Facial water spray is used to hydrate the skin by locking in the moisturizing ingredients. Facial water sprays are also used as toners, and are used to boost the radiance of facial skin by absorbing the skincare ingredients. This product is also available as moisturizing scented mist, often used as a mood-boosting spray. Facial water sprays help set the makeup and cools the hot, sweaty skin. These are often used in place of the skin toners and are used on top of the make-up. Facial water sprays helps to deal with dry skin.
Facial water spray with its benefits are widely preferred, especially due to changing global climatic temperatures, which is driving the use of the product. They are available at drug stores. Facial water sprays may have additional features and contents such as minerals, antioxidants, and other ingredients, offering a hydrating effect on the skin. Certain water sprays are organic. Various types of waters are used in the spray with minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Other types of water used to prepare these sprays include ocean water, spring water, or purified water. The wide availability of facial water sprays in terms of fragrance, content, water quality, minerals, and other organic components is driving the demand for the product globally. The desire to have flawless skin among the younger generation is driving the use of such products. These sprays are cheaper than toners and therefore more popular. People now-a-days, prefer facial products which are organic with content such as aloe-vera, coconut water, essential oils, vitamin C, rose water, vitamin E, and others. However, high price of facial water sprays in terms of their ingredients that can be natural and organic and their low shelf life is expected to hamper the growth of this market in the near future.
The global facial water spray market can be segmented based on water type, ingredients, application, gender, and region. In terms of water type, the facial water spray market can be classified into ocean water, spring water, and purified water. On the basis of ingredients, the facial water spray market is classified as minerals, antioxidants, and other ingredients. According to application, the facial water spray market can be segmented into facial, medical, and others. The gender segment can be divided into men and women. Based on region, the global facial water spray market can be divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America.
Some of the key players operating in the global facial water spray market are Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetique USA, Clinique Laboratories, LLC., Evian, L’Oreal USA, Inc., Kanebo Cosmetics Inc., Carroten, Shiseido Cosmetics, Origins Natural Resources Inc., Shu Umemura, and Christian Dior SE, among others. Advancements in terms of usage of various ingredients in facial water spray products such as coconut water, aloe-vera, rose water, essential oils, plant extracts, and vitamins are enabling major players in this industry to upgrade their product portfolio to meet the end consumer requirements. Major players in North America and Europe such as L’Oreal and Dior, offering widely accepted brands have a high brand value in the facial water spray market. Temperature rise and humidity in certain parts of the globe is encouraging leading players to expand their product portfolios in these regions. Facial water spray for medical purposes are seeing extensive utilization to deal with heat strokes, and to avail the other benefits by the use of these products.
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