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個人護理行業的聚合物增長機會

Growth Opportunities for Polymers in Personal Care

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 988591
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 74 Pages
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個人護理行業的聚合物增長機會 Growth Opportunities for Polymers in Personal Care
出版日期: 2020年12月26日內容資訊: 英文 74 Pages
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聚合物在個人護理行業中起著重要作用,包括乳化劑,流變改性劑,增稠劑,調理劑和輸送系統。但是,由於世界各國政府對合成聚合物(尤其是微珠)提出了嚴格的規定,製造商傾向於將重點放在生物基,可再生,天然存在的聚合物上。

澱粉,纖維素和聚羥基鏈烷酸酯(PHA)等聚合物在個人護理產品的配方和包裝中的研究與開發活動不斷增加,並且源自植物,用於開發生物聚合物和化學品,生物材料正在經歷重大創新。製造商還與新興企業和研究型大學合作,將新的化學品和配方推向市場,並參與合作夥伴關係,收購和研究項目,以開發新產品以滿足客戶需求,並提供資金。

本報告調查個人護理行業中的聚合物,並提供有關技術條件,創新指標,公司趨勢,增長機會等的信息。

目錄

第1章戰略帝國

第2章執行摘要

  • 調查範圍
  • 調查方法
  • 主要調查結果

第3章技術情況

  • 聚合物添加到個人護理產品中,可改善質地,功能和耐用性
  • 個人護理行業中的聚合物,用作乳化劑,輸送系統和流變改性劑
  • 對基於合成聚合物的微珠以及禁止驅動生物聚合物需求的危險成分的擔憂
  • 使用生態標籤增加對天然聚合物需求的對低碳化妝品的需求不斷增加
  • 人工智能生產針對DNA,膚色,過敏症定制的化妝品
  • 具有新的生物經濟和可持續發展前景的個人護理行業聚合物的生物基原料
  • 用生物基或天然聚合物代替合成對應物,並創建清潔的標籤配方等。

第4章創新指標

  • 推出以天然和生物基聚合物為重點的新產品,並獲得了製造商的認可
  • 研究人員利用生物工程方法利用微生物菌株生產生物聚合物
  • 公共和私人資金項目,用於開發新的流行的基於生物聚合物的配方
  • 收購和聯盟,這是公司擴展產品組合的關鍵領域
  • 知識產權分析顯示,在美國和歐洲,專利活動活躍

第5章企業趨勢

  • 非動物性殼聚醣,易於生物降解,低分子量和高分子量均可提供
  • 含葡萄糖的水性人造生物聚合物,可以回收和堆肥
  • 來自農業廢棄物的多羥基鏈烷酸酯,可替代合成微珠
  • 植物來源的聚異戊二烯生物聚合物,具有與天然橡膠相似的性能
  • 通過閉環生物過程生產的聚羥基鏈烷酸酯(PHA)
  • 轉基因細菌,用於從絲蛋白生產生物聚合物
  • 衣康酸基100%水溶性生物聚合物,不含添加劑或防腐劑等。

第6章增長機會

  • 增長機會:具有抗菌特性的生物聚合物的開發
  • 全球Covid-19大流行增加了對化妝品和包裝具有抗菌特性的可持續性和生物酸原料的興趣
  • 增長機會:定制產品的智能透皮給藥和人工智能
  • 借助人工智能和智能透皮遞送系統來刺激對合成生物學生物聚合物的需求
  • 增長機會:可生物降解的有機認證聚合物的開發
  • 通過禁止合成微珠來提高對認證成分的需求,以及可持續性的重要性日益提高

第7章主要聯繫信息

下一步

目錄
Product Code: D9CB

Innovations in Biopolymers and Naturally Derived Polymers Changing Industry Dynamics

Polymers play an important role as an emulsifier, rheology modifier, thickener, conditioning agent, and delivery system, among others in the personal care industry. The majority of the polymers dominating the personal care industry are of synthetic origin; however, due to stringent regulations on synthetic polymers especially microbeads proposed by government of different countries across the globe have pushed manufacturers to move their focus towards bio-based or renewable and natural sourced polymers.

Polymers like starch, cellulose, Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) have witnessed increased research and development activities in personal care product formulation and packaging applications.

Bio feedstocks derived from plant origins like sugar for developing biopolymers or chemicals have seen significant innovations.

Manufacturers are collaborating with startups and research universities to bring novel chemistries and formulations to the market. In addition, partnerships, acquisitions, and funding research projects are also being witnessed for new product development to cater to customer demand.

Table of Contents

1.0 STRATEGIC IMPERATIVES

  • 1.1 The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • 1.2 The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • 1.3 The Impact Of The Top Three Strategic Imperatives On Polymers In The Personal Care Industry
  • 1.4 About The Growth Pipeline EngineTM
  • 1.5 Growth Opportunities Fuel The Growth Pipeline Engine™

2.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 2.1 RESEARCH SCOPE
  • 2.2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  • 2.3 Key Findings

