In the vibrant world of herbal cosmetics, a delightful trend is taking root—fruit and flower-infused products are blossoming and commanding attention in the beauty industry. As consumers gravitate towards nature-inspired formulations, herbal cosmetics infused with the power of fruits and flowers are leading the market’s growth, offering a sensory journey and potent skincare benefits.
The Herbal Beauty Products Market was estimated at US$ 75.1 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% during 2023-2028 to reach US$ 104.43 billion in 2028.
Fruits like pomegranate, citrus, and berries, known for their antioxidant-rich properties, are becoming star ingredients in herbal cosmetics. Their natural vibrancy not only adds a burst of freshness but also provides the skin with essential nutrients and a radiant glow. Floral extracts, from calming chamomile to revitalizing rose, contribute to formulations that cater to various skincare needs.
This infusion of fruit and flower power is resonating with consumers seeking a harmonious blend of efficacy and indulgence in their skincare routines. The herbal cosmetics market, enriched by these botanical innovations, is expanding as brands harness the potential of plant power to create products that nourish, rejuvenate, and celebrate the beauty found in nature.
Some of the major herbal beauty product manufacturers are-
- Arbonne International, LLC
- Bio Veda Action Research Co.
- Hemas Holdings PLC
- Klienz Herbal Pvt. Ltd.
- Lotus Herbals Limited
- Marc Anthony Cosmetics, Inc.
- Shahnaz Ayurveda Pvt. Ltd
- The Himalaya Drug Company
- Vasa Global Cosmetics
- Weleda AG.
In terms of region, the North American herbal beauty products market is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The demand for herbal beauty products in North America is driven mainly due to green-label products and the willingness of consumers to pay premium prices for natural ingredients-based products.
The herbal cosmetics market is flourishing as fruit and flower-infused products take center stage. This trend not only mirrors a return to nature but also signifies a market that values the sensorial experience and efficacy of plant-derived ingredients. As the beauty industry continues to embrace the bounties of botanicals, the future looks radiant with the blooming success of fruit and flower-infused herbal cosmetics.
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