The market size of India’s beauty, cosmetic and grooming market will touch 20 billion dollars by 2025 from the current level of 6.5 billion dollars on the back of rise in disposable income of middle class and more and more people aspiring to live good life and look good.
Recently new range of herbal beauty care products by Anjali’s Care was launched in the city of Kolkata. The company plans not only to focuss the eastern region of india but also to sell their products in Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.
“During the last decade, the herbal beauty care business has actually driven the growth of the beauty business in India. The emphasis has been on the spectacular growth of the herbal and ayurvedic beauty products business,” said Anjali Ganguly,the owner of Anjali’s Care.
The presence of artificial and chemical ingredients in their cosmetic products has made people rethink about suitable alternatives to suit their skin.People have also become aware of the “ingredients” of cosmetic products.
Today awareness of beauty products and treatments, fashion and grooming is at an all time high. The Indian customer is very much aware of the ingredients in cosmetic products, the benefits of plant products and the harmful effects of chemical ingredients.