The Professional Beauty London trade show is one of the largest platforms for marketers participating in the professional beauty business to showcase their innovations and treatments. The 2019 event was crowded with a mix of marketers from various categories including skin care, aesthetics, nail care, hair care, and lash extensions. There were many large, medium, and small brands displaying their products/treatments and educating consumers and beauticians about their efficacy.Continue reading
Physician Dispense Survey Results are in, Aesthetic Procedures Skyrocket, and Coverage Expands to UAE!
Our coverage of the multi-faceted market for topical and nonsurgical aesthetic products hits a high note this year according to our report findings. From the fast growth of professional skin care products in the medical care providers channel to the booming demand for in-office procedures, these segments continue to be fruitful for market stalwarts, as well as relative newcomers.
As marketers fight to stay on top in the fast-paced world of professional skin care and working with aesthetic physicians, it is important to take stock. This month, we will publish our Physician-dispensed Skin Care: U.S. Perception and Satisfaction Survey, which offers an unbiased view point of what dispensing physicians find most important from the brands they offer their patients.Continue reading
Earlier this week, we attended the annual American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) conference to scope out what’s new in the world of professional aesthetics, from topicals to injectables and lasers. Below are the most notable tidbits we saw and heard at the conference.
#1 Both Rx and OTC marketers are very focused on providing options for treatment of eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis.
#2 Skin tightening is gaining traction among doctors and consumers. New topical neck lift products were seen from NeoStrata along with the category captain Nectifirm from Revision Skin Care.Continue reading
Globally, medical care providers tend to be the channel of choice among consumers seeking help with their skin care problems, ranging from fine lines and wrinkles, to brown spots, acne, and sagging skin. The channel includes dermatologists and plastic surgeons that offer an array of both surgical and non-surgical procedures and skin care treatments that attracts consumers. In 2016, Americans spend $6.4 billion on non-surgical procedures, up 18.5% from $5.4 billion in 2015, according to the American Society for Plastic Surgery.
Medical care providers is the key channel driving growth in the skin care sector across several markets, including China, Europe, and the United States, according to Kline’s upcoming Professional Skin Care Global Series report. The channel records strong growth of 28% in China, 10% in Europe, and continues to record mid single-digit growth in South Korea and the United States.Continue reading
The at-home devices market saw another year of positive growth, albeit less than the robust 20% gain previously enjoyed the year before. The key factor behind the lower growth rate is that smaller companies, such as Oregon Aesthetic Technologies and Zeno Corporation, ceased operations while larger ones like NuSkin pulled its Galvanic Spa Facial device from the U.S. market to prepare for an upcoming launch of an FDA-approved version.Continue reading
Growing by almost 500% over the last 20 years, non-surgical cosmetic procedures are mirroring consumers’ preferences for minimally-invasive treatments. In line with demand for these non-surgical procedures, 2012 sales of professional aesthetic products saw an increase of 7.5%, according to the recently published Professional Aesthetics: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities study, by worldwide consulting and research firm Kline & Company.
Key factors driving growth include greater awareness of in-office treatments and their benefits, less down time and discomfort, with a whole body of treatments and increased distribution similarly contributing to the market’s overall growth.Continue reading
Ever wonder where the inspiration for the booming at-home devices market came from? Or why so many companies are forming alliances with medical device companies?
Join Kline’s upcoming Professional Aesthetics Market in the United States webinar to learn:
- What’s new in laser and light device technology for the skin care market?
- What are the opportunities regarding the pairing of professional skin care products with these devices?
- Which skin care concerns are driving market growth?
- What opportunities potentially exist for the at-home use of professional devices ?Continue reading
As producers of advanced cosmetic lasers and intense pulsed light aesthetic equipment used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons step into the limelight with their new-found alliances with beauty marketers to reach the general market beauty consumer, a better understanding of the professional aesthetics market and its potential is imperative.
Leveraging the skills and synergies of our Professional Skin Care and At-home Beauty Devices reports, Kline will be focusing on the under analyzed nonsurgical procedures market in the Professional Aesthetics: Global Market Analysis and Opportunities report.Continue reading