According to the study, the global medical aesthetics market is likely to grow from $8.6 billion in 2016 to $19.4 billion by 2023. Advancement in laser technology, growing awareness among consumers, and health benefits of medical aesthetics procedures have been driving the global medical aesthetics market. The market is further expected to gain revenue due to shift in the preference from surgical to non-surgical procedures. There has been a significant growth in non-surgical medical spa procedures in the recent years, resulting from better technologies, such as intense pulsed light and advanced laser based aesthetics equipment.
Insights on market segments
As per the findings of research, injectables held the largest share in the global market in 2016, primarily due to high sales of botulinum toxin. Topicals, the second largest medical aesthetics product segment, witnessed the highest growth during 2013 – 2016. The highest growth of topicals is attributed to their ability to treat several skin conditions without any usage of uncomfortable procedures. Beauty clinics and centers was the largest end user of the global medical aesthetics market in 2016., followed by spas and salons.
North America stands as the largest medical aesthetics market
Geographically, North America has been the largest market for medical aesthetics, with the U.S. being the largest contributor to the regional market. North America is considered as the platform for innovation in aesthetics procedures, since a majority of established and upcoming market players are either headquartered or have a significant geographical presence in the region. The emerging economies of Asia-Pacific, especially China and India, are expected to grow tremendously in future, which will make Asia-Pacific the second largest market in the coming years. Asia-Pacific is expected to outpace Europe in in terms of medical aesthetics market size by 2020.
News Courtesy: P&S Market Research