More than many other CPG sectors, the anti-aging, beauty and personal care industry is guided by trends. Beyond the healthy living mega-trend – and the overlap of beauty, health and wellness categories that used to be discrete – there are four big shifts that will redefine the future, pave the way for wellness marketing and the growth opportunities for brands.


Following the lead of organic food and household supplies, more consumers are interested in natural beauty products. That’s because a focus on health today isn’t confined to what consumers put in their bodies. They’re increasingly concerned about products they put on their bodies, and increasingly committed to products that are good for the environment. On the path toward a more natural beauty regimen, today’s transparency-minded consumers seek authentic brands and products.


Today, anyone with an idea and an authentic and compelling story can be a relevant beauty and personal care brand – as the premise of what it means to be a brand is being redefined. Consumers, more skeptical of marketing than ever, now expect brands to be more honest and real. Small and indie brands have had an advantage in this respect because they’ve built their audiences based on focused appeals centered around lifestyle or values. The result is a more targeted, personalized and ultimately relevant method of building brand loyalty.


Anti-aging and beauty brands are aligning themselves with the wellness movement and seeking to expand their reach into “inner beauty” – developing ingestible products and offering products that can impact health alongside appearance. The promise of “health and beauty” has never been more real.


As more consumers integrate digital tools and platforms in their paths to purchase, the opportunity for brands to connect with them is increasing as well. But connecting with digitally engaged shoppers isn’t as easy as encouraging them to visit a website or dropping in on their social channels. With more people shopping without ever stepping up to a shelf, the traditional playbook for building and sustaining brand loyalty has changed. Key to future success is finding a way to leverage the data and technology on which these devices are built to make products personally relevant for consumers.

Interested in talking about your approach to wellness marketing for your anti-aging, beauty and personal care brand and business? Reach out.

How We Help Our Anti-Aging, Beauty & Personal Care Clients:

  • Evaluate brand strength (qualitative and quantitative)
  • Develop and sharpen brand strategy (platform, architecture, naming and nomenclature, messaging)
  • Author go-to-market, content and social media plans
  • Launch new brands and help existing brands grow stronger and faster
  • Strengthen and grow customers by delivering value across every touchpoint
  • Leverage the opportunities of digital transformation
  • Provide tools for coherent brand management


Eric Brody, President: 973-292-1400 x201;
Dan Jovanovic, Director, Client Engagement: 973-292-1400 x203;

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