Organic Products Market Influence

By 24 April 2016

One of the fundamental motives behind any form of advancement is to make life better and easy going. Likewise, same goes with the technology. With growing channels of information and learning, people are becoming smarter and it is somewhere leading them to a better life (Only when used in the right way). What’s more interesting is the attention people pay to their choices of lifestyle. Most importantly, every person wants to look good.

And studies show that people have become more attentive towards their choice of buying beauty products. As anticipated, people have become smarter buyers and more aware of what they’re spending their money into and the value it adds to their life.

Focusing on our subject here, one of the most significant changes in the market of skin care products is the organic overhaul that has come in the course of last few years.

With increasing awareness and access to the information that is readily available, be it the on the internet or any other means of information, most of the people today know what synthetic beauty products are capable of doing to their skin. Hence, people generally looking for products that come with the label of ‘organic’, ‘natural’ or simply ‘Chemical-free’ on them.

Reasons behind the Organic Overhaul:


The mainstream skin care products manufacturers vow to their customers about making them look younger and more beautiful. Moreover, their alluring prices compared to the natural products are slightly less. And that was enough for the old customers who used to be enticed in the hocus-pocus of the advertisers. And it wasn’t that the customers were not satisfied with these products (At least not for the short term!). These products lived up to the promise of making the customer look good and it was all going fine for the synthetic cosmetic product manufacturers until last few years. So the question that arises here is why did people suddenly start switching from these products to the products that were slightly more expensive than these?

Here’s a simple answer to this question. A lot of chemicals are used in the processing of the synthetic skin care products. And to put it more specifically, they’re not just chemicals, they’re dangerous chemicals. These chemicals can make the skin appear better but it damages it in countless ways which take away the temporary satisfaction these products provide.

However, in the arrival of organic products in the market, they struggled to get popularity among the masses. But over the last few years, they have shown a rapid growth in the industry and have revolutionized the use of skin care products by not only making them user-friendly but also Eco-friendly.

Let us now have a look at how these products have influenced the market.

How the Organic Skin Care products have changed the market:


With growing concern for people towards their health, organic skin care products have been really helpful for the betterment of the lifestyle of people. Looking at the technical aspect of the market, a lot of research reports show the massive potential the market holds for the organic product manufacturers.

The analysts at Technavio forecast that the projected growth of the organic personal care products is 9.64% CAGR over the period 2014-2019.

Also, the global organic personal care market is expected to reach USD 25.11 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.

One of the most common elements that all the research reports about the subject reveal is that people are now looking for products that are labeled as “Natural” or “Organic”.

To sum it up, all we can say is there’s an enormous potential of growth of organic personal care products as per the shift in trend of buying choices of the targeted buyers of personal care manufacturers. The manufacturers of synthetic personal care products are more likely to receive a dip in the growth whereas the Organic products market influence a greater mass in the coming years. Personal care is surely going to get greener in the coming years.

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