Nitro Oxide for Beauty and Health

Exploring nutricosmetics further for the esthetician and spa professional

The US Beauty Market is headed to almost $130 billion in growth by 2030. Professional skincare will reach over $13.300 million by 2024. This is great news, especially coming out of a difficult year for estheticians, med-spas, cosmetic dermatology, and the aesthetics industry, due to COVID related issues.

According to Market Watch, a top focus that customers are interested in now and especially the future is anti-aging. In other words, how do we prevent or lessen the effects of aging? Advanced technologies for topical skincare products and medical-beauty devices are already in the works. These technologies are about how to deliver key ingredients into the skin to achieve effective results. There will be a multitude of new options and choices to offer clients for their skincare regimen.

Nutrition should also be considered an option, as there is much upside potential for the professional beauty trade. The majority of products purchased for beauty are online, including products for beauty such as collagen. This opens up a tremendous opportunity for skin and spa professionals to incorporate a new skincare category into their practice.

Since beauty is tied to nutrition and health, a new trending category referred to nutricosmetics is on the horizon.

Priscilla Alden B.
PAlden@lne.com

Priscilla Alden B. is an accomplished executive with a corporate and entrepreneurial background in consumer product goods. Her experience and passion from building a specialty-natural foods business led to the importance of nutrition for beauty and health. After a decade of research and study of nitric oxide for beauty and health benefits, she started Ultimate Beauty Health, a nutricosmetic supplement company with a mission to help people feel and look better, younger, and more vital rejuvenation.



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