Abundant Natural Health leverages Abundant Produce’s plant breeding IP to capitalise on the increasing demand for natural skincare and body care products and the global and highly lucrative natural cosmetics and nutraceuticals markets.
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In 2015, the global beauty and personal care market generated sales in excess of US$465 billion. In recent years the natural skin care segment has been outperforming this broader skin care market, driven by growing consumer awareness about the efficacy of natural and organic personal care products coupled with a desire to make cleaner, greener lifestyle choices and increasing concerns about the hazards of synthetic chemicals.
Led by CEO Shanan Birkin, Abundant Natural Health is responding to this demand by driving a collaboration between two of Australia’s senior research institutes along with two renowned Universities in South Korea to develop a range of innovative skin care products based on scientifically validated active botanical extracts and minerals.
Combining Sydney University’s plant breeding expertise with cutting edge extraction technologies and chemical analysis from UNSW, Abundant Natural Health has infused potent levels of lycopene – their anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant hero ingredient derived from their purpose-bred tomatoes, organically grown under strict scientific control at the University of Sydney’s internationally renowned Plant Breeding Institute – into their skincare line with fantastic results.
Abundant Natural Health’s foundational Daily Face Cream is being received extremely well by the beauty community. They are in the process of rolling out subsequent products in their signature lycopene line and will be adding additional body care ranges this year with equally powerful and innovative ingredients.
This unique collaboration has a multiplier effect, expanding Abundant Produce’s IP generation and introducing a wide range of potential applications for their plant derived products to diversify revenue streams.