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Cosmeceuticals

US demand to rise 5.8% annually through 2015
US demand for cosmeceutical products is expected to increase 5.8 percent per annum to $8.5 billion in 2015, driven by an increasingly competitive employment environment, a steady stream of new and technologically advanced product introductions, and the continuation of astute consumer-targeted marketing. Limiting further gains will be growing pricing pressures due to the expanding market penetration of private label brands and the rapid commoditization of innovative ingredients and products. Additionally, cosmeceuticals face intense competition from alternative treatments (e.g., cosmetic surgery) that tend to offer more dramatic results, though at a greater cost in terms of time, money and safety. Furthermore, though cosmeceutical formulations continue to improve as a result of research and development efforts, many consumers remain skeptical regarding the efficacy of cosmeceutical products, or are unwilling to follow the strict usage and application regimens required for optimal results.

Skin care and injectable cosmeceuticals to be fastest growing products
The target market for cosmeceuticals continues to expand beyond the traditional 45-years-and-older demographic to include much younger individuals, as the national obsession with youth continues and focus shifts to products intended to stave off the first signs of aging. Injectables and skin care products will register the fastest growth, based on anti-aging benefits. Products such as BOTOX COSMETIC (Allergan) have been essentially synonymous with the procedures since their introduction, and will continue to lead growth going forward. Relatively recently-introduced hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers will see particularly fast growth.

In addition to achieving above-average growth, skin care products will remain the largest product category, set to account for 64 percent of all cosmeceutical product demand in 2015. Age-defying products will achieve the fastest gains in the segment, driven by a highly receptive, fast-expanding group of middle-aged consumers, who want to redress visible damage to the skin caused by aging, ultraviolet radiation and other environmental stressors, as well as a growing number of younger individuals seeking to prevent signs of aging.

Value-added ingredients and natural actives to be fastest growing chemicals
The chemicals used in cosmeceutical products provide the necessary competitive edge by which product manufacturers differentiate their products and capture market share. The value of chemicals used in cosmeceutical products is expected to advance 6.1 percent per year to nearly $1.5 billion in 2015, with gains spurred by the use of new, valueadded active ingredients in product formulations. Antioxidants will remain the largest category, with above-average gains promoted by their incorporation in both topical and ingestible formulations. Botanicals will continue to see the fastest gains in demand as consumer desire for “natural” products continues. Fast gains will also be seen for enzymes, particularly botulinum toxin used in injectables.


