Indonesia Skin Care Products Market Report: To Remain Positive Through 2022 - 2030

May 16, 2022 (Alliance News via COMTEX) — The Indonesia skin care products market was valued at $9,758 million in 2019, and is expected to garner $14,716 million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 7.5% from 2021 to 2027.

Skin care products, make-up, and personal care are increasingly becoming integral part of Indonesian lifestyles. Consumers are getting more concerned of their well-being, especially when it comes to hygiene and appearance. This is attributed to improved awareness on sanitation, rise in income, and increase in celebrity, as well as social media influence on fashion & health. Supported with facts that the country is the largest market in Southeast Asia and has fourth highest population in the world, the skin care industry serves as a lucrative sector for foreign and domestic investors. Indonesian women purchase are the major consumers of beauty products.

A release on June 8th, 2021, by the Bureau and Economic Analysis and U.S. The Census Bureau reports the recovery of the U.S. market. The report also described the recovery of U.S. International Trade in July 2021.In April 2021, exports in the country reached $300 billion, an increase of $13.4 billion. In April 2021, imports amounted to $294.5 billion, increasing by $17.4 billion. COVID19 is still a significant issue for economies around the globe, as evidenced by the year-over-year decline in exports in the U.S. between April 2020 and April 2021 and the increase in imports over that same period of time. The market is clearly trying to recover. Despite this, it means there will be a direct impact on the Healthcare/ICT/Chemical industries. resulting in a large market for Indonesia Skin Care Products Market.

Corresponding to this trend, cosmetic products have become a primary requirement for Indonesian females who are the key target of the skin care industry players. However, the skin care industry is beginning to innovate on targeting men and millennial. The Indonesia skin care products market is segmented into product type, demographics, age group, and sales channel. Depending on product type, the market is categorized into cream, lotion, and others.

By demographic, it is bifurcated into male and female. On the basis of age group, it is segregated into generation X, millennial, and generation Z. As per sales channel, it is fragmented into supermarket/hypermarket, specialty stores, department stores, beauty salons, pharma & drug stores, and online sales channel.



Empowering Southeast Asia Beauty Industry Through B2B Virtual Event

The 2nd edition of Beauty Space opens its virtual door today for four days – from 29 November to 2 December, dedicated to link major brands and companies with buyers from across the beauty industry-offering a greater of business networking opportunities.

With the strong collaboration of 6 ASEAN beauty shows from Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam organised by Informa Markets, Beauty Space will have over 200 exhibitors from 12 countries and regions anticipate to online networking through B2B Matchmaking Programme with estimated 2,000 buyers mainly among distributors, importers, manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers.

Participating pavilions brought by the support from government and associations are from: Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Korea Cosmetic Association (KCA) and Department of Tourism
Philippines (DOT).

Beauty Space features more than 900 brands and products to attendees ranging from dedicated sectors include Aesthetic, Beauty, Cosmetics & Embroidery, Hair, Halal Beauty, Nail, OEM/ODM, Spa & Wellness, Supply Chain and Cosmetics Ingredients. Some of the notable and latest line-up brands and innovation are: EVENSWISS showcasing its technology based patented ingredients, GTG Medical specialize in the medical & aesthetic market providing integrated solutions, CELLPOD featuring its high-tech technology in antimicrobials and sterilization, HERCA – the leading distributor of aesthetic devices and Urban Indo Manufacture offering its specialty in OEM/OEM manufacturing.

In addition to business matchmaking, attendees are able to watch and engage through live streaming Webinar – Talk Series Session with total of 15 sessions taking place, tailored to entice the exchange of iideas, educate, share knowledge expertise about an array of topics presented by experienced and topnotch speakers. Among session highlights presented by Malaysia Cosmetology Chamber of Commerce
(PAMM), MUA Community, Philippine Society for Cosmetic Science Inc (PSCS), Haravan and many more.

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Beauty Space Pre-Event Webinar

Southeast Asia Beauty Insights: Challenges and Opportunities

Hear directly from industry experts as they share about Southeast Asia beauty insights and address the key challenges and opportunities on how the beauty industry can continue to conduct business practices in this challenging times.

