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Facial Rejuvenation Markets, 3rd Edition ( Topical Rejuvenation Products, Fillers and Botulism Products, Laser Resurface, Tumescent Liposuction Products, Chemical Peel, Dermabrasion, Microdermabrasion, Surgical Restoration )


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The aging of the population, namely the baby boomer demographic segment, is driving the market for facial rejuvenation products. The size and wealth of this aging segment and its overwhelming desire to retain a youthful appearance are driving growth for aesthetic procedures.

Worldwide, billions of dollars are spent annually on facial rejuvenation products and services. This comprehensive report from Kalorama Information, Facial Rejuvenation Markets Worldwide, covers both products and services in this dynamic market.

For this report, products pertain to:

  • Topical Rejuvenation Products (includes: Keratolytics, Moisturizers, Retinoids Sunscreens and Hair Removal)
  • Fillers and Botulism Products (Includes Derma Fillers and Botox)
  • Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products
Services pertain to revenues from:
  • Chemical Peel
  • Dermabrasion
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Surgical Restoration

In addition to market revenues and projections, this report contains procedure volumes for Chemical Peels, Dermabrasions, Microdermabrasions, Cheek implants Chin augmentations, Face lifts (Rhytidectomy), Forehead lifts, Lip augmentations, Rhinoplastys, and Blepharoplastys.

There are numerous issues that are shaping the direction of the field of facial rejuvenation. Some of the main issues and trends that are affecting the market include:

  • Market Shift Towards Less Invasive Procedures
  • Medi-Spas
  • Cosmeceuticals
  • Combination Therapies Thrive
  • Combination Economic Social Forces Driving Market Demand
  • AccuLift Face Lift
  • Regulatory Influences
  • FDA and Other Regulatory Agencies
  • Effects of Health Insurance
  • Competitive Influences
  • Ethnic Diversity in Facial Rejuvenation
  • Topical Botox
  • Promotion and Advertising
  • Stem Cells

The following companies are profiled in this report:

  • Allergan Inc.
  • Cutera, Inc
  • Cynosure, Inc.
  • Galderma S.A.
  • Johnson & Johnson (Janssen Pharmaceutica, Ortho Dermatologic, Ortho-McNeil)
  • Lumenis Ltd.
  • Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation
  • Merz Pharma GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc.
  • Q-Med AB
  • SkinMedica, Inc
  • Solta Medical, Inc.
  • Syneron Medical, Ltd.

The information and analysis presented in this report are based on extensive interviews with senior management of top companies in the worldwide facial rejuvenation market. Background information was obtained from a comprehensive search of published literature and reports obtained from various government, business, medical trade, and international journals. Key information from published literature was used to conduct interviews with over 30 industry executives and product managers to validate and obtain expert opinion on current and future trends in the worldwide facial rejuvenation market. Interviews were also used to confirm and/or adjust market size estimates, as well as in formulating market projections.

All market data pertains to the worldwide market at the manufacturers’ level. Data are expressed in current U.S. dollars. The base year for data was 2010. Historical data are provided for each of the years Market shares are provided for each market segment for the 2010 base year.

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Cosmetic Procedures No Longer Reserved for the Rich, Report Says

Worldwide, billions of dollars are spent annually on facial rejuvenation products and services, according to healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information. In its new report, Facial Rejuvenation Markets, Kalorama Information projects that growing demand from aging baby boomers will help drive the facial rejuvenation product market to increase by 13.7% annually through 2015, with the fillers and botulism segment leading the way as the market shifts increasingly towards less invasive procedures.

Market trends confirm that patients are moving away from invasive procedures that require significant downtime. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that from 2009 to 2010 the total number of laser skin resurfacing procedures increased from approximately 10.9 million to 11.5 million, representing a 5% increase; and the number of Botox injection procedures grew by 12% from 4.8 million to 5.4 million.

"Technological advancements have made non-invasive treatment alternatives increasingly safe, affordable and easy to use," said Bruce Carlson, publisher of Kalorama Information. "As a result, patients are seeking treatment for wrinkles and other blemishes in larger numbers than ever before, a trend that is being magnified by the baby boomer phenomenon."

The baby boomers, who control about $2 trillion in spending power and 50% of all discretionary income, have an overwhelming desire to retain a youthful appearance, and they are turning to these less invasive and more affordable procedures in great numbers.

This demand for fast, safe and non-invasive facial rejuvenation is causing a shift in the paradigm of how the aging face is changing. More effort is being put into reshaping rather than correcting a particular defect. Cosmetic surgeons are focusing more on the total aging face with combination therapies. For example, multi-modality injectables like Botox are now combined with hyaluronic acid fillers to help correct defects around the eyes.

