The global market for the aesthetic devices analyzed in this report was valued at nearly $4.3 billion in 2011. The market has fluctuated in recent years and saw declines in 2009. The year 2011, however, was marked by higher sales volumes than in historical years, largely due to the growing popularity of aesthetic procedures as a means to improve appearance or restore a youthful look as well as the growing availability of non-surgical treatments. The emergence of markets in Asia and South America has also helped to boost sales. These factors will contribute to higher sales volumes throughout the forecast period, and in 2017, the global market is expected to reach a value of $7.8 billion.
This report provides a deep and detailed analysis of: implants, dermal fillers, neuromodulators, and lasers, light-based systems, and other energy-based devices.
Find out which segments will account for the greatest share, as well as which regions will exceed a 14% CAGR, through 2017.