Flower extracts for skin care
Flowers have been used in skin care for ages – but they’re still continuing to make an impact in the industry. Consumer preferences towards natural ingredients in cosmetic and personal care products as the major growth driver. Increased consciousness about health and wellness—especially among millennials—are making “green beauty,” “clean beauty” and “natural beauty” some of the buzziest words in the biz and flower extracts are again becoming one of the most demanded ingredients in skin care.
The natural preservatives found in many flowers provide restorative properties and also depending on the flower can add many other properties. The uses of floral extracts are diverse and that’s why it has increased their application potential in the industry. The study anticipates the sales of natural floral extracts to increase more and more, with rapid adoption of organic variants likely resulting in an increase in market share.