Professional Aesthetics: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities
Base Year: 2017
Published June 2018
Regional Coverage: United States
Consumers spent a record-breaking $15 billion on surgical and non-surgical aesthetic services in 2016, an 11% increase over the prior year, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Augmenting our highly successful reporting on the professional skin care products and at-home beauty devices markets, our coverage will focus on nonsurgical approaches that medical doctors, aestheticians, and other professionals employ to address skin care concerns from fine lines and wrinkles to hyperpigmentation. These approaches include the use of aesthetic lasers and light therapy, dermal fillers, microdermabrasion, and injectibles.
This Report Helps Subscribers Address Questions such as:
- What’s new in laser and light device technology for the skin care market?
- Is there an opportunity to pair topical skin care products with these devices?
- What does the market for nonsurgical procedures look like, and where is growth coming from?
- Which skin care concerns are driving the market?
- What applications can be leveraged for the athome market?
This presentation-style report section provides an overview of key market data and trends, including:
- Description of the technology that differentiates each device/treatment (Table 1) and the skin care concerns (Table 2) that each addresses
- Industry statistics including growth trends in non-surgical procedures
- Trends in device technology
- Total market size and growth for aesthetic devices and injectibles for 2017
- Distribution of devices by aesthetic practitioner type (i.e., medical aesthetician, plastic surgeon, dermatologist)
- Government regulations
Detailed profiles are provided for the leading marketers of aesthetic devices and products, as shown in Table 3. The following information is provided:
- Parent company overview
- Brand/products description
- Sales for 2016 and 2017
- Key skin care concern that product addresses
- Marketing activities
- Professional distribution
|Table 1: Device and Treatments Covered|
|Intense pulsed light|
|Laser treatments||Ablative lasers
|Skin resurfacing treatments||Chemical peels
|Table 3: Aesthetic Companies Profiled|
|Alma Lasers||Merz Aesthetics|
|Table 2: Skin Care Concerns Series|
|Facial firming/body toning
|Fine lines/wrinkle treatment
Scope & Benefits
Kline is uniquely qualified in our ability to leverage the skills and synergies of our Professional Skin Care and At-home Beauty Devices reports into this new related market. The report examines how professionals such as doctors and aestheticians address the most prevalent skin care concerns through the use of lasers and energy devices, injectibles and dermabrasion, or a combination of methods. We identify which devices are most commonly used to address the skin care concerns below:
- Acne elimination
- Facial firming/body toning
- Fine lines/wrinkle treatment
- Hair removal
This report enables subscribers to pinpoint opportunities by analyzing the dynamics in one of the most important markets of the beauty industry today—lasers and energy devices and injectibles for aesthetic skin care use. Specifically, this report assists subscribers by:
- Identifying opportunities that may be appropriate for product marketers of topical skin care products
- Providing insights on new technologies and expected future trends
- Explaining key skin care concerns that professionals address and the different approaches that can be selected for treatment
- Offering perspective on the leading players and the smaller, up and coming ones
- Pinpointing potential acquisition candidates future partnerships/alliances