Kalorama Information's Facial Rejuvenation Markets covers both products (topical rejuvenation products, filler and botulism products and laser resurfacing, photodynamic therapy, radiofrequency therapy and tumescent liposuction products) and services (chemical peel, dermabrasion, microdermabrasion and surgical restoration). It provides market revenues and projections, procedure volumes, and discussions of trends and issues impacting the industry, as well as profiles of key companies competing in the facial rejuvenation market. It is available at: http://www.kaloramainformation.com/Facial-Rejuvenation-6235865/.

CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Introduction
Scope and Methodology
Product Market Summary
Society’s Obsession with Physical Appearance
Other Issues and Trends Affecting Market
Competitor Analysis
CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION TO THE INDUSTRY
Structure and Function of the Skin
Epidermis
Dermis
Subcutaneous Tissue
Epidermal Appendages
Functions of the Skin
Effects of Aging on the Skin
Pharmacokinetics
Drug Absorption
Distribution
Bioavailability
CHAPTER THREE: WORLDWIDE TOPICAL FACIAL REJUVENATION PRODUCTS MARKET
Introduction
Description of Products
Keratolytics
Moisturizers
Retinoids
Sunscreens and Hair Removal
Market Revenues and Forecast
Worldwide Market
Markets by Geographical Region
Competitive Landscape
CHAPTER FOUR: WORLDWIDE FACIAL REJUVENATION FILLERS AND BOTULISM TREATMENT MARKETS
Introduction
Description of Products
ASAPS Member Statistics Year on Year Comparisons for Dermal Filler Products
Research and Development
Market Revenues and Forecast
Worldwide Market
Markets by Geographical Region
Competitive Landscape
CHAPTER FIVE: CHEMICAL PEEL, DERMABRASION, MICROABRASION MARKETS
Introduction
Products
Chemical Peel
Dermabrasion
Microdermabrasion
US Procedure Volumes and Revenues
CHAPTER SIX: LASER RESURFACE, PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY, RADIOFREQUENCY THERAPY AND OTHERS MARKET
Introduction
Products
Market Revenues and Forecast
Markets by Geographical Region
Competitive Landscape
US Procedure Volumes and Revenues
CHATPER SEVEN: FACIAL REJUVENATION SURGICAL RESTORATION MARKET
Introduction
US Procedure Volumes and Revenues
CHAPTER EIGHT: WORLDWIDE FACIAL REJUVENATION MARKET SUMMARY AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS
Market Overview
Product Market Summary
Facial Rejuvenation Products Competitive Analysis
US Facial Rejuvenation Services Market Summary
CHAPTER NINE: FACIAL REJUVENATION ISSUES AND TRENDS
Overview
Market Shift Towards less invasive Procedures
Medi-Spas
Combination therapies Thrive
Competitive, Economic, Social Forces Driving Market Demand
Society’s Obsession with Physical Appearance
Evolution of Today’s Demand for Services & More Options
Botox Botulinum Stimulates Competition
Men increasingly Seek Aesthetic Procedures
Stem Cell Controversy
Consumer Confusion
Cosmeceuticals
Antioxidants
Polypeptides
Medical Skills and Impact of Medical-Surgical Technologies
Conventional Protocols and Highly Individualized Surgical Skills
Competitive Technologies Take Cosmetic Surgery and Rejuvenation to Next Level
AccuLift Facelift
Thread Lift
Regulatory Influences: US & International
International Authorities
U.S. FDA & Other Regulatory Agencies
Effects of Health Insurance Programs & Treatment Costs
Competitive Influences—Impact on Market & Treatment Modalities
Facial Skin--Bio-Physiology
The “Gray Areas” of Medicine
Treatment Outcome: Uncertainties & Risks
Ethnic Diversity in Facial Rejuvenation
Topical Botox
Promotion/Advertisement
CHAPTER TEN: CONCLUSIONS
Conclusion 1
Conclusion 2
Conclusion 3
Conclusion 4
Conclusion 5
Conclusion 6
Conclusion 7
Conclusion 8
Conclusion 9
CHAPTER ELEVEN: COMPANY PROFILES
Introduction
Allergan Inc.
Cutera, Inc
Cutera, Inc
Cynosure, Inc.
Galderma S.A.
Johnson & Johnson (Janssen Pharmaceutica, Ortho Dermatologic, Ortho-McNeil)
Lumenis Ltd.
Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation
Merz Pharma GmbH & Co. KGaA
Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc.
Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc.
Q-Med AB
SkinMedica, Inc
Solta Medical, Inc.
Syneron Medical, Ltd.
APPENDIX A: COMPANY DIRECTORY
APPENDIX B: GLOSSARY
Facial Skin Treatment Modalities & Procedures
Cosmetic-Aesthetic Bio-Materials


