Aesthetic devices are used for reconstructive or body sculpting surgeries. Aesthetic devices generate a suitable amount of heat to target tissues to initiate elastogenesis and neocollagenesis for skin rejuvenation therapy
New advancements in aesthetics:
Skin Tightening: This technology gains outpaced clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction. In recent years, the skin-tightening front has seen several developments owing to development of the the ultrasound technology Ultherapy (Ulthera) technologies and RF-based Thermage (Solta Medical).
Non-invasive Fat Reduction: growing consumer preferences have to lead to advancement in new technologies such as, ultrasound (LipoSonix, Solta Medical), cryolipolysis (CoolSculpting by Zeltiq), and Tru-sculpt (Cutera), RF-based device Vanquish (BTL Aesthetics), and radiofrequency (Exilis, BTL Aesthetics). Each of the above-mentioned technologies offers diverse methods of action and helps in achieving the goal of non-invasive fat reduction.
Fractional and Radiofrequency Technology: Development of a newer device such as Halo from Sciton – a fractional device that offers ablative and non-ablative wavelengths.
Uses for Tattoo Removal Technology: Recently, picosecond technology changed the tattoo removal landscape by reducing the number of treatments for tattoos.
Aesthetic devices that can generate the appropriate amount of heat in targeted tissues to initiate neocollagenesis and elastogenesis have been one of the cornerstones of successful skin rejuvenation therapy. These devices include any apparatus instrument, machine or appliance, intended for use on humans, for improving or modifying the physical appearance or restoring skin. Some examples include: treatment of wrinkles, improving skin texture, skin rejuvenation, body contouring, and hair removal
$ 8,089.0 Mn
- By Type
- By Region
- By Application
$ 20,994.0 Mn
The demand for aesthetic devices is a continually increasing number of the geriatric population globally, rising level of lifestyle style and living standard, higher disposable income level among individuals of developing the region, an increasing number of surgical procedures and operating room procedures, technological advancement. In addition, rapidly growing medical tourism, increasing preferences of better life standard, growing societal vital among young generation to look more attractive. However, the high cost associated with the treatment aesthetic devices is a major factor expected to restraint the growth of the target market.
There are four types of aesthetic devices namely, RF device, body contouring device and face care device, laser hair removal device. The aesthetic devices have application at a hospitals, household, and beauty salon. The demand for aesthetic devices is increasing in North America, owing to the growing investment from major players well as government funding for the development of innovative devices and the higher demand for aesthetic procedures in countries such as Canada and US in the region. There is a huge demand for aesthetic devices owing to the huge population base and rising per capita income level. Prominent players are using various strategies such as clinical trials, new product launches, market initiatives, agreements, high expense on research and development activities, joint ventures, acquisitions, partnerships, and others to increase their footprints in this market.
Major players profiled in the report include Photomedex, Cynosure, Cutera, Lumenis, Syneron & Candela, Solta, ,Alma, Honkon , Fotona, LPG, Aerolase, Chromognex, GSD, Miracle Laser, Wuhan Yage, Toplaser, and Sincoheren.