The skin care industry is growing both in the United States and around the world. In the United States alone, sales of skin care products are expected to reach $62 billion in 2016. Globally, skin care products sales are expected to increase as well. In 2012, global beauty sales increased by 14%.
Why Private Label Skin Care Products
Today’s skin care consumer is smart. They do not blindly put their faith in the claims on the label. They read and research the ingredients and have no problem bouncing back and forth from brand to brand until they find a product that works
The educated consumer considers their skin to be an investment Skincare is becoming an integral part of every woman’s and man’s daily routine and budgets are being allocated accordingly To appeal to this smart buyer, your label should be honest, clear, and professional. Private labeling your skincare products will help you appeal to that consumer and get in on the skincare revenue.
Best Skin Care Products to Label
There’s a lot of variety when it comes to skin care products. Currently, the following categories are leading:
- Make up with $932 million in sales
- Fragrance with $501 million in sales
- Skin care with $844 million in sales.
Products containing Niacinamide
The excitement around niacinamide is continuing to grow. Research shows that this ingredient benefits skin in a multitude of ways, including improving elasticity, evening out skin tone, regulating pore size, and enhancing the skin’s barrier function. There have also been studies that suggest niacinamide helps with acne and wrinkles.
Products with Boosters
Booster products have been gaining popularity and are going to become even bigger in 2016. Boosters are ultra-concentrated fluid formulas whose benefits vary depending on what other ingredients they are paired with. Boosters are often formulated to be mixed in with moisturizer, serum, anti-aging, or anti-acne products.
Boosters do different things. Some boosters aim to increase hydration while others are designed to even out skin tone. Some popular boosters are retinol and vitamin C.
Products that include Omega and Fatty Acids
Omegas and fatty acids aren’t just good for your diet – they’re good for your skin too. These ingredients work to supplement skin’s intercellular matrix and protect skin against oxidative damage. Some research suggests that topical application of omega and fatty acids can help fight against acne and psoriasis. Skin care products that contain safflower, sunflower, borage seed oils, pumpkin, and linolenic acid are among the most popular.
If you’re ready to get in to the skin care industry, private labeling is a good option for you. There’s low start-up costs and a small risk involved, with plenty or profits available. A beautiful, professionally-designed label will certainly help you stand out from the competition.
Give us a call today to talk about getting started with private labeling skin care products and becoming a part of this thriving industry.