Freedonia In The News

Article Title: US Demand for Cosmeceuticals to Reach $8.5 Billion in 2015
By:
Publication: Happi, 8/2/2011
Freedonia Study: Cosmeceuticals (2758)

Quote from article
Driven by an aging population that's bent on maintaining its youth, US demand for cosmeceutical products is expected to increase 5.8% a year to reach $8.5 billion in 2015, according to a new study by The Freedonia Group, Cleveland, OH. The target market for cosmeceuticals continues to expand beyond the traditional 45-years-and-older demographic to include much younger individuals, as the national obsession with youth continues and focus shifts to products intended to stave off the first signs of aging.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 such as cosmetic surgery.
Display Full Text of Article


Article Title: The Bright and Blushing Cosmeceuticals Market
By: Celeste Sepessy
Publication: Natural Products INSIDER, 2/27/2014
Freedonia Study: Cosmeceuticals (2758)

Quote from article
With the fountain of youth ever elusive, women and men across the globe rely on cosmeceuticals to ward off the signs of aging. These creams, cleansers and moisturizers bridge the gap between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to offer medicinal-like benefits with cutting-edge ingredients and technologies. They’ve also been the fastest-growing part of the cosmetics market, logging consistent growth in the past decade with no signs of slowing. On-Demand Insight & Education for the Health & Nutrition Industry DVDs from SupplySide Education - Special Industry Reports - Regulatory and Compliance Training – More U.S. cosmeceutical demand is expected to grow 5.8 percent annually, reaching USD $8.5 billion in 2015, according to The Freedonia Group. Though skin care comprises nearly two-thirds of category sales, Freedonia’s estimate also includes injectables (11 percent), hair care (8 percent) and lip care (6 percent).
Display Full Text of Article

Return to Document