More and more people are becoming interested in skincare products for a multitude of reasons, the most important being education and health; more people are becoming aware of the benefits that come along with taking care of your skin. In order to do so, one must understand how the skin works. The skin has three layers: the first being the subcutaneous tissue which contains fat cells that insulate the body; the second is the dermis which is made up of connective tissues. The final layer is the epidermis which protects the inner skin from outside factors.
Cells in the epidermis travel from the bottom to the top and then die, becoming thinner along the way. As a result, less collagen is produced, and the skin begins to sag and wrinkle. In addition, a number of sweat glands begin to drop and dryer skin results. As people become older, skin cells become smaller, and UVA and UVB radiation from sunlight become more and more effective. Conditions such as skin cancer become more of a risk which is the biggest incentive for people to begin taking care of their skin. However, with the help of skincare products, one could reduce radiation absorbed, lessen wrinkles, clean pores, and keep the skin moist and graceful.
The increasing sales of luxury products as well as rising middle-class aspirational spending is attributing to the growth of the global cosmetics market. According to data from Research and Markets, the cosmetics market is projected to surpass $126 billion in revenues by 2019. Seeing this growth, many suppliers are entering the organic cosmetic products market. For instance, Science To Consumers Inc (OTCMKTS:BEUT) is currently in the development stages of providing skin-care products.
Research and Markets’s report notes that most cosmetic product consumers usually believe that when prices are higher, the quality of the product is better. People believe this because it is a widespread belief that quality products cost a ton to test, so higher prices on a tag reflect the experimenting. Sometimes, prices are often lifted by many manufacturers to make people believe that their products are of the highest quality. Thanks to this, the cosmetics market is extremely lucrative, which is always a key in the start up of small cap companies.
Science To Consumers Inc (OTCMKTS:BEUT), as previously mentioned, is in its development stages. The company obtained the exclusive rights to distribute unique and proprietary skincare products. For instance, Science to Consumers can now sell from DermaLastyl Product line, a trademarked anti-aging cream that reduces wrinkles using “revolutionary science.” There is surely room for this company to grow with its sense of individuality. Proof of that is only echoed here in a statement from Science to Consumers, Inc., CEO Edwan Lam:
“We intend to bring the 100% pure and organic Argan oil and skin products made with Argan oil directly from the manufacturers in Morocco to Germany and the future to the rest of Europe. We expect to generate revenues from sales of our products to individual customers and commercial customers such as spas, stores and massage therapy offices. Both individual and commercial customers will be able to order our products by telephone; our website has been updated and changed to reflect our name change to www.sciencetoconsumers.com. We will import 100% pure Argan oil and all the skin care products made with Argan oil straight from the manufacturer in Morocco and deliver them to our clients in Germany without the help of commission base agents. We are also looking at securing other products to distribute in the North American market.”