The global anti-aging market was estimated to be worth USD 122.3 billion in 2013, and is likely to record a strong growth over the forecast period. The report features detailed analyses of the potential growth drivers in this market-the Baby Boomers generation that comprises individuals born between 1946 and 1964, which is now aging and showing a greater inclination towards anti-aging products and services.
Aging is brought about by a cycle of various biochemical processes in the body that affect it both internally and externally. These biochemical processes cause the body to degenerate over a period of time, impacting the health, fitness and beauty of an aging individual.
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