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US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook to 2020 - Aging Population and High Prevalence Rate of Obesity to Foster Future Growth

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  • Region: United States
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  • Ken Research Private Limited
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The report titled "US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook to 2020 - Aging Population and High Prevalence Rate of Obesity to Foster Future Growth" provides a comprehensive analysis of aesthetic lasers and energy devices market in the US. The report focuses on the aesthetic lasers and energy devices used for non-invasive or minimally-invasive surgeries.

The report covers aspects such as overall aesthetic lasers and energy devices market, segmentation of overall market by type of device, by clientele, by new and refurbished devices, and by regions, stand-alone and multi-platform devices market, segmentation of stand-alone devices by energy devices and aesthetic lasers, aesthetic lasers segmentation by ablative and non-ablative lasers and their further sub-segments on the basis of type of lasers.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

- The market size of the US aesthetic lasers and energy devices market.
- Market Segmentation by organized & private/unorganized clientele, by type of devices, regions, and refurbished and new devices.
- The market size of body contouring and skin tightening devices market.
- The market size of aesthetic skin clinics market.
- The market of aesthetic surgeries in the US, by number of procedures.
- Competitive Analysis of Major Players in US aesthetic lasers and energy devices market
- Trends and developments in US aesthetic lasers and energy devices market
- Government regulations of US aesthetic lasers and energy devices market
- Porter Five Forces Analysis of US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market
- Investment model to set up a skin clinic in the US
- US aesthetic lasers and energy devices market future projections and outlook
- Analyst Recommendations
- Comparative analysis of major devices, by applications
- Macro-economic Factors Impacting the US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market
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1. Executive Summary
Market Potential
Market Segmentation

2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
Approach - Market Sizing
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Limitations
Final Conclusion
Market Volume - Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market
Limitations
Market Size - Skin Clinics Market
Limitations

3. US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Size By Value, CY2010 -CY2015

4. US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Segmentation
4.1. By Clientele, CY2010 -CY2015
4.2. By Stand-alone and Multiplatform devices, CY2013 - CY2015
4.2.1. Segmentation of Stand-alone Devices-By Lasers And Energy Devices, CY2013-CY2015
4.2.1.1. Type of Aesthetic Lasers, CY2010 - CY2015
Continuous Wave Lasers
Fractional Lasers
Pulsed Lasers
Photothermolysis
Non-ablative Lasers Segmentation, CY2010 - CY2015
ND: YAG Laser
Diode Laser
Pulsed-Dye Laser
Yellow/Green Lasers
Alexandrite Laser
Ablative Lasers Segmentation, CY2010-CY2015
Argon Laser
Ruby Lasers
Carbon Dioxide Laser (CO2 Laser)
Erbium Laser (Er:YAG)
4.2.1.2. Types of Energy Devices, CY2013 - CY2015
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Devices
Radio Frequency (RF) Devices
Ultrasound Devices
Infrared Devices
Cryolipolysis
4.3. By Refurbished and New Devices, CY2010 - CY2015
4.3.1. Principles of Good Refurbishment Practices (GRP)
4.4. By Regions, CY2010 - CY2015

5. US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Size by Volume, CY2015
5.1. US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Segmentation
5.1.1. By Stand-alone and Multi-Platform Devices, CY2015
5.1.2. Stand-alone Devices Market Segmentation, CY2015
5.1.3. Aesthetic Lasers Market Segmentation , CY2015

6. US Body Contouring and Skin Tightening Devices Market Introduction and Size, CY2010 - 2015
6.1. Market Segmentation of Body Contouring and Skin Tightening Devices in US
6.1.1. By Technology, CY2010 - CY2015
6.1.2. Comparison of Major Body Contouring Devices in the Market

7. US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Competitive Landscape
7.1. Overview of the Market Operations and Business Models
7.2. Company Profiles
7.2.1. Cynosure, Inc.
7.2.2. Cutera
7.2.3. Syneron Medical Ltd. (Syneron Candela)
7.2.4. Lumenis
7.2.5. Alma Lasers
7.3. Market Share of Major Players in US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, CY2015

8. Government Regulations for Aesthetic Laser and Energy Devices in US

9. US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Trends and Developments
9.1. Inclining Demand for Body Contouring Devices
9.2. Elevating Demand for Home-Use Aesthetic Products
9.3. Expanding Medspa Industry in the US
9.4. Rising Popularity of Aesthetic Procedures Among Men
9.5. Declining Reimbursement for Reconstructive Procedures

10. Porter Five Forces Analysis of US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market

11. US Aesthetic Surgeries Market by Number of Procedures, CY2010 - CY2015
11.1. US Aesthetics Surgery Market Segmentation by Surgical and Non-surgical Aesthetic Surgeries, CY2010 - CY2015
11.2. US Non-Surgical Aesthetic Surgery Market Segmentation, CY2010 - CY2015
11.3. Comparison of Major Skin Rejuvenation Devices
11.4. Comparison of Major Hair Removal Devices
11.5. Comparison of Major Body Contouring Devices
11.6. Comparison of Major Acne Removal Devices

