Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market Revenue, Sales, Demand and Forecast 2032

Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market Size- By Product, By Consumer Group, By Distribution Channel, By Application, By Age Group, By Price- Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Segment Forecasts to 2032

Published: Nov 2022 Base Year: 2021 Report ID: NUTR2201
Available Format: Historical Data: 2019 - 2020 Number of Pages: 1 - 242
Category : Nutraceuticals
Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market Overview:

According to SPER Market Research, the Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is estimated to reach USD 86.37 million by 2032 with a CAGR of 4.12%. 

A supplement is intended to complement the diet when used orally as a pill, capsule, tablet, or liquid. A supplement can offer nutrients that have been synthesized or taken from dietary sources, either alone or in combination. Disorders with fertility and other issues in women are brought on by dietary changes and insufficient nutritional intake. Numerous nutritional supplement items, including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, botanicals, proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, and probiotics, are sold on the market and are used to address various health ailments in women as well as problems with their appearance related to their skin, hair, and nails.



The sector is being driven by the rising demand for additional vitamins, such as vitamins A, B, C, and E, among women of all ages who suffer from vitamin deficiencies. In order to fulfill the rising demand, businesses all around the world are also investing in the research and development of new vitamin products. To make the user seem younger and more attractive, anti-aging creams, serums, moisturising creams, and other items are utilised. They shield the skin from UV radiation and keep the pH level at a healthy level. These are some of the main forces influencing the market for women's health and beauty products.

Salicylic acid and tea tree oil are now used in face washes and other beauty products to treat acne, scars, cystic acne, and other skin issues. This helps to cleanse the skin's pores and maintains the skin looking clean and healthy. Because of these advantages, there will probably be more demand for beauty products in the future. Women who have gone through menopause are more susceptible to conditions including anemia, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis (OA), fibromyalgia, obesity, and depression. It is predicted that new product advancements that reduce the risk of postmenopausal health issues including osteoporosis would increase product acceptability. 

According to WHO research, 73% of postmenopausal women have hot flashes, which increase their need on certain drugs along with sleep difficulties and exhaustion. Growth in the market for women's health and beauty supplements is driven by an increase in the number of health-conscious people. In addition, the market is growing because of an increase in demand from the older population, who prefer the superior flavour and convenience of consumption. Increased use of probiotic beverages has a beneficial effect on the market expansion. Additionally, it is anticipated that increased R&D for the creation of superior health supplements for a range of nutritional inadequacies would fuel market expansion during the projection period. The market for women's health and beauty supplements is anticipated to develop, although strict government restrictions and regulations may impede this.



Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market  
The pandemic has a beneficial effect on the market since most nations implemented lockdown measures to stop the virus' spread. Companies found it challenging to get their products on the market for widespread consumer use at the start of the spread. Additionally, the shutdown of industrial activities significantly disrupted the supply chain for the production of nutritional goods. Additionally, customers only paid attention to necessities like food and drink. However, businesses have restarted their procedures to meet the market need for items as lockdowns have eased and COVID-19 instances have decreased. The immune system has been proven to benefit from dietary supplements, according to study. The demand for dietary supplements has significantly expanded as a result of this new trend. The COVID-19 epidemic has also raised consumer awareness of the importance of taking care of one's own physical, mental, and emotional needs. As a result, the use of health and beauty supplements has expanded.

Scope of the Report:
 Report Metric Details
 Market size available for years 2019-2032
 Base year considered 2021
 Forecast period 2022-2032
 Segments coveredBy Product, By Consumer Group, By Distribution Channel, By Application, By Age Group, By Price
 Geographies coveredNorth America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
 Companies CoveredAsahi Group Holdings, Ltd., Bayer AG, Bio Veda Action Research Co., Blackmores, BY-HEALTH Co., Ltd., Clinic Health Pvt. Ltd, Clinique Laboratories, LLC, FANCL Corp., Femarelle, Garden of Life (Nestle), GNC Holdings Inc., Grape King Bio Ltd., Guardian.in, Herbalife International of America Inc., INJA WELLNESS LLP, Minimalist, Nature’s Bounty Co., Neemli, Nu Skin Enterprise, Inc., Organic Harvest, OZiva, Pfizer Inc., Pharmavite LLC, Revital Ltd., Standard Foods Corp., Suntory Holdings Ltd., Swisse Wellness Pty. Ltd, Taisho Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., The Derma Co, The Himalaya Drug Company, The Nature’s Bounty Co, Truebasics.com, USANA Health Sciences, Inc., Vita Life Sciences.
Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market Segmentation:

By Product: Based on the Product, Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is segmented as; Vitamins & Minerals, Botanical, Proteins & Amino Acids, Omega-3, Probiotics and Others.