INTRODUCTION
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT
General
Macroeconomic Overview
Demographic Trends
Consumer Spending
Physicians
Spa Industry Outlook
Aesthetic & Dermatological Conditions
Hair Loss
Skin Conditions
Cosmetic & Toiletry Market
Skin Care Products
Hair Care Products
Oral Hygiene Products
Other Cosmetics & Toiletries
Professional Cosmetic Procedures
Dermatological Pharmaceutical Overview
Nanotechnology in Cosmeceuticals
Regulatory Considerations
Historical Market Trends
International Activity & Foreign Trade
III. COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTS
General
Skin Care Cosmeceuticals
Age-Defying Products
Types
Applications
Acne Preparations
Professional Acne Preparations
Over-the-Counter Acne Preparations
Medicated Lotions
Sun Care Products
Other Skin Care Products
Injectable Cosmeceuticals
Botulinum Toxin-Based
Tissue Fillers
Hyaluronic Acid
Other Tissue Fillers
Other Injectables
Hair Care Cosmeceuticals
Hair Growth Products
Finasteride-Based
Minoxidil-Based
Other
Anti-Dandruff Shampoos
Lip Care Products
Tooth Whiteners
Professional Tooth Whiteners
Over-the-Counter Tooth Whiteners
Other Cosmeceutical Products
Ingestibles
Color Cosmetics
Anti-Cellulite/Body Slimming
Breast/Penis Enhancers
Hair Growth Retardants
Nail, Hand & Foot
All Other Cosmeceutical Products
IV. COSMECEUTICAL CHEMICALS
General
Antioxidants
Vitamin E Compounds
Vitamin A Compounds
Vitamin C Compounds
Coenzyme Q10 & Other
Sunscreens
Organic
Inorganic
Acids
Alpha Hydroxy Acids
Other Acids
Enzymes
Botulinum Toxin
Other Enzymes
Proteins
Collagen
Amino Acids
Elastin
Other Proteins
Botanicals
Other Cosmeceutical Chemicals
Finasteride
Hyaluronic Acid
Minoxidil
All Other
V. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Market Share
Cosmeceutical Products
Cosmeceutical Chemicals
Marketing & Distribution
Manufacturing
Competitive Strategies
Research & Development
Cooperative Agreements
Acquisitions & Divestitures
Company Profiles
Active Organics Incorporated
Allergan Incorporated
Arch Chemicals Incorporated
Ashland Incorporated
Avon Products Incorporated
BASF SE
Bayer AG
Beiersdorf AG
BioForm Medical, see Merz
Clariant International Limited
Cognis, see BASF
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Croda International plc
Desert Whale Jojoba Company Incorporated
DuPont (EI) de Nemours
Eastman Chemical Company
Estée Lauder Companies Incorporated
Evonik Industries AG
Ferrosan, see Pfizer
Genzyme, see Johnson & Johnson
Indena SpA
Intendis, see Bayer
International Specialty Products Incorporated
Janson Beckett Incorporated
Johnson & Johnson
Kao Corporation
Kyowa Hakko Kirin Company Limited
Laboratoires Sérobiologiques, see BASF
L’Oréal SA
McNeil-PPC, see Johnson & Johnson
Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation
Merck & Company Incorporated
Merz GmbH & Company KGaA
Murad Incorporated
Neutrogena, see Johnson & Johnson
Novartis AG
Obagi Medical Products Incorporated
Ortho Dermatologics, see Johnson & Johnson
PerriconeMD Cosmeceuticals
Pfizer Incorporated
Procter & Gamble Company
Rhodia SA
Roche Holding Limited
Royal DSM NV
Sanofi-Aventis
Sederma, see Croda International
SkinMedica Incorporated
Symrise AG
The Body Shop International, see L’Oréal
Unilever Group
Additional Companies Involved in the Cosmeceuticals industry
LIST OF TABLES
SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Macroeconomic Indicators
2 Population & Households
3 Personal Consumption Expenditures
4 Physicians
5 Spa Facilities
6 Selected Aesthetic & Dermatological Conditions
7 Cosmetic & Toiletry Supply & Demand
8 Skin Care Product Supply & Demand
9 Hair Care Product Supply & Demand
10 Oral Hygiene Product Supply & Demand
11 Other Cosmetic & Toiletry Product Supply & Demand
12 Professional Cosmetic Procedures
13 Dermatological Pharmaceutical Supply & Demand
14 Cosmeceuticals Market, 2000-2010
SECTION III -- COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTS
1 Cosmeceutical Product Demand
2 Skin Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand
3 Age-Defying Cosmeceutical Product Demand
4 Acne Preparation Cosmeceutical Product Demand
5 Medicated Lotion Cosmeceutical Product Demand
6 Sun Protection Cosmeceutical Product Demand
7 Other Skin Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand
8 Injectable Cosmeceutical Product Demand
9 Botulinum Toxin Cosmeceutical Product Demand
10 Tissue Filler Cosmeceutical Product Demand
11 Other Injectable Cosmeceutical Product Demand
12 Hair Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand
13 Hair Growth Cosmeceutical Product Demand
14 Anti-Dandruff Cosmeceutical Product Demand
15 Lip Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand
16 Tooth Whitener Cosmeceutical Product Demand
17 Other Cosmeceutical Product Demand
SECTION IV -- COSMECEUTICAL CHEMICALS
1 Cosmeceutical Chemical Demand
2 Antioxidants: Cosmeceutical Applications
3 Sunscreens: Cosmeceutical Applications
4 Acids: Cosmeceutical Applications
5 Enzymes: Cosmeceutical Applications
6 Proteins: Cosmeceutical Applications
7 Botanicals: Cosmeceutical Applications
8 Other Cosmeceutical Product Demand
SECTION V -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Cosmeceuticals Sales by Company, 2010
2 R&D Spending Patterns: Selected Cosmeceutical Suppliers
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements
4 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
LIST OF CHARTS
SECTION III -- COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTS
1 Cosmeceutical Product Demand by Type, 2010
2 Skin Care Cosmeceutical Product Demand by Type, 2010
SECTION IV -- COSMECEUTICAL CHEMICALS
1 Cosmeceutical Chemical Demand by Type, 2010
SECTION V -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Cosmeceutical Product Market Share by Company, 2010
2 US Cosmeceutical Chemical Market Share by Company, 2010

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