This session will feature an expert panel consisting of Sirinar Puppachat from Mintel Thailand; Effendi from Indonesia Association of Health and Beauty Entrepreneurs (APK21); Jacqueline O. Lim from Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines, Inc. (CCIP), and Alvin Loh from Malaysia Cosmetology Chamber of Commerce (PAMM).

Welcoming remarks by Claudia Bonfiglioli from Informa Markets – Beauty Global and Dianah Athirah from Informa Markets Malaysia – Beauty will serve as host.

Topic: Southeast Asia Beauty Insights: Challenges and Opportunities
Date: 14 September 2021
Time: 2.30PM – 4.00PM (GMT+8 Malaysia Time)
Platform: Zoom Webinar
Language: English 
Admission: FREE

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Reimagining The New World of Beauty

Informa Markets is bringing back Beauty Space 2nd edition which set to be held from 29 November to 2 December 2021 virtually, following the maiden edition in 2020. An ideal regional online meeting place for beauty professionals to connect with the global beauty community through B2B digital networking and matchmaking platform.

Beauty Space returns with a completely new, convenient and comprehensive online business matching solution, combining powerful forces together of six ASEAN beauty shows from Malaysia (Cosmobeauté Malaysia & Beautyexpo), Indonesia (Cosmobeauté Indonesia, Philippines (Philbeauty) and Vietnam (Cosmobeauté Vietnam & Vietbeauty).

Beauty Space provides lucrative opportunities in the beauty industry to answer a growing demand of shaping the future of beauty in this digital era, enabling stakeholders to present latest product innovations and cutting-edge technologies whilst meet international prospects. “In the new world of beauty, Beauty Space strives to become a preeminent platform for the industry players to get connected, inspired and energized. We thrive to keep momentum of Southeast Asia beauty industry and pivot towards importance of resilient beauty,” shares David Bondi, Senior Vice President – Asia of Informa Markets.

Informa Markets remains more than ever committed in spearheading the beauty industry within beauty businesses and entire beauty community to ensure stay buoyant despite pandemic. Beauty Space brings together stakeholders, distributors, retailers and buyers under one seamless platform throughout four days of online business networking vast opportunities.

Together, all of these six ASEAN beauty shows will complement each other in Beauty Space and continue to drive economic growth in this emerging beauty market. Beauty Space will be anticipating nearly 200 key industry players to present their products and innovations in Beauty Space. Everyone is welcome to meet and engage on the smart networking platform.

Ten dedicated sectors will be covered include Aesthetic, Beauty, Cosmetics & Embroidery, Hair, Halal beauty, Nail, OEM/ODM, Spa & Wellness, Supply Chain and Cosmetics Ingredients. With the fast-growing beauty market, Beauty Space focuses on each four countries unique key target market whilst tapping into Southeast Asia: Malaysia – Halal Cosmetics & Personal Care, Indonesia – Cosmetic Ingredients & Supply Chain, Philippines – Mass Beauty & Personal Care and Vietnam – E-Commerce, Retailer & Cosmetics.

Aside from business matchmaking, Beauty Space also features an informative, interactive and captivating packed agenda sessions through live streaming and video-on-demand format. This provides the ideal platform to share latest trends, stimulate ideas, educate, share expertise by distinguished speakers and key industry leaders within the community.

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Cosmobeauté Indonesia present:
The Cosmobeauté Talk Series!

Cosmobeauté Indonesia along with PT Immortal Cosmedika Indonesia presents the talk series.

Theme: New Concept For Cosmetic Product
Day/date: Monday, 20 July 2020‬
Time: ‪10.00am – 12.00pm‬ (GMT+7 Jakarta Time)
Platform: Zoom Webinar
Admission: FREE‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

Register here to join Cosmobeaute Indonesia Talk Series!

*Important notes:
– Language in Bahasa Indonesia.
– The number of seats are limited to 500 seats.
– Registration does not mean that you are guaranteed to have a seat. We strongly suggest you log into the webinar as early as possible to secure your seat.
– Please kindly sign in to Zoom 15 minutes before the webinar begins.

