Cosmeceuticals 2015


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US demand for cosmeceutical products is expected to increase 5.8 percent per annum to $8.5 billion in 2015, driven by an increasingly competitive employment environment, a steady stream of new and technologically advanced product introductions, and the continuation of astute consumer-targeted marketing. Limiting further gains will be growing pricing pressures due to the expanding market penetration of private label brands and the rapid commoditization of innovative ingredients and products. Additionally, cosmeceuticals face intense competition from alternative treatments (e.g., cosmetic surgery) that tend to offer more dramatic results, though at a greater cost in terms of time, money and safety.

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Cosmeceuticals 2015

  1. 1. Cosmeceuticals adds Freedonia Group Market Research Report “Cosmeceuticals 2015’’to its store.US demand to rise 5.8% annually through 2015US demand for cosmeceutical products is expected to increase 5.8 percent per annum to$8.5 billion in 2015, driven by an increasingly competitive employment environment, asteady stream of new and technologically advanced product introductions, and thecontinuation of astute consumer-targeted marketing. Limiting further gains will be growingpricing pressures due to the expanding market penetration of private label brands and therapid commoditization of innovative ingredients and products. Additionally, cosmeceuticalsface intense competition from alternative treatments (e.g., cosmetic surgery) that tend tooffer more dramatic results, though at a greater cost in terms of time, money and safety.Furthermore, though cosmeceutical formulations continue to improve as a result of researchand development efforts, many consumers remain skeptical regarding the efficacy ofcosmeceutical products, or are unwilling to follow the strict usage and application regimensrequired for optimal results.Skin care and injectable cosmeceuticals to be fastest growing productsThe targeted cosmeceuticals market for cosmeceuticals continues to expand beyond thetradi-tional 45-years-and-older demographic to include much younger individuals, as thenational obsession with youth continues and focus shifts to products intended to stave offthe first signs of aging. Inject- ables and skin care products will register the fastest growth,based on anti-aging benefits. Products such as BOTOX COSMETIC (Allergan) have beenessentially synonymous with the proce- dures since their introduction, and will continue tolead growth going forward.Relatively recently-introduced hyaluronic acid-based dermalfillers will see particu-larly fast growth.In addition to achieving above-average growth, skin care products will remain the largestproduct category, set to account for 64 percent of all cosmeceuti-cal product demand in2015. Age-defying products will achieve the fastest gains in the segment, driven by a highlyreceptive,fast-expanding group of middle-aged consumers, who want to redress visible damage to theskin caused by aging,ultraviolet radiation and other environ-mental stressors, as well as agrowing number of younger individuals seeking to prevent signs of aging.Value-addedingredients and natural actives to be fastest growing chemicals The chemicals used incosmeceutical products provide the necessary competitive edge by which productmanufacturers differentiate their products and capture market share. The value of chemicalsused in cosmeceutical products is expected to advance 6.1 percent per year to nearly $1.5billion in 2015, with gains spurred by the use of new, valueadded active ingredients inproduct formulations. Antioxidants will remain the largest category, with above-averagegains promoted by their incorporation in both topical and ingestible formulations. Botanicalswill continue to see the fastest gains in demand as consumer desire for “natural” productscontinues. Fast gains will also be seen for enzymes, particularly botulinum toxin used ininjectables.
  2. 2. Study coverageThis new Freedonia industry study,Cosmeceuticals, is priced at $4900. It presents historicaldemand data for the years 2000, 2005 and 2010, plus forecasts for 2015 and 2020 bycosmeceutical product (e.g., skin care, injectables, hair care, tooth whiteners, ingestibles,lip care) and chemical (e.g., antioxidants,sunscreens, acids, enzymes, proteins,botanicals).The study also considers market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluatescompany market share and profiles 39 key companies, including Allergan, AvonProducts,Croda, Eastman Chemical, Estée Lauder,Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal,Medicis,Procter & Gamble and Royal DSM.Table Of ContentsINTRODUCTIONI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYII. MARKET ENVIRONMENTGeneralMacroeconomic OverviewDemographic TrendsConsumer SpendingPhysiciansSpa Industry OutlookDermatological ConditionsHair LossSkin ConditionsCosmetic & Toiletry MarketSkin Care ProductsHair Care ProductsOral Hygiene ProductsOther Cosmetics & ToiletriesCosmetic Surgery ProceduresDermatological Pharmaceutical OverviewNanotechnology in CosmeceuticalsRegulatory ConsiderationsHistorical Market TrendsInternational Activity & Foreign TradeIII. COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTSGeneralSkin Care CosmeceuticalsAge-Defying ProductsTypesApplicationsAcne PreparationsProfessional Acne PreparationsOver-The-Counter Acne Preparations
