The scientific community has had its eyes on the microbiome for years, but for the beauty industry and its consumers, 2022 will be the year the concept really gains important ground, says the founder of Gallinée.
The probiotics category continues to soar, with e-commerce fiercely fuelling growth and presenting plentiful opportunities for cosmetics, particularly products targeting mood, stress and overall wellbeing, says Lumina Intelligence.
UK-based skin wellness startup Forest Spa Finland has developed a supplement and face serum from a blend of Nordic-sourced adaptogens, both designed to improve overall skin immunity and health from the inside and out, its founder says.
UK indie brand Beauty Kitchen has unveiled its latest business venture Vitamin Kitchen – a vegan vitamin gummies brand that it will soon expand to include products containing microalgae and marine extracts; part of a larger goal to offer complementary...
There are plenty of opportunities to address immunity in the beauty and personal care space, particularly in developing active topicals, nutrient-dense ingestibles and combined kits that plug beauty routine needs and target holistic health, says Mintel.
Interest in topical and ingestible beauty products that support and even boost immunity is gaining traction, but what science can back up product developments and how much growth potential is there really in this space?
French skin microbiome beauty firm Gallinée launched its first pro, pre and postbiotic supplement last year targeting sensitive skin, and the product is now its best-selling item in France, according to company founder.