The global probiotic cosmetics market size is projected to reach approximately 442.5million by 2028, at a CAGR of 6.8% from 2021 to 2028. Probiotic cosmetics are beauty products that help optimize the healing benefits of the good microorganisms present in our skin. An increase in awareness regarding micro biome cosmetics products has fueled the growth of the global probiotic cosmetics market. The growing popularity of skin treatments and wellness programs is further expected to boost the sales of the global probiotic cosmetics market. The increasing need to treat acne and reverse the effect of aging and maintain the equilibrium, and the surging demand for natural ingredients in probiotic cosmetics, are increasing the sales of probiotic cosmetics. Investment by manufacturers by the key players in probiotic cosmetics drives the growth of the global probiotic cosmetics market. For instance, in January 2018, Unilever invested in micro biome brand—Gallinee, by acquiring a minority stake.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has resulted in the lockdown across regions, border restrictions, and breakdown of transportation networks. The COVID-19 outbreak has affected every sector of the economy. However, the pandemic has resulted in a surge in demand for probiotic cosmetics around the world.
The global probiotic cosmetics market has witnessed substantial growth in recent years. The pandemic has created lucrative opportunities for probiotic cosmetics manufacturers across the globe. Probiotic cosmetics offer various benefits. Probiotics skincare cosmetics improve the hydration level of the skin and helps to clarify the skin by preventing breakouts. Furthermore, the rise in sales of probiotic cosmetics through supermarkets & hypermarkets is further expected to amplify the growth of the global probiotic cosmetics market during the forecast period.
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