|Base Year: 2014
China - Published September 2015
United States - Published Feb 2015
||Base Year: 2015
Europe - Published October 2015
United States - Published January 2016
Brazil To Be Published 3rd Qtr 2016
Canada To Be Published 3rd Qtr 2016
Regional Coverage: China, Europe, North America, South America
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A comprehensive series of reports on the professional skin care market, focusing on market size and growth,
new product launches, and key changes in the competitive landscape.
This study is designed to provide business executives with reliable and
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- What’s new in anti-aging skin care?
- Are the lines blurring between skin care and
- What does consumers’ increasing focus on sun
protection mean for the professional market?
- Are professional skin care products and at-home
devices the new strategic allies?
This presentation-style report is available to subscribers of all
volumes, as shown in Table 1, and includes:
- Global review of the market report
- Market drivers and trends
- Key lessons learned
- Top-line summaries of key findings for each channel covered
- Top-line summaries of the leading competitors
- Outlook to 2020
|Table 1: Volumes Offered
|Table 2: Channels Examined
|Medical care providers-a
|Spas and salons-b
|a- Includes dermatologists, plastic surgeons, medical
spas, and others (where applicable).
b- Includes beauty institutes and hair salons.
c- Separate view in database. Part of other channels in
the Global report.
|Table 3: Select Examples of Brands Profiled
|CANADA, EUROPE, AND THE UNITED STATES
||ZO Skin Health
||Germaine De Capuccini
|BioAge (Bio Scientific)
|A.H.C. (Carver Korea)
||Dr. Oracle (Oracle Clinic)
|CNP (CNP Cosmetics
||La Roche-Posay (L'Oréal)
|Dr. G (Gowoonsesang)
||LJH (LJH Cosmetics
|NOTE: List is tentative.
This presentation-style chapter provides the following:
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- Historical sales for 2010-2015
- Key new product activity and trends
- Sales breakdowns by segment, product category and skin
- Channel snapshots
- Competitive landscape
- Outlook to 2020
Brief profiles will be provided for 10 key brands of skin care
products that are offered in professional channels, as listed in
Table 3. Information includes:
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- Sales for 2014 and 2015
- Product offerings
- New product activity
- Distribution and key marketing activities
- Outlook to 2020
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in Table 2. Information will include:
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- Number of outlets/doors
- Geographic dispersion (where applicable)
- Product sales by skin care concern
- Sales for key skin care brands for 2014 and 2015
- Outlook to 2020
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Channel sales (as shown in Table 2) for Europe (region
only) and country volumes will be provided by:
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Product type
- Segment (back-bar vs. take-home)
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