The demand for clean, natural, and organic beauty products continues to grow exponentially across Scandinavia. According to a recent survey by Statista, the revenue generated by companies in the organic skin and beauty care industry in Sweden amounted to 190 million Swedish kronor in 2017.
As of 2020, the revenue peaked at 410 million Swedish kronor and is expected to increase to 900 million Swedish kronor in 2025.
As the market grows alongside the appetite for face-to-face business again, Eco Life Scandinavia is perfectly timed to deliver what’s new and next in the world of natural and organic beauty for thousands of retailers and buyers across Scandinavia.
Returning to MalmöMässan on the 17- 18 November 2021, Eco Life Scandinavia will feature 70+ natural beauty exhibitors within the show’s dedicated Natural Health & Beauty Scandinavia area.
Well established brands and exciting new start-ups will be there to showcase their latest natural, organic, free-from and clean label beauty products– including skin care, hair care, make-up and personal care.
‘Making our society more sustainable’
Big names in the industry like Natrue, Faith in Nature, Splat, Sowco and Maria Åkerberg will be returning to the long-awaited show with their latest offering. And for the first time, sustainable beauty pioneer Weleda, will be joining the show – plus Nordic Beauty Bar, Cosmetic Province, BeTheSkyGirl and FillRefill have also been confirmed.
Defining the value of the show, Dr. Hana Mušinović, previous speaker and previous regulatory and scientific manager at Natrue say: “The industry is well aware that conscious consumers of today demand more and more natural and organic beauty products and cosmetic ingredients.
"Ethical consumerism is here to stay, and it has significant influence over shopping decisions. This show is a great occasion to bring together different natural products suppliers and consumers, as well as industry experts, who are all passionate about making our society more sustainable.”
The event is not only limited to a packed show floor; The show’s dedicated Beauty Theatre will also feature an extensive keynote programme full of expert speakers sharing insights, reports, and inspiring talks on a range of topics affecting the industry today.
Anders Tengelin, managing director of Weleda Nordics will take to the stage to discuss and share their knowledge of consumers views on sustainable skin care and the development of Weleda’s work with sustainable skin care.
Emma Bergqvist, founder & owner of Tree of Brands AB - and president of NOC Sweden - will also be delivering a talk about the future of natural and organic cosmetics in Sweden.
Diana Malcangi, external scientific and regulatory consultant at Natrue will be talking about the pertinent issues surrounding the pandemic’s impact on the natural beauty industry. Iveta Kovacova (Ecovia Intelligence) and Ewa Daniél (AllergyCertified) have also been confirmed.
The full seminar programme will be announced in the next few weeks.
A whole new world of clean beauty
A big draw for the show is the variation of brands from around the world. This year, the Natural Health and Beauty area will feature pavilions from France, Poland and Korea.
Visitors can see and sample the latest beauty products and trends from these regions – including the infamous K-beauty trend; a trend that has inspired many beauty innovations today.
South Korea is one of the top 10 beauty markets in the world, representing nearly 2.8% of the global market. In 2019, the market size was estimated to be $9.4 billion; the total local production and total exports increased approximately 4.9 percent and 4.2 percent respectively from the previous year.
Registration now open
Eco Life Scandinavia (co-located with Nordic Organic Food Fair) will return to MalmöMässan on the 17- 18 November 2021. The show will feature the best choice of organic food and drink, plant-based innovations, the latest natural health and beauty brands and sustainable living products.
Making it the perfect visit for thousands of key trade only buyers from leading health stores, pharmacy chains, wholesalers, distributors, importers, exporters, online retailers, independent retailers and supermarkets across Scandinavia.
To register for free trade ticket, please visit www.ecolifeshow.com.