10th March 2023
Cosmetics Halal are goods created using substances that are permitted under Islamic law. No ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms or animals are used in any cosmetic product. The need for halal cosmetics has rapidly increased as a result of the growing Muslim population. The need for halal cosmetics products is being driven by an increase in the number of women, particularly Muslim women, who are pursuing careers in the fashion and cosmetics industries.
There is no animal cruelty in these goods. There is an increase in the usage of these goods as a result of a growing desire for personal grooming and the use of beauty products that follow the religious tenets of the Muslim community. In this area, goods like lipstick Lip Balms Foundation, skin care goods, creams, moisturizers, lotions, and goods for personal care and hygiene are all produced.
In areas where Muslims are the majority, the demand for halal cosmetics is rising. Halal cosmetics are becoming more and more popular in nations like Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Turkey, and Malaysia. Muslims make up a sizable portion of the world's population. The cosmetics sector is predicted to expand. The creation of goods that adhere to Sharia law has increased. When it comes to the proportion of Muslims, India comes in third. The fast urbanization and rising quality of living in India have contributed to the expansion of the halal cosmetics industry. Products that adhere to Sharia or are halal-certified are in greater demand.
The global cosmetic halal ingredients market is anticipated to reach USD 5.4 billion by 2030 growing at a CAGR of 8.7% during the forecasting period, 2023-2030.
Market players in cosmetic halal ingredients are DSM, BASF SE, Symrise, Mibelle Group, Croda, Lonza, and DowDupont among others.
Several product categories, including lotions, face creams, eye care products, and sanitizers, have benefited from the epidemic. Consumer demand for above-the-mask items such as eye care, eye cosmetics, hand creams, face creams, and others has changed as a result of the epidemic. The majority of conventional markets throughout the world are becoming crowded. Nonetheless, the global Muslim population is creating consumer goods and market categories that are rapidly expanding. The market for halal cosmetics goods is one of these most promising niches that has recently experienced the quickest development.
Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market during the forecast period. With the increased population of Muslims in the region has created a surge in demand in the region.
On the basis of product, the active ingredient segment is expected to dominate the market for cosmetic halal ingredients market during the forecast period 2023-2030.
Further, the Application segment is segmented into Body and Skin Care, Makeup, Hair Care, Oral Care, Fragrance
Geographically, the global cosmetic halal ingredients market is sub-segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, and South America and insights are provided for each region and major countries within the regions.
Cosmetics may contain animal substances, but they must only come from halal animals that have been killed in compliance with dhabīḥah. Lecithin, glycerol, fatty acids, and collagen are examples of common substances in cosmetics that are sourced from animals. Certain colorings come from insects, which are regarded as haram and do not meet the criteria for being halal. Moisturizers and skin creams containing dairy are among the components and products that should be avoided since the enzymes and microorganisms used to process dairy raw materials may be forbidden in Islam. One such enzyme is rennet, which is commonly obtained from calf stomachs. Rennet and any goods manufactured with it are then considered haram if the calves were not slaughtered in line with halal rules. To achieve halal certification, vegetable source rennet is suggested.
For halal authentication, contemporary cosmetic components pose several difficulties. A halal source must be confirmed for animal-derived enzymes in addition to microorganisms. Similarly, to this, all sources for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) must be halal. A GMO is deemed haram if any of the genetic material that makes up that GMO comes from a prohibited source. Starches, oils, and several other agriculturally derived plant substances are some typical GMO-derived cosmetic ingredients. Products made from GMOs may be haram unless the origin of the genetic material is recognized and verified as halal.
Halal customers have additional difficulties as a result of contemporary biotechnology. Creams and other treatments for anti-aging may include stem cells. The origin of the stem cells may be haram, similar to GMOs. While stem cells may come from plants, halal certifiers may classify them as haram in cosmetics if there is no complete, verifiable paperwork to support their halal origin. Usually, a halal certificate from the ingredient provider satisfies this requirement.
Personal grooming and popular beauty items are more common, but they must adhere to a person's religious principles. The Muslim community has experienced a considerable increase in the sales of halal cosmetics. Halal cosmetics are increasingly favored because of factors including the substances used and safety, even though there is a sizable market for them in non-Muslim nations as well.
R&D and innovation projects are being prioritized by major companies in the cosmetics sector, which has a substantial positive impact on the demand for halal cosmetics. The halal-certified cosmetics business is anticipated to offer tremendous development potential for potential participants in the next years due to the rising need for safe and cleanly branded goods. Many halal cosmetics ingredient companies have increased their manufacturing capabilities to the point that they can now compete in the conventional cosmetics industry. By 2030, the market for halal cosmetics is expected to grow positively due to their increasing popularity.