The demand for personal care that focuses on wellness and self-care grew exponentially as the COVID-19 pandemic detrimentally affected consumers mentally. With that, there was an emergence of more customizable beauty products rather than conventional multipurpose products, which are now considered next-generation personal care.
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Market data from InsightAce Analytic Pvt. Ltd. have shown that consumers are 40% more likely to test new cosmetic products than before the pandemic. Additionally, it is reported that the global next-generation personalized beauty market is expected to grow from $41.9 billion in 2021 to $143.6 billion by 2030. It was also reported from InsightAce Analytic that in 2021, Europe made up the majority of the next-gen personalized beauty market share by 45%, emphasizing the importance of what consumers are looking for in their beauty care.
On June 2, 2022, professor and director of cosmetic science programs at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati, K.P. Ananth, Ph.D., will discuss the current landscape in next-gen personal care; challenges and opportunities surrounding product development; and the importance of education and training.
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