|Base Year: 2015
Europe Published February 2016
Japan Published March 2016
South Korea Published March 2016
Global Published June 2016
||Base Year: 2016
United States Published December 2016
Asia to be Published 3rd Quarter 2017
Europe to be Published 3rd Quarter 2017
Regional Coverage: Asia, Europe, United States
A comprehensive assessment of the vibrant market for at-home beauty devices, focusing on market size and
growth, key changes in distribution, the competitive landscape, and notable new launches and product trends.
This study is designed to provide business executives with reliable and timely insights.
This Report Will Address Questions Such as:
- What’s new in wearable devices?
- Are price points coming down as the market
becomes more saturated?
- How do technologies stack up by device type?
- What are the key marketing activities by region?
Global Market Overview
This presentation style report will provide a
comprehensive overview of the markets examined
in terms of key lessons learned, sales, competition,
regional differences, and opportunities. It will
be available only to subscribers of all five market
Contents for each market report
Each presentation style report will provide the
- Total industry size and growth for each market
as listed in Table 1
- Market drivers
- Competitive landscape with brand snapshots of
leading and/or notable marketers
- Sales breakdown for 2015 and 2016 by:
− Skin concern
− Leading technology
− Country (Europe only)
− Distribution channel
- Innovation and technological advancements
- Market outlook through 2021
Kline’s new interactive database will provide:
- Total industry size and growth
- Sales by market as listed in Table 1
- Breakdowns for 2012 through 2016 by:
− Distribution channel
− Skin care concern
- Forecast sales by 2021
- User-friendliness in a simple yet sophisticated
- Data presented by:
− Manufacturers’ sales
− Market share
− Growth rates
- Flexible search options
- Export capabilities
- Ability to easily refine and modify search
* Subject to charter subscriber input
|Table 1: List of Markets Covered
The report will examine the non-invasive forms of at-home skin care that mimic results that
were once only achieved in doctors’ offices and spas. All devices analyzed in the report will be
power-operated. The analysis will cover beauty devices sold to consumers through all channels
of distribution, including direct sales, mass, prestige, and professional outlets. Devices that offer
the following benefits will be covered:
- Acne elimination
- Cellulite reduction and body firming/toning
- Hair regrowth
- Hair removal
The analysis will be global in nature and focuses heavily on the key markets for beauty devices: China, Europe,
Japan, South Korea, and the United States. The report will not contain in-depth details on Europe on a country level;
however, estimated sales breakdowns will be provided by leading country, as well as brand leaders and directional
distribution information. This report will not include implements, hair appliances, or waxing equipment. Devices and
appliances used by physicians and aestheticians in professional outlets will also be excluded.
This comprehensive report will enable subscribers to identify business opportunities by
analyzing the dynamics in one of the most dynamic markets in the beauty industry. Specifically,
this report will assist subscribers by:
- Two key deliverables: an interactive online database
and a comprehensive-presentation style
- Identifying opportunities that may be appropriate
for product marketers
- Explaining key skin care concerns that devices
address in a clear and consistent fashion
- Identifying the opportunities stemming from the
evolution of distribution channels
- Quantifying the key areas that devices treat,
such as cellulite, facial hair removal, hair regrowth,
cleansing, acne, and wrinkles
- Providing perspective on the leading players, as
well as the smaller, up-and-coming ones
- Stimulating ideas for future partnerships/
alliances and product ideation
Kline’s approach places the principal emphasis on primary research techniques to ensure that the foundation of
business intelligence and insight is accurate, current, and reliable. Building on our 50-plus years in the business
and leveraging our worldwide network of offices, our teams of seasoned professionals draw upon pragmatic
industrial and commercial experience to understand and interpret global impacts and local perspectives.
We Know Who to Talk to. We Know How to Listen.
A high number of in-depth discussions are conducted
by each analyst. Up to 60% of interviews are done
with the true industry insiders!
Kline’s analysts draw upon pragmatic experience to
understand global impacts and local perspectives.
Our interviews engage experts across all pertinent
fields and sectors including:
- Government agencies
- Trade organizations
We Know Where to Look – Mining the Details.
Analysis is further supplemented by secondary
research, consisting of constant tracking of annual
company reports, national statistics bureaux, trade/
industrial/professional associations and the like.
Relevant developments are diligently followed and
their impact closely monitored. Reports also draw
upon non-confidential data from Kline’s internal
database, consisting of over half a century’s
Comprehensive Market Intelligence
We Know How to Verify.
Data are rigorously analyzed, cross-checked, distilled
and validated. Kline’s proven methodology allows
exceptionally effective, precise and reliable market intelligence procurement and assessment, giving
subscribers a solid foundation on which to grow, refine and expand their business with confidence.
Kline is a leading global management consulting and market research firm offering the complete
spectrum of services. The firm has served the management consulting and market research needs
of organizations in the chemicals, materials, energy,
life sciences, and consumer products industries for
over 50 years.