Scope of the Study
The serum is a skincare product applied after cleansing but before moisturizing. It is made up of smaller molecules that can penetrate deeply into the skin. This makes face serums a great tool for targeting specific skincare concerns, like wrinkles or drying. Hydrating serums are packed with a high concentration of active ingredients (like hyaluronic acid) that readily absorb into the skin. The market for skincare products has witnessed a high growth rate in recent years, especially in developed nations. Developing nations pose a potential market owing to increasing awareness of products and growing consciousness.
The market study is being classified by Type (Oil-Based and Water-Based) and major geographies with country level break-up.
LVMH Moet Hennessy (France), Botanics (United Kingdom), L'Oreal (France), Allergan (Ireland), SkinCeuticals (United States), Peter Thomas Roth (United States), Laboratoires Pierre Fabre (France), PCA SKIN (United States), Dermalogica (United States) and Caudalie (France) are some of the key players profiled in the study. Additionally, the Vendors which are also part of the research are Laboratoire Bioderma (France).
Research Analyst at AMA predicts that French Vendors will contribute to the maximum growth of Global Hydrating Face Serums market throughout the predicted period.
AdvanceMarketAnalytics has segmented the market of Global Hydrating Face Serums market by Type, Application and Region.
On the basis of geography, the market of Hydrating Face Serums has been segmented into South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America), Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific), Europe (Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Rest of Europe), MEA (Middle East, Africa), North America (United States, Canada, Mexico). Additionally, the rising demand from SMEs and various industry verticals gives enough cushion to market growth.
- Growing Consciousness about Grooming Leading to Increasing Demand for Cosmetics
- Rising Disposable Incomes & Changing Consumer Behaviour
- Rising Demand for Personal Care Products in Emerging Nations
- Stringent Government Regulations to Ensure Safety of Product
- Increasing Adaption Due To Changing Quality Of Life & Awareness about Various Products
- Distribution Channels & Marketing Are Increasing Market Potential
- Transparency & Traceability in Ingredients Supply Chains
FDA regulates cosmetics under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act). Under this law, cosmetics must not be adulterated or misbranded. Any color additives they contain must be approved for the intended use, and some must be from batches certified in FDA’s own labs. FDA does not have regulations specifying good manufacturing practices (GMP) for cosmetics. However, the "Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Guidelines/Inspection Checklist" is a list of factors an FDA investigator will look at during an inspection. The FDA regulates the labeling of ingredients for cosmetic and personal care products via the FPLA. Whether cosmetic or personal care products are manufactured domestically or imported, they must comply with the FDA’s labeling requirements. Under the FP&L Act, the FDA also requires that labels contain the business’ name and address, as well as the address for the manufacturer, packer or distributor.
Key Target AudienceSerum Manufacturer, Healthcare Industry, Raw Material Supplier, End-User and Others
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