  3. 3. Medicated LotionsSun Care ProductsOther Skin Care ProductsHair Care CosmeceuticalsHair Growth ProductsFinasteride-BasedMinoxidil-Based & OtherAnti-Dandruff ShampoosInjectable CosmeceuticalsBotulinum Toxin-BasedTissue FillersHyaluronic AcidOther Tissue FillersCollagenCalcium HydroxylapatiteSynthetic PolymersOther InjectablesLip Care ProductsTooth WhitenersProfessional Tooth WhitenersOver-The-Counter Tooth WhitenersOther Cosmeceutical ProductsIngestiblesColor CosmeticsAnti-Cellulite/Body SlimmingBreast/Penis EnhancersHair Growth RetardantsNail, Hand & FootAll Other Cosmeceutical ProductsIV. COSMECEUTICAL CHEMICALSGeneralAntioxidantsVitamin A CompoundsVitamin E CompoundsVitamin C CompoundsCoenzyme Q10 & OtherSunscreensOrganicInorganicAcidsAlpha Hydroxy AcidsOther AcidsEnzymes
  4. 4. Botulinum ToxinOther EnzymesProteinsCollagenAmino AcidsElastinOther ProteinsBotanicalsOtherFinasterideMinoxidilAll OtherV. INDUSTRY STRUCTUREGeneralMarket ShareCosmeceutical ProductsCosmeceutical ChemicalsMarketing & DistributionManufacturingCompetitive StrategiesResearch & DevelopmentCooperative AgreementsAcquisitions & DivestituresCompany ProfilesActive Organics IncorporatedAllergan IncorporatedArch Chemicals IncorporatedAshland IncorporatedAvon Products IncorporatedBASF SEBayer AGBeiersdorf AGCiba Specialty Chemicals Holding IncorporatedClariant International LimitedClinique Laboratories LLC, see Estee Lauder Companies IncorporatedCognis Deutschland GmbH & Company KGColgate-Palmolive CompanyCroda International plcDesert Whale Jojoba Company IncorporatedDuPont (EI) de NemoursEastman Chemical CompanyEstee Lauder Companies IncorporatedEvonik Industries AGGalderma SA , see L’Oreal SAGroupe Corneal Laboratoires SA, see AllerganIndena SpAInternational Specialty Products IncorporatedJanson Beckett Incorporated
  5. 5. Johnson & JohnsonKao CorporationKyowa Hakko Kogyo Company LimitedLaboratoires La Prairie AG, see Beiersdorf AGLaboratoires Serobiologiques, see Cognis Deutschland GmbH & Company KGL’Oreal SAMcNeil Consumer Healthcare, see Johnson & JohnsonMedicis Pharmaceutical CorporationMerck & Company IncorporatedMurad IncorporatedNeutrogena Corporation, see Johnson & JohnsonNIOXIN Research Laboratories Incorporated, see Procter & Gamble CompanyNovartis AGObagi Medical Products IncorporatedOjon Corporation, see Estee Lauder CompaniesOrthoNeutrogena, see Johnson & JohnsonOxonica plc, see BASF SEPerriconeMD CosmeceuticalsPfizer IncorporatedProcter & Gamble CompanyRhodia SARoC, see Johnson & JohnsonRoche Holding LimitedRoyal DSM NVSchering-Plough CorporationSederma SA, see Croda International plcSkinMedica IncorporatedSymrise AGThe Body Shop International plc, see L’Oreal SATherapeutic Peptides Incorporated, see Symrise AGUnilever GroupVincience, see International Specialty ProductsYves Saint Laurent Beaute, see L’Oreal SAOther Companies Mentioned in StudyLIST OF TABLESSECTION I — EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary TableSECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Macroeconomic Indicators2 Population & Households3 Personal Consumption Expenditures4 Physicians5 Spa Facilities by Type6 Selected Aesthetic-Related Conditions7 Cosmetic & Toiletry Supply & Demand8 Skin Care Product Supply & Demand
  6. 6. 9 Hair Care Product Supply & Demand10 Oral Hygiene Product Supply & Demand11 Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Product Supply & Demand12 Cosmetic Surgery Procedures13 Dermatological Pharmaceutical Supply & Demand14 Cosmeceutical Chemical Market, 1997-2007SECTION III — COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTS1 Cosmeceutical Product Demand2 Skin Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand3 Age-Defying Cosmeceutical Product Demand4 Acne Preparation Cosmeceutical Product Demand5 Medicated Lotion Cosmeceutical Product Demand6 Sun Protection Cosmeceutical Product Demand7 Other Skin Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand8 Hair Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand9 Hair Growth Cosmeceutical Product Demand10 Anti-Dandruff Cosmeceutical Product Demand11 Injectable Cosmeceutical Product Demand12 Botulinum Toxin Cosmeceutical Product Demand13 Tissue Filler Cosmeceutical Product Demand14 Other Injectable Cosmeceutical Product Demand15 Lip Care Product Demand16 Tooth Whitener Demand17 Other Cosmeceutical Product DemandSECTION IV — COSMECEUTICAL CHEMICALS1 Cosmeceutical Chemical Demand2 Antioxidants: Cosmeceutical Applications3 Sunscreens: Cosmeceutical Applications4 Acids: Cosmeceutical Applications5 Enzymes: Cosmeceutical Applications6 Proteins: Cosmeceutical Applications7 Botanicals: Cosmeceutical Applications8 Other Cosmeceutical Chemical DemandSECTION V — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Cosmeceutical Product & Chemical Sales by Company, 20102 R&D Spending Patterns: Selected Cosmeceutical Suppliers3 Selected Cooperative Agreements4 Selected Acquisitions & DivestituresLIST OF CHARTSSECTION III — COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTS1 Cosmeceutical Product Demand by Type, 20102 Skin Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand by Type, 2010
  7. 7. SECTION IV — COSMECEUTICAL CHEMICALS1 Cosmeceutical Chemical Demand by Type, 2010SECTION V — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Cosmeceutical Product Market Share by Company, 20102 US Cosmeceutical Chemical Market Share by Company, 2010Latest Market Research Reports: Radiation Detection Materials Markets – 2011 Planned LNG Terminals Market – Global Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Capacity Forecasts to 2016 Printed Battery Markets – 2011 Planned Oil and Gas Pipelines – Global Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Major Projects to 2015 Hard Surface Flooring World Rare EarthsAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: Facebook Page: Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231Tel: +1-888-989-8004 EXT 106E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit Our Market Research Blog