3.0 TECHNOLOGY LANDSCAPE

  • 3.1 Polymer Addition To Personal Care Products Enhances Texture, Functionality, And Durability
  • 3.1.1 Polymers in Personal Care Industry Utilized as Emulsifiers, Delivery Systems, And Rheology Modifiers
  • 3.2. Concerns About Synthetic Polymer-based Microbeads and Ban On Unsafe Ingredients Propelling Demand For Biopolymers
  • 3.3 Rising Demand For Low Carbon Cosmetic Formulations With Eco Labels Boosting Demand For Natural Polymers
  • 3.4 Artificial Intelligence to Produce Customized Cosmetic Products as Per DNA, Skin Tone and Allergies
  • 3.5 Bio-based Feedstocks Can Create New Bioeconomy And Sustainable Future For Polymers In The Personal Care Industry
  • 3.6 Bio-based Or Natural Polymers Can Replace Synthetic Counterparts And Help To Create Clean Label Formulations
  • 3.7 Succinoglycan Derived From Bacterial Fermentation Offers Excellent Pseudo Elasticity And Fast Absorbance
  • 3.8 Brassica Campestris-aleurites Fordi Oil Copolymer Serves As An Alternative To Silicones
  • 3.9 Guar Gum Based Polymers Provide High Emulsion Stability In Personal Care Product Formulation
  • 3.10 Xanthan Gum Natural Polymer When Used In Low Concentration Offers High Viscosity
  • 3.11 Sugar-based Isobutene With More Than 50% Renewable Carbon Act As Biofeedstock For Polymers In Cosmetics
  • 3.12 Polyisoprene Biopolymer Derived From The Eucommia Plant Is Sustainable And Has Low Carbon Footprint
  • 3.13 Food Grade Kappa-carrageenan Improves Texture Of Cosmetic Products
  • 3.14 Alginate Retains Water For Longer Time And Maintains Skin Elasticity

4.0 INNOVATION INDICATORS

  • 4.1 New Product Launches With Focus on Natural And Bio-based Polymers With Certifications Prevalent Among Manufacturers
  • 4.2 Researchers are Utilizing Biotechnological Approach To Produce Biopolymers Using Microbial Strains
  • 4.3 Public and Private Funding Projects to Develop Novel Biopolymer-based Formulations Prevalent
  • 4.4 Acquisitions And Partnerships Are Focus Areas For Companies To Expand Product Portfolios
  • 4.5 IP Analysis Showcases High Patent Filing Activity In The US And Europe

5.0 COMPANIES TO ACTION

  • 5.1 Non-animal Sourced Chitosan Is Readily Biodegradable and Available in Both Low And High Molecular Weight
  • 5.2 Water-based Engineered Biopolymer From Glucose Is Recyclable And Compostable
  • 5.3 Polyhydroxyalkanoate Derived From Agricultural Waste As An Alternative To Synthetic Microbeads
  • 5.4 Plant-derived Polyisoprene Biopolymer With Properties Similar To Natural Rubber
  • 5.5 Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Produced In A Closed Loop Biological Process
  • 5.6 Genetically Modified Bacteria To Produce Biopolymers From Silk Proteins
  • 5.7 Itaconic Acid-based 100% Water Soluble Biopolymer Doesn't Contain Any Additives Or Preservatives
  • 5.8 Isobutene As Biofeedstock For Polymers Produced Via Fermentation
  • 5.9 Renewable Feedstocks Utilized To Produce Cellulose Composites For Cosmetic And Personal Care Products
  • 5.10 Mushroom-based Chitosan Biopolymer For Food, Cosmetics, Medical, And Pharmaceutical Industries
  • 5.11 Biopolymers From Polyglutamic Acid Have Excellent Rheological And Texturizing Properties
  • 5.12 Natural Polycarbonate Platform To Develop Biopolymers With Faster Degradation Rate
  • 5.13 1,4-Butanediol (BDO) As Biofeedstock For The Plastic And Cosmetic Industries
  • 5.14 Lipid- And Biopolymer-based Encapsulation Technology For Delivering Active Ingredients
  • 5.15 Synthetic Biology Coupled With Machine Learning Tools To Design Microbes For Biopolymers
  • 5.16 Intelligent Wrinkle Reducing Patch Serves As An Alternative To Painful Injectable Remedies
  • 5.17 Natural Protein Sources Utilized To Develop Polymers With Excellent Antioxidant Properties
  • 5.18 Starch And Corn Sourced Polymers Are Certified Organic And Ecocert
  • 5.19 Succinoglycan Gum Is Easily Absorbed By Skin And Leaves No Residues
  • 5.20 Non-GMO Sourced Corn Utilized To Develop Polymer For Hair Styling Products
  • 5.21 Dispensing Device Powered By Artificial Intelligence And Augmented Reality To Provide Plastic Less Formulation

6.0 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES

  • 6.1 Growth Opportunity: Development Of Biopolymers With Antimicrobial Properties
  • 6.2 Global Covid-19 Pandemic has Increased Interest Towards Sustainability And Bio-soured Materials With Antimicrobial Properties For Cosmetic Products And Packaging
  • 6.3 Growth Opportunity: Intelligent Transdermal Drug Delivery And Artificial Intelligence For Customized Products
  • 6.4 Synthetic Biology With Artificial Intelligence And Intelligent Transdermal Delivery Systems Is Boosting Biopolymer Demand
  • 6.5 Growth Opportunity: Development of Biodegradable, Organically Certified Polymers
  • 6.6 Ban On Synthetic Microbeads Coupled With Growing Sustainability Importance Is Boosting The Demand For Certified Ingredients

7.0 KEY CONTACTS

  • 7.1 KEY CONTACTS
  • 7.2 KEY CONTACTS

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