Global Microbiome in Skincare Market

Report ID : 1048 | Published : 2022-10-03 | Pages: 140 | Format: PDF/EXCEL

Microbiome in skincare represents a key functional ingredient that is effective against various skin concerns such as acne, wrinkle, and blemishes. The skincare industry has been investigating microbiome to enhance the function and beauty of the skin, and research studies are developing microbiome-based treatments for specific skin conditions. Products involved in skincare have assessed microbiome as “bioactive components” to aid enhance the beauty and function of the skin. Microbiome-based products chiefly include Probiotics, Prebiotics, Postbiotics, and Others.

Shifting trends towards microbiome skincare products on account of the increasing popularity of probiotic skincare products to drive the global microbiome skincare market. In addition, Growing technological advancement along with Introduction of various customized products sourced from natural ingredients are some other significant factors that are expected to witness significant market growth during the forecast period. However, At present, the skincare industry has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent lockdown situation across the globe, including all the regions including North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the Word. COVID-19 pandemic is expected to affect the consumer’s spending power due to economic challenges and temporarily suspended production units.

The global Microbiome in Skincare market is segmented on the basis of product, application, and region. Based on the products, the market is divided into Probiotics, Prebiotics, Postbiotics, and Others. On the basis of application type, the market is segmented into Atopic Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Acne, and Others. Based on region, the market is studied across North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and LAMEA. Among that, Europe held the largest share of the market, followed by America and Asia Pacific. On the other hand, North America is expected to dominate the market during the analysis of forecast period.

The key players of this market include Aurelia Skincare Ltd., Gallinée, ELSI Beauty, Mother Dirt, Esse Probiotic Skincare, S-Biomedic, Joyōme, Elizabeth Arden, Yun Perobiotherapy, TULA Life, INC, The Beauty Chef, L’Oreal (Lancôme), Clinique, La Roche-Posay, Tomorrow’s Leaf, Bebe&Bella probiotic skincare, Ildong Pharmaceutical (First Lab), AmorePacific (Illiyoon), LACTOClear, BELANO medical AG, Interpharma Group, Glowbiotics, PierreF ProBiotic Skin Care, Annemarie Boerlind, BLACK PAINT Microbiome Skincare, The F.C. Sturtevant Company, AOBiome, Azitra, Inc., Colgate-Palmolive Company, Evelo Biosciences, Inc., Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., MATRISYS BIOSCIENCE, Quorum Innovations, Revlon, Siolta Therapeutics, The Estée Lauder Companies Inc., Unilever, and Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd and other prominent players.

Chapter 1. Methodology and Scope

1.1. Research Methodology

1.2. Research Scope & Assumptions

Chapter 2. Executive Summary

Chapter 3. Global Skin Microbiome Market Snapshot

Chapter 4. Global Skin Microbiome Market Variables, Trends & Scope

4.1. Market Segmentation & Scope

4.2. Drivers

4.3. Challenges

4.4. Trends

4.5. Penetration & Growth Prospect Mapping

4.6. Clinical Trial/Pipeline Analysis

4.7. Industry Analysis – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4.8. Competitive Landscape & Market Share Analysis

4.9. Technology Advancement in Skin Microbiome

4.10. Key Trends in the Market

4.11. Covid-19 Impact on Beauty Industry

Chapter 5. Market Segmentation 1: Product Estimates & Trend Analysis

5.1. Product Type & Market Share, 2019 & 2028

5.2. Market Size (Value US$ Mn) & Forecasts and Trend Analyses, 2018 to 2028 for the following Product:

5.2.1. Probiotics

5.2.2. Prebiotics

5.2.3. Postbiotics

5.2.4. Others (Therapeutic/Pharma Products)

Chapter 6. Skin Microbiome Market Segmentation 2: Application Estimates & Trend Analysis

6.1. Application Analysis & Market Share, 2019 & 2028

6.2. Market Size (Value US$ Mn) & Forecasts and Trend Analyses, 2019 to 2028 for the following Application:

6.2.1. Atopic Dermatitis

6.2.2. Psoriasis

6.2.3. Eczema

6.2.4. Anti-aging

6.2.5. Acne

6.2.6. Others

Chapter 7. Skin Microbiome Market Segmentation 3: Regional Estimates & Trend Analysis

7.1. North America

7.1.1. North America Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) estimates and forecasts by product, 2019-2028

7.1.2. North America Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) estimates and forecasts by application, 2019-2028

7.1.3. North America Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) estimates and forecasts by country, 2019-2028 U.S. Canada

7.2. Europe

7.2.1. Europe Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by product, 2019-2028

7.2.2. Europe Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by application, 2019-2028

7.2.3. Europe Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by country, 2019-2028 Germany Poland France Italy Spain UK Rest of Europe

7.3. Asia Pacific

7.3.1. Asia Pacific Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by product, 2019-2028

7.3.2. Asia Pacific Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by application, 2019-2028

7.3.3. Asia Pacific Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by country, 2019-2028 China India Japan Australia Rest of Asia Pacific

