In the forecast period of 2022 to 2032, the global DNA-based skin care market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3%. It is projected to grow steadily, reaching $4.7 billion in 2022 and $8.2 billion in 2032. Rising consumer spending is expected to accelerate the beauty and personal care industry, driving sales of DNA-based skin care products.

DNA-based skin care is the formulation and development of personalised skin care products based on patients' DNA. It entails obtaining DNA from a cheek swab and analysing it to determine the skin's inherent condition in terms of sun protection, collagen formation, antioxidant, glycation, and inflammation.

Increased spending on health and wellness products, as well as ongoing advances in genomics, are expected to benefit the market. Another factor driving the market is the inherent desire to look young, particularly among the geriatric population.

The growing influence of social media, lower prices for genetic diagnostics, and the expansion of the tourism industry are all expected to fuel the market. Furthermore, rising investments in the development of personalised medicines for the skin by numerous renowned as well as start-up companies are expected to accelerate the market.

CureSkin, a Bengaluru-based artificial intelligence-driven skin care and beauty brand, for example, successfully raised US$ 5 million in funding from JSW Ventures in March 2022. With this funding, the company hopes to expand into adjacent categories and increase its customer base. As new players enter the market and increase their investments, the market is expected to grow.

DNA-Based Skin Care Market: Market Participants

  • Genetic Beauty
  • DNA Skin Institute
  • EpigenCare
  • Caligenix
  • LifeNome
  • SkinDNA

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Key Segments Profiled in the DNA-Based Skin Care Industry Survey

By Product Type:

  • Serums
  • Creams
  • Others

By Distribution Channel:

  • Offline
  • Online

By End Use:

  • Home User
  • Wellness Clinics
  • Salons