TABLE OF EXHIBITS


CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Table 1-1: Facial Rejuvenation Summary, 2002-2012
Figure 1-1: Facial Rejuvenation Summary 2002-2012
Figure 1-2: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Products Market Share Summary 2007
CHAPTER THREE: WORLDWIDE TOPICAL FACIAL REJUVENATION PRODUCTS MARKET
Table 3-1: Common Prescription Keratolytic Formulations
Table 3-2: Occlusive Moisturizers—Categories of Ingredients
Table 3-3: Common Prescription Moisturizers
Table 3-4: Common Prescripton Retinoids
Table 3-5: Common Prescription Sunscreens and Hair Removal Products (Product, Manufacturer, Formulation)
Table 3-6: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products by Type (Keratolytics, Moisturizers, Retinoids, Sunscreens & Hair Removal), 2002-2012
Figure 3-1: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products by Type (Sunscreens and Hair Removal, Keratolyics, Moisturizers, Retinoids), 2002-2012
Figure 3-2: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products by Type (Sunscreens and Hair Removal, Keratolyics, Moisturizers, Retinoids), 2007
Figure 3-3: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products by Type (Sunscreens and Hair Removal, Keratolyics, Moisturizers, Retinoids), 2012
Table 3-7: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products, Revenues by Geographical Region 2002-2012
Figure 3-5: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products Share by Geographical Region (US, Europe, ROW) 2007
Figure 3-6: The Worldwide Market Topical Rejuvenation Products Share by Geographical Region 2012
Table 3-8: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2007
Figure 3-7: The Worldwide Market Topical Facial Rejuvenation Products, Market Share by Leading Supplier 2007
CHAPTER FOUR: WORLDWIDE FACIAL REJUVENATION FILLERS AND BOTULISM TREATMENT MARKETS
Table 4-1: Fillers and Botulism Treatment Products
Table 4-2: Worldwide Prescription Topical Facial Rejuvenation Formulations in Development (Product, Developer, Phase)
Table 4-3: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products by Type 2002-2012 (Botox, Dermal Fillers)
Figure 4-1: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products by Type (Botox, Dermal Fillers) 2002-2012
Figure 4-2: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products by Type (Botox, Dermal Fillers), 2007
Table 4-4: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products by Geographical Region (US, Europe, ROW) 2002-2012
Figure 4-3: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products, Revenues by Geographical Region 2002-2012
Figure 4-4: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products Share by Geographical Region 2007
Table 4-5: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2007
Figure 4-5: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Fillers and Botulism Products Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2007
CHAPTER FIVE: CHEMICAL PEEL, DERMABRASION, MICROABRASION MARKETS
Table 5-1: US Procedure Trends 2000, 2006, 2007
Table 5-2: US Age-Related Procedure Trends 2007, 13 years to 55 years +(Chemical Peels, Dermabrasion, Microdermabrasion)
Table 5-3: US Revenues Chemical Peel, Dermabrasion, Microdermabrasion, 2006, 2007 (in millions US$)
CHAPTER SIX: LASER RESURFACE, PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY, RADIOFREQUENCY THERAPY AND TUMESCENT LIPOSUCTION MARKET
Table 6-1: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products , 2002-2012
Figure 6-1: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products Revenues by Type, 2002-2012
Figure 6-2: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products by Type, 2007 82
Table 6-2: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products by Region (US, Europe, ROW), 2002-2012
Figure 6-4: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products by Region (US, Europe, ROW), 2002-2012
Figure 6-5: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products by Region (US, Europe, ROW), 2007
Table 6-3: Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2007 89
Figure 6-6: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2007
CHAPTER SEVEN: SURGICAL RESTORATION MARKET
Table 7-1: US Procedure Trends 2000, 2006, 2007
Table 7-2: US Age-Related Procedure Trends 2007
Table 7-3: US Revenues 2006, 2007 (in millions US$)
CHAPTER EIGHT: WORLDWIDE FACIAL REJUVENATION MARKET SUMMARY AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS
Table 8-1: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Products Summary, 2002-2012
Figure 8-1: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Products Summary 2002-2012
Figure 8-2: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Products Market Share Summary 2007
Table 8-2: Facial Rejuvenation Products Market Analysis by Region/Country, 2007
Figure 8-3: Facial Rejuvenation Products Market Analysis by Region/Country, 2007 103
Table 8-3: Facial Rejuvenation Products Market Revenues and Market Share of Leading Suppliers 2007
Figure 8-4: Facial Rejuvenation Products Market Market Share by Leading Suppliers 2007
Table 8-4: The US Market for Facial Rejuvenation Services Summary, 2006-2007
Figure 8-5: The US Market for Facial Rejuvenation Services Summary, 2006-2007
Figure 8-6: The US Market for Facial Rejuvenation Services Summary, 2007
CHAPTER NINE: FACIAL REJUVENATION ISSUES AND TRENDS
Table 9-1: Leading Rejuvenation Modalities by Methods, Skin Condition, and Risks/Counter-Indication

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