By Consumer Group: Based on the Consumer Group, Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is segmented as; Pre & postnatal, Premenstrual syndrome, Perimenopause, Postmenopause and Others.

By Distribution Channel: Based on the Distribution Channel, Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is segmented as; Online (Third Party Website, Company Owned Website), Offline (Specialty Stores, Hypermarkets and Supermarkets, Others).

By Application: Based on the Application, Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is segmented as; Beauty (Skin, Hair, Nail) and Women Health.

By Age Group: Based on the Age Group, Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is segmented as; Age 15 – 30, Age 31 – 50, Age 51 – 70, Above 70 years.

By Price: 
Based on the Price, Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is segmented as; Low (US$ 25 and below), Medium (US$ 26 – US$ 80) and High (US$ 80 and above).

By Region: The market for women's health and beauty supplements is anticipated to grow most rapidly in North America, then Europe. In addition, Asia-Pacific is anticipated to have the largest market development potential during the projection period due to the region's expanding patient base and rising healthcare awareness. Additional factors contributing to the Asia-Pacific market's growth include rising per capita income and regional governments' efforts to improve healthcare standards. The market for women's health and beauty supplements is anticipated to develop, although strict government restrictions and regulations may impede this.

1. Introduction
1.1. Scope of the report
1.2. Market segment analysis

2. Research Methodology
2.1 Research data source
2.1.1 Secondary data
2.1.2 Primary data
2.1.3 SPER’s internal database
2.1.4 Premium insight from KOL’s
2.2 Market size estimation
2.2.1 Top-down and Bottom-up approach
2.3 Data triangulation

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics
4.1. Driver, Restraint, Opportunity and Challenges analysis
4.1.1 Drivers
4.1.2 Restraints
4.1.3 Opportunities
4.1.4 Challenges 
4.2. COVID-19 Impacts of the Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market 

5. Market variables and outlook
5.1. SWOT analysis 
5.1.1 Strengths 
5.1.2 Weaknesses 
5.1.3 Opportunities
5.1.4 Threats
5.2. PESTEL analysis 
5.2.1 Political landscape
5.2.2 Economic landscape
5.2.3 Social landscape 
5.2.4 Technological landscape 
5.2.5 Environmental landscape 
5.2.6 Legal landscape 
5.3. PORTER’S five forces analysis 
5.3.1 Bargaining power of suppliers 
5.3.2 Bargaining power of Buyers 
5.3.3 Threat of Substitute 
5.3.4 Threat of new entrant 
5.3.5 Competitive rivalry
5.4. Heat map analysis

6. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Product, 2019-2032 (USD Million)
6.1.  Vitamins & Minerals 
6.2.  Botanical 
6.3.  Proteins & Amino Acids 
6.4.  Omega-3
6.5.  Probiotics
6.6.  Others

7. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Consumer Group, 2019-2032 (USD Million)
7.1. Pre & postnatal 
7.2. Premenstrual syndrome 
7.3. Perimenopause
7.4. Postmenopause
7.5. Others

8. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Distribution Channel, 2019-2032 (USD Million)
8.1 Online
8.1.1 Third Party Website
8.1.2 Company Owned Website
8.2 Offline
8.2.1 Specialty Stores
8.2.2 Hypermarkets and Supermarkets
8.2.3 Others (Independent Retail Stores, etc.)

9. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Application, 2019-2032 (USD Million)
9.1 Beauty 
9.1.1 Skin 
9.1.2 Hair 
9.1.3 Nail 
9.2 Women Health

10. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Age Group, 2019-2032 (USD Million)
10.1 Age 15 - 30
10.2 Age 31 - 50
10.3 Age 51 - 70
10.4 Above 70 years

11. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Price 2019-2032 (USD Million)
11.1. Low (US$ 25 and below)
11.2. Medium (US$ 26 – US$ 80)
11.3. High (US$ 80 and above)

12. Global Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market, By Region, 2019-2032 (USD Million)
12.1 North America
12.1.1 United States
12.1.2 Canada
12.1.3 Mexico
12.2 Europe
12.2.1 Germany
12.2.2 United Kingdom
12.2.3 France
12.2.4 Italy
12.2.5 Spain
12.2.6 Rest of Europe
12.3 Asia-Pacific
12.3.1 China
12.3.2 Japan
12.3.3 India
12.3.4 Australia
12.3.5 South Korea
12.3.6 Rest of Asia-Pacific
12.4 South America
12.4.1 Brazil
12.4.2 Argentina
12.4.3 Rest of South America
12.5 Middle East & Africa
12.5.1 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
12.5.2 United Arab Emirates
12.5.3 Rest of Middle East & Africa

13. Company Profiles
13.1 Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd.
13.1.1 Company details 
13.1.2 Financial outlook
13.1.3 Product summary 
13.1.4 Recent developments

13.2 Bayer AG
13.2.1 Company details 
13.2.2 Financial outlook
13.2.3 Product summary 
13.2.4 Recent developments

13.3 Bio Veda Action Research Co.
13.3.1 Company details 
13.3.2 Financial outlook
13.3.3 Product summary 
13.3.4 Recent developments

13.4 Blackmores
13.4.1 Company details 
13.4.2 Financial outlook
13.4.3 Product summary 
13.4.4 Recent developments

13.5 BY-HEALTH Co., Ltd.
13.5.1 Company details 
13.5.2 Financial outlook
13.5.3 Product summary 
13.5.4 Recent developments

13.6 Clinic Health Pvt. Ltd
13.6.1 Company details 
13.6.2 Financial outlook
13.6.3 Product summary 
13.6.4 Recent developments

13.7 Clinique Laboratories, LLC
13.7.1 Company details 
13.7.2 Financial outlook
13.7.3 Product summary 
13.7.4 Recent developments

13.8 FANCL Corp.
13.8.1 Company details 
13.8.2 Financial outlook
13.8.3 Product summary 
13.8.4 Recent developments

13.9 Femarelle
13.9.1 Company details 
13.9.2 Financial outlook
13.9.3 Product summary 
13.9.4 Recent developments

13.10 Garden of Life (Nestle)
13.10.1 Company details 
13.10.2 Financial outlook
13.10.3 Product summary 
13.10.4 Recent developments

13.11 GNC Holdings Inc.
13.11.1 Company details 
13.11.2 Financial outlook
13.11.3 Product summary 
13.11.4 Recent developments

13.12 Grape King Bio Ltd.
13.12.1 Company details 
13.12.2 Financial outlook
13.12.3 Product summary 
13.12.4 Recent developments

13.13 Guardian.in
13.13.1 Company details 
13.13.2 Financial outlook
13.13.3 Product summary 
13.13.4 Recent developments

13.14 Herbalife International of America Inc.
13.14.1 Company details 
13.14.2 Financial outlook
13.14.3 Product summary 
13.14.4 Recent developments

13.15 INJA WELLNESS LLP
13.15.1 Company details 
13.15.2 Financial outlook
13.15.3 Product summary 
13.15.4 Recent developments

13.16 Minimalist
13.16.1 Company details 
13.16.2 Financial outlook
13.16.3 Product summary 
13.16.4 Recent developments

13.17 Nature’s Bounty Co.
13.17.1 Company details 
13.17.2 Financial outlook
13.17.3 Product summary 
13.17.4 Recent developments

13.18 Neemli
13.18.1 Company details 
13.18.2 Financial outlook
13.18.3 Product summary 
13.18.4 Recent developments

13.19 Nu Skin Enterprise, Inc.
13.19.1 Company details 
13.19.2 Financial outlook
13.19.3 Product summary 
13.19.4 Recent developments

13.20 Organic Harvest
13.20.1 Company details 
13.20.2 Financial outlook
13.20.3 Product summary 
13.20.4 Recent developments

13.21 OZiva
13.21.1 Company details 
13.21.2 Financial outlook
13.21.3 Product summary 
13.21.4 Recent developments

13.22 Pfizer Inc.
13.22.1 Company details 
13.22.2 Financial outlook
13.22.3 Product summary 
13.22.4 Recent developments

