunities in the market, and the future outlook for the sector.
Consumer drivers in dermocosmetics:
- Loss of trust: Consumers seek products they can trust, especially when those products are absorbed by their skin, thereby increasing the need for strong evidence and credibility.
- Informed consumers: Consumers are increasingly well educated about the contents of the personal care products they use; this drives them towards products backed by clinical evidence and active ingredients.
- Aversion to invasive treatments: Consumers have many reasons to shy away from invasive treatments, including perceived risk and desire for less artificial alternatives; dermocosmetics help fill that space by positioning themselves between medicine and cosmetics.
- Social pressures: Consumers are feeling pressured by a self(ie)-conscious society to use anti-aging and skincare products at younger ages than prior generations.
- 67% of consumers say that how familiar/trustworthy/risk-free a product feels always or often influences their product choice.
- 43% of consumers globally have a favorable perception of products that have claims tailored to their needs.
- 37% of consumers globally say that clinically inspired ingredients would increase their trust in a personal care brand.
Key Topics Covered:
- Traits of Dermocosmetics
- Consumer Trends
- Key Dermocosmetics Brands
- Opportunities in Dermocosmetics
- Opportunities in Cosmetics
- La Roche Posay
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mxjv4r/global_trends_in