Skinobs Publishes Summary of Groundbreaking Market Study of Clinical Trials for the Beauty Industry
During the first half of 2022, Skinobs conducted an international study on the market for clinical tests for the beauty industry, the summary of which it publishes. The study concerns the development of skin, hair, scalp and nail care products. It deals with efficacy, safety and tolerance measures, consumer testing and sensory analysis. The summary of the study is available online.
Two approaches conducted respectively with those responsible for clinical tests at manufacturers and brands, and with laboratories have made it possible to establish an original and unprecedented panorama of the testing activity at the heart of a global beauty market of 228 billion euros, particularly resilient and dynamic in Europe.
In 2021, skin care alone accounted for 41% of sales, followed by hair care (22%) and makeup (16%). Perfumes and hygiene products represent 11% and 10% respectively.
The study gives the trends and concerns of the actors involved, indicates the key criteria for the selection of laboratories by clinical evaluation managers, geographically locates the flagship poles of the testing activity with Europe in the lead and segments the main players according to their age, size etc.
The complete study and personalized support: the exhaustive study, of about fifty pages illustrated by graphs, sheds light on the value of this market, both qualitative and quantitative. Skinobs offers decryption and personalized recommendations to players wishing to deploy a coherent and sustainable development strategy for their products and services.