Vision on beauty: Asia Trends x Digital. Grow Your Beauty E-Commerce Business: Market Potential, challenges and strategy

16 July 2019 –  Informa Markets featuring PERKOSMI is supported by CosmoProf, China Beauty Expo, Beyond Beauty Asean Bangkok, Cosmobeauté Indonesia held a seminar themed Vision on beauty: Asia Trends x Digital. Grow Your Beauty E-Commerce Business: Market Potential, challenges and strategy. This event was held at the Menara Peninsula Hotel, Jakarta at 13.00 WIB – 17.00 WIB.

The seminar program certainly presents speakers who are very important in the field of beauty. The speakers present at this seminar were Mrs. Juanita Aditiawan as Perkosmi Chapter President’s VP External Affair Perkosmi Banten Religion, Ms. Joy Zou as International Marketing Manager of Beyond Beauty Asean Bangkok, Mr. Venu Madhav as General Manager Kantar Indonesia, Ms. Chanchul Sakhrani as Regional Head of Content Solutions Clozzette, Mr. Axel Wittek as Founder of LEXA-MIX Dispersion System, Ms. Ying Sang as Deputy General Manager of China Beauty Expo, Ms. Alice Suen as Event Director of Cosmoprof Asia, and Ms. Iris Plane as Asian Strategic and Project Manager.

In addition, Drs. Arustiyono, Apt., MPH. as the director of BPOM the director of cosmetic supervision also gave an informative opening speech for cosmetics production businesses and their supporting actors. In addition to material regulation, this seminar also discussed topics ranging from the ASEAN beauty market, the growth of the cosmetics business in the digital world, how to make cosmetic brands able to keep pace with millennials, up to the trend of packaging that is currently in trend.

The seminar was attended by 200 participants. The participants were very enthusiastic about the answers to their questions which greatly provided more knowledge to the beauty industry.

There are still many other knowledge that you can get in beauty industry. See you at the Cosmobeauté Indonesia 2019!

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JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia will push back by as much as seven years an October deadline for halal labels on food, drugs and cosmetics, after industry voiced fears the move could bring chaos and threaten supplies of life-saving vaccines and other products.

In 2014, the world’s biggest Muslim-majority country adopted a measure for labels certifying whether products are halal, or suitable for consumption in line with Islamic laws. If not labeled, they would face sale bans.

A presidential decree giving industries a transition period of several years to comply with the law now awaits President Joko Widodo’s signature, said Sukoso, the head of the panel overseeing the process along with Muslim clerics.

“We’re preparing the infrastructure now, for example a halal information system,” added Sukoso, who goes by one name. “We hope the process can run smoothly and we can reach every corner of Indonesia.”

The food industry would be given a deadline until 2024 to get halal certificates, said Sukoso, the chief of the Halal Product Assurance Body (BPJPH), though he declined to give a date for compliance by the drugs industry.

Parulian Simanjuntak, head of the International Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Group representing drug firms, said government consultations showed the industry would have until 2026 to comply, but that might not be enough.

“We’re still not happy,” said Simanjuntak.

Simanjuntak said the definition of halal was too strict and would mean life-saving products, such as vaccines or drugs containing blood, could be barred after the deadline passed.

It would be impossible to force drug companies to create halal-specific products for Indonesia alone, since the country has a relatively small share of the global market, he said, adding he was concerned it could create “some kind of chaos”.

Originally intended as a voluntary step, the law was meant partly to help boost exports to Muslim countries by upgrading halal certificates issued by a group of clerics, the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI), that is recognized by few countries, as it is not a government body.

Getting certification is costly because businesses have to fly auditors from the MUI to factories overseas to check that raw materials or steps in manufacturing meet the halal requirements.

The government has not yet announced the prices of halal certificates in the new scheme, but Sukoso estimated an annual total cost of 22.5 trillion rupiah ($1.60 billion) across industries will yield additional income for the government.

The government has promised to subsidize certification for 1.6 million small and medium-sized food companies, said Adhi Lukman, chairman of the Indonesian Food & Beverage Association.

“We are pushing for the BPJPH to work with other halal certification bodies in other countries, so that our imports of raw materials can go through faster,” Lukman said.

News article created and reported by Reuters. The original article can be read here.

3 – 5 NOVEMBER 2022
Jakarta Convention Center, Indonesia


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