Micro treatment products aim to treat highly specific skin issues
Implications - With skincare routines becoming increasingly lengthy and detailed, brands are offering micro-sized treatment products that deal with specific issues on specific parts of the skin. These products come as the "one size fits all" approach becomes irrelevant in a market where consumers are increasingly seeking personalized solutions, whether in the products' formulation or, as in this case, how they can be used.
Workshop Question - How could your brand personalize its products/services to individual consumers, or design them so that consumers have the autonomy to personalize the products/services themselves?
1. Personalized Skincare - Consumers desire personalized solutions, spurring brands to offer micro-sized treatments that deal with specific skin issues.
2. Hydrating Skincare Products - The use of natural and gentle solutions like the ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheets are growing popular among consumers concerned about the side effects of conventional chemical-based skincare treatments.
3. Natural Acne Treatment - The Mighty Patch by Hero Cosmetics uses hydrocolloid technology that cleans up and clears away pimples without harsh chemicals or drying formula.
1. Skincare Industry - The rise of personalized treatments and gentle natural solutions creates an opportunity for skincare companies to leverage the demands of consumers for their specific skin concerns.
2. Pharmaceutical Industry - Offering non-toxic skincare products with natural ingredients that promise effective results creates an opportunity for pharmaceutical companies to gain market share in the skincare industry.
3. Self-care Industry - With the increasing importance of self-care, there is an opportunity for companies in the self-care industry to tailor their products to consumers' desire for a natural approach to health and wellness.