The Chinese Beauty Devices Market

The Chinese Beauty Devices Market Skyrockets in Asia

It isn’t just a typical year for the beauty devices market in China, which has wavered between single-digit to low double-digit growth over the past few years. There are several factors driving this incredible growth of approximately 71% in 2017, but, undeniably, the Foreo brand plays the strongest role.

Other factors playing a role in this booming market include an influx of low-priced silicone devices, strong sales of multi-functional devices, and personalized devices based on artificial intelligence.

Relative newcomer Foreo has gone from being an unknown brand to the leading brand in the market with sales registering an incredible growth of over 300% to reach an estimated $85 million in 2017. This is in stark contrast to sales in the United States of $17 million.Continue reading

NuBody Skin Toning Device by NuFace

Beauty Devices: What’s Powering Growth?

Our recently published report on the beauty devices market showed optimistic growth in the United States in 2017, which was in contrast to the 3% decline the prior year. Globally, we expect that the beauty devices market will grow stronger in 2017 than in 2016, based on preliminary findings of our Europe and Asia research. Kline’s beauty device experts Kelly Alexandre and Karen Doskow weigh in on the market moving forward.
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Samsung's S-Skin debuts at CES 2017

Beauty Tech Becomes Customized at the Consumer Electronics Show

Kevin Plank, CEO and founder of UnderArmour, addressed Consumer Electronics Show (CES) attendees at the 2017 annual show held in Las Vegas last week in a keynote speech, inquiring What if Apple or Samsung started making apparel and footwear? What would they do, and how do we beat them to it?” With the almost endless options consumers have in choosing beauty brands and products, it is imperative that beauty companies begin to model UnderArmour’s thinking and ask themselves how they can move forward to create the next generation of gadgets for beauty. This is especially important as Samsung’s C-Lab announced its foray into the skin care market at this year’s CES through Lumini and S-Skin, its skin analysis devices and apps.Continue reading