US demand for cosmetic surgery products will grow 9.1 percent annually through 2010, driven by an obsession with youth coupled with an aging population and greater product availability. Nonsurgical markets (e.g., injections, dermal resurfacing, micro-dermabrasion) will lead gains based on consumer preferences for less invasive treatments.
This study analyzes the $1.6 billion US cosmetic surgery product industry. It presents historical demand data (1995, 2000, and 2005) and forecasts to 2010 and 2015 by raw material (e.g., microbial extracts, collagen, polymers); by product (e.g., hair removal lasers, botulinum toxin, tissue fillers, breast implants, wound care disposables); and by procedure (e.g., surgical reshaping, lifts and tucks, liposuction, laser treatments).
The study also considers market environment trends and indicators, details industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles 28 leading competitors including Allergan, Mentor, and Medicis.