As the COVID-19 Pandemic Recedes, a Wave of Skin Whitening and Beauty Is Sweeping Across the Globe.
In the post-pandemic landscape, as people resume socializing and traveling, and unmask their faces, the acceptance of dull and lackluster skin has diminished. Showcasing a healthy and radiant complexion has become the norm, driving a significant uptick in the demand for skin whitening and beauty products. According to Global Information data, the global skin whitening product market is projected to reach $16.8 billion by 2030. Additionally, as per statistics from the LeadLeo Research Institute of China, the market size of the Chinese oral beauty supplement industry is expected to steadily grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.3% from 2020 to 2025, reaching ¥25.57 billion by 2025.
Preserving radiant skin necessitates a dual approach, involving both internal and external care to mitigate the impact of UV rays on the face and the body’s skin. While applying sunscreen is a recognized method for external UV protection, the contemporary approach to skin whitening and skincare emphasizes the importance of internal defense for comprehensive sun protection. A range of health supplements tailored for skin whitening and sun protection is readily available in the market. Selecting the appropriate supplement and establishing a daily routine for supplementation are crucial steps toward achieving optimal results.
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The Evolution and Succession of Skin Whitening Ingredients
Statistics from the American Cancer Society reveal that in a study of 800,000 skin cancer cases, 90% were attributed to sun exposure. The impact of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin should not be underestimated, as it can result in concerns such as wrinkles, dryness, peeling, and pigmentation irregularities, with skin cancer being the most severe consequence. Public concerns about facial skin aging prioritize issues like fine lines, skin dullness, and loss of elasticity, according to statistics. UV radiation’s role in promoting melanin production is closely tied to the action of free radicals. Achieving an improved skin tone involves reducing melanin production while enhancing skin metabolism.
The market offers a diverse range of health ingredients for skin whitening, and selecting the appropriate ones is crucial for ensuring both safety and effectiveness. Key skin whitening ingredients encompass Vitamin C (supports smooth and firm skin), Acerola Cherry (repairs damaged skin), Glutathione, Lingonberry Extract (inhibits UV-induced melanin production), Crystal Tomato (combats UV damage and provides antioxidant benefits), Organic Taiwanese Roses (similarly combat UV damage and offer antioxidant properties), and Anthocyanins (maintain the skin’s smoothness and firmness).
The pursuit of beautiful skin propels ongoing research and development of skin-whitening ingredients, compelling beauty, and healthcare providers to explore innovative solutions that cater to consumers’ desires for fair and radiant skin. Wel-Bloom Biotech actively participates in this endeavor, taking pride in our exclusive skin whitening and beauty health ingredient, known as “Black Crystal Roselle.” This ingredient boasts superb antioxidant properties, with delphinidin and cyanidin levels 5.5 times and 7.7 times higher than typical commercial varieties. It effectively shields against damage from ultraviolet A (UVA) rays and enhances the viability of skin cells. Our dedication is unwavering as we strive to provide reliable support for achieving your dream of fair and radiant skin.