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Anti-ageing Ingredients Industry to be driven by Rising Antioxidants Demand

Anti-ageing ingredients demand is at an all-time high, thanks to the massive array of products being marketed around the world, catering to the increasing demand of consumers who wish to reduce the effects of ageing on their bodies. The primary notion of anti-ageing ingredients is to keep the human skin healthy and hydrated while providing other internal health benefits that enhance the effects. A growing number of consumers are becoming aware of the several anti-ageing ingredients currently available in the markets and are showing an inclination of trying out new ones while subscribing to several products for long periods.

The meteoric rise of the various companies selling and promoting anti-ageing products and ingredients is proof of the extremely high demand for these ingredients. It is also likely for this demand to remain high for the imminent future, and the answer to the following questions can help visualize the outcome of the global anti-ageing ingredients market over the foreseeable future.

One of the key drivers of the global anti-ageing ingredients market at the moment is the increasing demand for antioxidants. Numerous scientific studies have already shown the benefits of consuming antioxidants on the health of human skin. The demand for antioxidants is not only putting this segment at the top in the global anti-ageing ingredients market, but is also one of the key factors promoting the growth of a large number of players in the market. Research even points to the use of antioxidants to fight carcinogens, further increasing their appeal and overall demand across the world.

How and Why Anti-ageing Products Gaining More Demand than Regular Foods?

Several foods, especially plant-based foods, are known to hold a rich reservoir of nutritive elements that are also linked to anti-ageing effects. This drives their sales by a considerable extent. Foods such as green leafy vegetables, gooseberry, blueberry, cucumber, guava, tomato, avocado, pomegranate, walnuts, dark chocolate, water, cocoa, beet juice, broccoli, and wild fish are known sources of anti-ageing ingredients, and are not only high in demand by consumers, but also by manufacturers of anti-ageing products. At the same time, the synthesis of anti-ageing ingredients is being heavily researched upon and is expected to become a key source of products in the near future.

The massive scope of use of anti-ageing ingredients in cosmetics is one of the leading causes of growth for the global anti-ageing ingredients market. It is also highly possible for cosmetics to further supplement the market’s growth over the coming years, thanks to increasing investments in research and development efforts.

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Emily Rickards

Emily holds a masters in Journalism and has been an avid creative writer since his teens. Emily has got his work featured in a number of publications including Dig Boston, Scout Somerville, Content Standard, STACK, and Spare Change News. As a journalist she has been known for his work on homelessness, local politics, transportation, Latino and immigration issues, and music. As a blogger and press writer, she has worked on topics like religion, local business, video games, social media, and higher education. she was a prizewinner in the Eighth Annual Kingston-Mann Student Research Awards and received his MFA in Creative Non-Fiction from Pine Manor College’s Solstice Creative Writing Program. While he still enjoys researching and writing articles, he enjoys working with a team of writers even more.

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