7.4. Latin America

7.4.1. Latin America Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by product, (US$ Million)

7.4.2. Latin America Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by Application, (US$ Million)

7.4.3. Latin America Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by country, (US$ Million) 2019-2028 Brazil Rest of Latin America

7.5. MEA

7.5.1. MEA revenue Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by product, (US$ Million) 2019-2028

7.5.2. MEA revenue Skin Microbiome Market revenue (US$ Million) by country, (US$ Million) 2019-2028 South Africa GCC Countries Rest of MEA

Chapter 8. Competitive Landscape

8.1. Major Mergers and Acquisitions/Strategic Alliances

8.2. Company Profiles

8.2.1. Aurelia Skincare Ltd.

8.2.2. Gallinée

8.2.3. ELSI Beauty

8.2.4. Mother Dirt

8.2.5. Esse Probiotic Skincare

8.2.6. S-Biomedic

8.2.7. Joyōme

8.2.8. Elizabeth Arden

8.2.9. Yun Perobiotherapy

8.2.10. TULA Life, INC

8.2.11. The Beauty Chef

8.2.12. L’Oreal (Lancôme)

8.2.13. Clinique

8.2.14. La Roche-Posay

8.2.15. Tomorrow’s Leaf

8.2.16. Bebe&Bella probiotic skincare

8.2.17. Ildong Pharmaceutical (First Lab)

8.2.18. AmorePacific (Illiyoon)

8.2.19. LACTOClear

8.2.20. BELANO medical AG

8.2.21. Interpharma Group

8.2.22. Glowbiotics

8.2.23. PierreF ProBiotic Skin Care

8.2.24. Annemarie Boerlind

8.2.25. BLACK PAINT Microbiome Skincare

8.2.26. The F.C. Sturtevant Company

8.2.27. AOBiome

8.2.28. Azitra, Inc.

8.2.29. Colgate-Palmolive Company

8.2.30. Evelo Biosciences, Inc.


8.2.32. Quorum Innovations

8.2.33. Revlon

8.2.34. Siolta Therapeutics

8.2.35. The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.

8.2.36. Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd

8.2.37. Dermala Inc.

8.2.38. List of Other prominent players

Global Microbiome in Skincare Market Segmentation


Global Microbiome in Skincare Market by Product

  • Probiotics
  • Prebiotics
  • Postbiotics
  • Others

Global Microbiome in Skincare Market Based on Application

  • Atopic Dermatitis
  • Psoriasis
  • Acne
  • Others

Global Microbiome in Skincare Market Based on Region


  • U.K.
  • Germany
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Russia
  • Rest of Europe

North America

  • U.S.
  • Canada

Asia Pacific

  • India
  • China
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Australia & New Zealand

Latin America

  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Rest of Latin America

Middle East & Africa

  • GCC Countries
  • South Africa
  • Rest of Middle East & Africa

InsightAce Analytic follows a standard and comprehensive market research methodology focused on offering the most accurate and precise market insights. The methods followed for all our market research studies include three significant steps – primary research, secondary research, and data modeling and analysis - to derive the current market size and forecast it over the forecast period. In this study, these three steps were used iteratively to generate valid data points (minimum deviation), which were cross-validated through multiple approaches mentioned below in the data modeling section.

Through secondary research methods, information on the market under study, its peer, and the parent market was collected. This information was then entered into data models. The resulted data points and insights were then validated by primary participants.

Based on additional insights from these primary participants, more directional efforts were put into doing secondary research and optimize data models. This process was repeated till all data models used in the study produced similar results (with minimum deviation). This way, this iterative process was able to generate the most accurate market numbers and qualitative insights.

Secondary research

The secondary research sources that are typically mentioned to include, but are not limited to:

  • Company websites, financial reports, annual reports, investor presentations, broker reports, and SEC filings.
  • External and internal proprietary databases, regulatory databases, and relevant patent analysis
  • Statistical databases, National government documents, and market reports
  • Press releases, news articles, and webcasts specific to the companies operating in the market

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Primary Research:

Primary research involves telephonic interviews, e-mail interactions, as well as face-to-face interviews for each market, category, segment, and subsegment across geographies

The contributors who typically take part in such a course include, but are not limited to: 

  • Industry participants: CEOs, CBO, CMO, VPs, marketing/ type managers, corporate strategy managers, and national sales managers, technical personnel, purchasing managers, resellers, and distributors.
  • Outside experts: Valuation experts, Investment bankers, research analysts specializing in specific markets
  • Key opinion leaders (KOLs) specializing in unique areas corresponding to various industry verticals
  • End-users: Vary mainly depending upon the market

Data Modeling and Analysis:

In the iterative process (mentioned above), data models received inputs from primary as well as secondary sources. But analysts working on these models were the key. They used their extensive knowledge and experience about industry and topic to make changes and fine-tuning these models as per the product/service under study.

The standard data models used while studying this market were the top-down and bottom-up approaches and the company shares analysis model. However, other methods were also used along with these – which were specific to the industry and product/service under study.

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