Fish collagen peptides is essentially a superior form of Type I collagen, boasting excellent absorption and bioavailability. It is known for providing benefits to skin health as it makes up about 70% of the skin and is found abundantly there. It reverses the aging process and reduces prominent wrinkles as well as cellulite.

Beverages have increasingly begun incorporating fish collagen peptides with a steady rise in the shifting preference of consumers for particular products that boast organic ingredients. There has been a widespread awareness regarding the dire consequences of a negative health impact that both pesticides and chemicals pose on account of their rapid use in agriculture.

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With the prevalence of chronic diseases such as cancer, consumers have been encouraged to infuse fish collagen peptide in several cloudy drinks. Fish collagen peptides market from consumption in food & beverage applications had accounted for more than US$180 million in revenues in the year 2019. Stated below are few trends that influence fish collagen peptides demand:

1) Increased consumption of hair care products
Fish collagen has been deemed to be a critical component used as peptides in cosmetics as it helps antioxidize and regenerate tissue. They have also been utilized in the applications for cosmetics as they show antimicrobial and matrix metalloproteinase inhibitory activities. It is capable of moisturizing the skin and act as fight free radicals as they avoid nail and hair damage.

Fish collagen peptides protect the outer skin covering that contains hair roots and also help in the prevention of age-related thinning or hair losses encouraging the demand for hair care products. This has resulted in an increased demand for marine collagen across the cosmetic industry. Fish collagen peptides market share on the basis of cosmetic applications has been anticipated to grow to more than US$750 million by 2026.

2) Growing pharmaceutical applications
Marine collagen has been included in various diets in the form of nutrients as it can result in notable improvements in health. The production of collagen tends to decrease with the changing eating habits and aging, consumers have been relying on other external factors which could help suffice the nutritional demands.

The marine collagen peptide can be used for the preparations of skin creams, pill coatings, marine peptide capsules, emulsions and ointments. The fish collagen industry size from the pharmaceutical sector will reach more than US$95 million at the end of 2026 owing to increasing awareness of ways to maintain a good health.

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3) Product innovation by firms across Asia
Asia has several countries that consume fish on a daily basis or is an important dish as a part of their daily eating habits. This has encouraged the demand for fish farming in places such as India, Malaysia, Thailand, China and Indonesia, resulting in an abundance of availability of raw material across the region.

Consistent product innovations, as well as the capability to manufacture a wide range of different products that come from the by-products of the fish, will help Asia to become the region boast a high demand and supply of fish collagen peptide. Asia Pacific fish collagen industry share has been estimated to grow more than 5.5% through 2026.

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