A new research report by IMARC Group, the global anti-aging market was worth $50.2 billion in 2018. The report further anticipates the market to reach a value of $79.5 billion by 2024, at a projected CAGR of 7.98% over the forecast period. Aging is brought about by a cycle of various biochemical processes in the body that affect it, both internally and externally. Anti-aging products are designed to reduce or diminish the effects of aging and include powdered supplements, skin creams, and facial masks.
As I look at my mother, I am filled with pride, she has never ever used make-up, her skin even after she has touched 80, looks flawless, although she has gradually wizened and her hair has turned grey. The respect she earns for her looks is ‘incredible.’ Aging of the face and loss of sharp shape is but inevitable. Why go under the knife when you can age gracefully, advocating surgical procedures to retain youth, is that a good option after all?
Skincare has been an important segment driving the personal care and cosmetics industry, of which anti-aging products capture a sizable share. Increasing personal investment in self-grooming, especially anti-aging products, will sustain the sales of anti-wrinkle products in the global landscape.
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