Global medical aesthetic products are to achieve sales of more than $6.5 billion in 2013. Through 2018 the market is expected to reach a value of about $10.7 billion. Europe has been witnessing relatively a slower growth of 6.6% per year. Declining purchasing power, particularly in southern Europe affects the European market and this geographical segment is estimated at $1.84 billion in 2013 to reach $1.94 billion in 2018. The U.S. and the Latin America markets will have a CAGR close to 10%. The U.S.
Global medical aesthetic products are to achieve sales of more than $6.5 billion in 2013. Through 2018 the market is expected to reach a value of about $10.7 billion. Europe has been witnessing relatively a slower growth of 6.6% per year. Declining purchasing power, particularly in southern Europe affects the European market and this geographical segment is estimated at $1.84 billion in 2013 to reach $1.94 billion in 2018. The U.S. and the Latin America markets will have a CAGR close to 10%. The U.S. and Latin America will experience a growth respectively of 9.2% and 10% in line with global trends. The U.S. market still represents 45% of the global market.
The Asia/Pacific region will have an overall CAGR of more than 14.1%. Asia will experience the strongest growth through 2018 and exceed the level of the European market in 2018 to $2.24 billion. Overall, the annual growth of the world market between 2013 and 2018 should be 10% to $10.7 billion.
The injectable products (botulinum toxin and fillers mainly hyaluronic acid) constitute the top market segment in value and will have a CAGR of 10.8% until 2018, thus confirming their constant development potential. Since 2012, the toxins market marginally exceeded the dermal fillers market in the world but with a few exceptions such as Europe. The main markets for injectable products by decreasing order are the U.S., E.U., Asia and South America.
The energy-based devices (laser, radiofrequency, ultrasounds) will have an average CAGR of 10.3% until 2018. The sub-segment of body contouring devices will have an average CAGR of 12.1% until 2018. It should represent as nearly half of the activity-based equipment energy by 2018. The main markets for energy-based devices by decreasing order are the U.S., E.U. Asia and South America.
The cosmeceuticals (active cosmetics) will follow the same trend as the injectable products. The major markets for active cosmetics in decreasing order are the U.S., Asia, South America and the E.U. The market for active cosmetics in 2013 and 2018 will be $1,026 million and $1,677 million respectively. The breast implants will have a reduced progression of 5.2% per year until 2018. The major markets for breast implants by decreasing order are the U.S., South America, E.U. and Asia. The 2013 and 2018 market for breast implants will be about $1,066 and $1,370 million respectively. The two most popular cosmetic surgery procedures are still, in the world as well as for each geographical area, the liposuction and the breast augmentation with prosthetic implants. Breast implants experienced a slowdown of about 9% mainly due to concerns about the safety of their components, but this suspicion seems to disappear gradually in recent months.
More limited surgical procedures now are performed in the face, arm, or the internal face of thighs. The goal is primarily to make a change with a natural result. For the face it is readily associated with fat injection to recover volumes. Minimal invasive therapies enjoy a strong growth in 2013, especially with the new botulinum toxin. Alternative techniques to the toxin as cryomodulation begin to develop. The non-invasive techniques are increasingly linked to each other: toxin for the upper face and hyaluronic acid for the lower face, willingly associated with rejuvenation and retightening techniques of the skin by radio frequency and light peels. Far from being opposed to surgery, these techniques maintain surgery result. There is strong growth of surgical cosmetic procedures for men and women above 50 years old in Western countries due to the demand for anti-aging treatment and social pressure. These procedures increased from 28% to 36% between 2005 and 2011, this demand is also significant for invasive treatments and non-invasive.
From “Global Markets for Products and Technologies in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2013-2018″, Report #S710, published by MedMarket Diligence, LLC.