13.23 Pharmavite LLC
13.23.1 Company details 
13.23.2 Financial outlook
13.23.3 Product summary 
13.23.4 Recent developments

13.24 Revital Ltd.
13.24.1 Company details 
13.24.2 Financial outlook
13.24.3 Product summary 
13.24.4 Recent developments

13.25 Standard Foods Corp.
13.25.1 Company details 
13.25.2 Financial outlook
13.25.3 Product summary 
13.25.4 Recent developments

13.26 Suntory Holdings Ltd.
13.26.1 Company details 
13.26.2 Financial outlook
13.26.3 Product summary 
13.26.4 Recent developments

13.27 Swisse Wellness Pty. Ltd  
13.27.1 Company details 
13.27.2 Financial outlook
13.27.3 Product summary 
13.27.4 Recent developments

13.28 Taisho Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.
13.28.1 Company details 
13.28.2 Financial outlook
13.28.3 Product summary 
13.28.4 Recent developments

13.29 The Derma Co
13.29.1 Company details 
13.29.2 Financial outlook
13.29.3 Product summary 
13.29.4 Recent developments

13.30 The Himalaya Drug Company
13.30.1 Company details 
13.30.2 Financial outlook
13.30.3 Product summary 
13.30.4 Recent developments

13.31 The Nature’s Bounty Co
13.31.1 Company details 
13.31.2 Financial outlook
13.31.3 Product summary 
13.31.4 Recent developments

13.32 Truebasics.com
13.32.1 Company details 
13.32.2 Financial outlook
13.32.3 Product summary 
13.32.4 Recent developments 

13.33 USANA Health Sciences, Inc.
13.33.1 Company details 
13.33.2 Financial outlook
13.33.3 Product summary 
13.33.4 Recent developments

13.34 Vita Life Sciences
13.34.1 Company details 
13.34.2 Financial outlook
13.34.3 Product summary 
13.34.4 Recent developments

SPER Market Research’s methodology uses great emphasis on primary research to ensure that the market intelligence insights are up to date, reliable and accurate. Primary interviews are done with players involved in each phase of a supply chain to analyze the market forecasting. The secondary research method is used to help you fully understand how the future markets and the spending patterns look likes.

The report is based on in-depth qualitative and quantitative analysis of the Product Market. The quantitative analysis involves the application of various projection and sampling techniques. The qualitative analysis involves primary interviews, surveys, and vendor briefings.  The data gathered as a result of these processes are validated through experts opinion. Our research methodology entails an ideal mixture of primary and secondary initiatives.

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Frequently Asked Questions About This Report
The Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market grew in market size from 2021. The Market is expected to reach USD 86.37 million by 2030, at a CAGR of 4.12% during the forecast period.
The Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market CAGR of 4.12% during the forecast period.
The Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market size is USD 86.37 million from 2022 to 2030.
The Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market segment is Covered By Product, By Consumer Group, By Distribution Channel, By Application, By Age Group, By Price.
The North America region is anticipated to have the highest market share in the Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market.
The key players in the market include Companies Covered Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd., Bayer AG, Bio Veda Action Research Co., Blackmores, BY-HEALTH Co., Ltd., Clinic Health Pvt. Ltd, Clinique Laboratories, LLC, FANCL Corp., Femarelle, Garden of Life (Nestle), GNC Holdings Inc., Grape King Bio Ltd., Guardian.in, Herbalife International of America Inc., INJA WELLNESS LLP, Minimalist, Nature’s Bounty Co., Neemli, Nu Skin Enterprise, Inc., Organic Harvest, OZiva, Pfizer Inc., Pharmavite LLC, Revital Ltd., Standard Foods Corp., Suntory Holdings Ltd., Swisse Wellness Pty. Ltd, Taisho Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., The Derma Co, The Himalaya Drug Company, The Nature’s Bounty Co, Truebasics.com, USANA Health Sciences, Inc., Vita Life Sciences.
To improve the quality and quantity, companies all over the world are investing in the research and development of new vitamin products. Anti-aging creams, serums, moisturising creams, and other things are used to make the person appear younger and more appealing.
The Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market is projected to reach USD 86.37 million by 2032, growing at a CAGR of 4.12% during the forecast period.
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