Trending Nutricosmetics: Beauty from Within
Expansion of the global skin care market is nothing new. According to research by Statistia, the global skin care market grew from $99 billion in 2012 to $121 billion as of 2015. Future projections look even brighter, as continued growth is expected, with the estimated global value reaching $154 billion by the year 2021.
The Future Treatment of Systemic Inflammation
Many areas of health that seem unrelated at first glance often have underlying factors connecting them at their core. Understanding this connectivity is a key part of developing, manufacturing, and marketing supplements, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to both educate the consumer and provide the means necessary to alleviate the issues at hand.
Vitamin Labels for Successful Products
Within the nutritional supplement industry, attracting consumers is a multifaceted project. While the core of a company's success lies in the quality of the product—which includes its ingredients, formulation, R&D, etc.—this remains only half the battle. No matter how great a formula is, if it's blandly packaged and poorly labeled, your bottom line is going to suffer. However, creating a successful label under current regulations and in such a competitive market is a complex process in itself.
Responding to Consumer Demand for Non-GMO Supplements
Consumer demand for more “all-natural” or organic products on the shelves, as opposed to genetically modified organisms (GMOs), has made waves in the nutritional supplement industry. Along with clean-labeling practices and business-customer transparency, non-GMO products have steadily made an impact on customer purchasing decisions. According to the Non-GMO Project Product Verification Program (PVP), over 15,000 products in the United States are considered non-GMO, which represents more than $5 billion in sales. The PVP is the fastest-growing label trend in natural products history with a number of manufacturers striving to meet its stringent requirements.