The Role of Private Label in Physician-dispensed Skin Care: U.S. Segment Assessment
Base Year: 2019
Forecasts to 2024
To Be Published 4th Quarter 2019
Regional Coverage: United States
Augmenting 15+ years of extensive reporting of the professional skin care market, our recently published U.S. Professional
Skin Care study reveals that private-label products recorded double-digit gains in the medical care providers channel
in 2018. The first edition of this report will focus on the dynamic role of private-label skin care products for back-bar and
take-home use that are dispensed through physicians’ offices in the United States. Our analysis examines the impact
that these products have on other skin care brands in the overall professional skin care market and also the private-label
segment’s dynamics, including size and growth, product trends, key new launches, and the competitive landscape.
The Report Will Help Subscribers Answer These Questions:
- How is the private-label segment in the professional
skin care industry?
- How significant is the demand for private-label
skin care products in physicians’ offices?
- Who are the leading suppliers of private-label
skin care products in this market?
- What entices physicians to choose private-label
products over branded products?
- Is there a significant difference in the price points
of private-label skin care versus branded products?
- What are the key growth drivers in this market, and
what opportunities are there for the near term?
- Sources and methods
- Segment Overview
- Key findings
- Market size and growth for 2019
- Key trends and developments
- Product offerings and new product activity
- Competitive landscape
- Outlook to 2024
* Subject to charter subscriber input
- Supplier Profiles
Brief profiles are provided for five key suppliers of private label products that are offered in professional
channels, as listed in Table 1.
- Manufacturer overview
- Sales for 2018 and 2019
- Product offerings
- New product activity
- Distribution and key business support activities
Scope & Benefits
The Role of Private Label in Physician-dispensed Skin Care: U.S. Segment Assessment will
provide a detailed, independent appraisal on this segment of the market and explore dynamics
and challenges for manufacturers looking to enter the space.
The segment is defined as take-home (consumer use) and back-bar private-label skin care products
for the face and body in the United States that are manufactured exclusively for individual physician
This report will provide subscribers with an accurate picture of the size, segmentation, and
performance of professional private-label skin care products. It enables subscribers to exploit
business opportunities by understanding segment dynamics, competitive forces, product trends,
and forecasts. Specifically, this study can be used as an aid in:
- Identifying new suppliers
- Industry/channel/brand assessments
- New business development
- Strategic planning