12. US Aesthetic Skin Clinics Market Introduction and Market Size, CY 2010 - CY 2015
Target Consumer Profile
12.1. US Aesthetic Skin Clinics Market Segmentation
12.1.1. By Organized and Unorganized Markets, CY2015
12.2. Competitive Landscape of Major Organized Skin Clinics in US
12.2.1. Sono Bello
12.2.2. Las Vegas Skin And Cancer Clinic
12.2.3. Radiant Complexions Dermatology Clinic
12.2.4. Skin Spirit
12.2.5. Beleza Medspa
12.2.6. Comparative Analysis of Major Organized Aesthetic Skin Clinics in US
12.3. Competitive Landscape of Emerging Organized Skin Clinics in the US
12.3.1. The Mass Clinic
12.3.2. Doctor’s Approach
12.3.3. Tataway Laser Tattoo Removal
12.3.4. Tallman Medical Spa
12.3.5. Masri Clinic for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery
12.3.6. Comparative Analysis of Emerging Organized Aesthetic Skin Clinics in US
12.4. Key Considerations in Opening an Aesthetic Skin Clinic in US
12.4.1. Entry Barriers
12.4.2. Required Investment and Revenue Estimations for Setting up Organized and Private Aesthetic Clinic

13. Purchase Decisions Regarding Aesthetic Laser and Energy Based Devices
13.1. Key Considerations in Buying and Aesthetic Laser Device
Focus on Providing Solutions for Common Aesthetic Problems
Choice of Laser: Single or Multi-Platform
Cost-Benefit Analysis
Choice of the Manufacturing Company
Clinical Trial Evidence
13.2. Perception and Willingness Level For Multi-Platform Device
Identification of Target Customers
Purchase Parameters for a Multi-Platform Device
Comparison of Major Multi-Platform Devices in the Market

14. Future of US Aesthetics Laser and Energy Based Device Market
14.1. Cause and Effect relationship Between Dependent And Independent Factors Prevailing In US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Device Market
14.2. Future Outlook and Projections, CY 2016 - CY2020
14.3. Analyst Recommendations

15. Macro Economic Indicators
15.1. Number of Dermatologists in US, 2010 - 2020
15.2. US Skin Care Products Market, CY2010- CY2020
15.3. US Cosmetic Procedure Services Market, CY2010 - CY2020
15.4. US Aging Population
15.5. US Per Capita Disposable Income, 2010 - 2020

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List Of Figures:
Figure 3-1: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Million, CY2015
Figure 4-1: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Segmentation on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Clientele (Private, Organized, and Direct Consumers) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-2: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Private Clientele (Clinics, Medspas, Salons, and Hospitals) Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Service Provider in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-3: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Organized Clientele Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Service Provider (Clinics, Medspas, Salons, and Hospitals) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-4: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Device (Stand-alone Devices and Multi-platform Devices) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-5: US Stand-alone Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Device (Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-6: US Aesthetic Lasers Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Aesthetic Lasers (Non-ablative and ablative) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-7: US Non-ablative Lasers Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Lasers (Nd: YAG, Yellow/Green, Diode, Alexandarite, and Pulsed Dye) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-8: US Ablative Lasers Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Lasers (CO2, Erbium, and Ruby) in terms of Percentage, 2015
Figure 4-9: US Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Devices (IPL, Radiofrequency, Ultrasound, Cryolipolysis, and Infrared Devices) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-10: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Refurbished and New Devices in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 4-11: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices - Refurbished Devices Companies Business Models
Figure 4-12: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Regions (Northeast, South, West, Midwest) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 6-1: US Body Contouring and Skin Tightening Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 6-2: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Technology (Radiofrequency, Ultrasound, Cryolipolysis, Laser Lipolysis, and Low Level Laser Therapy) in terms of Percentage, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 7-1: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Manufacturing Companies Business Model
Figure 7-2: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Mode of Sales (Trade Shows, Medical Conferences and Webinars, Office Visits, Direct Mail Programs and Others) in terms of Percentage, 2015
Figure 7-3: Manufacturing Cycle of Cynergy, Accolade, Elite MPX and PicoSure product
Figure 7-4: Financial Performance of Cynosure, Inc. on the Basis of Total Revenue and Product Sales in US in terms of USD Million, CY2013 - CY2015
Figure 7-5: Cutera Product Launch History
Figure 7-6: Financial Performance of Cutera. on the Basis of Total Revenue and Growth Rate in US in terms of USD Million, 2013 - 2015
Figure 7-7: Syneron Candela Operating History
Figure 7-8: Syneron Candela Transformation of Business Model from Pure Capital Equipment Business Model to Recurring Business Model
Figure 7-9: Financial Performance of Syneron Candela on the Basis of Total Revenue in US in terms of USD Million, 2013 - 2015
Figure 7-10: Financial Performance of Lumenis on the Basis of Total Revenue in US in terms of USD Million, 2013 - 2015
Figure 9-1: Top Five Cosmetic Surgeries for Men, 2015
Figure 10-1: Porters Five Forces Analysis of US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Industry
Figure 11-1: US Aesthetic Surgeries Market on the Basis of Number of Procedures in Thousands, CY2010 - CY2015
Figure 12-1: US Aesthetic Skin Clinics Market on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Billion, CY 2010 - CY 2015
Figure 12-2: US Aesthetic Skin Clinics Markets on the Basis of Volume Contribution by Unorganized and Organized Skin Clinics in terms of Percentage, CY 2015
Figure 14-1: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook and Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Million, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Figure 14-2: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook and Future Projections by Stand-alone and Multi-platform Devices on the Basis of Revenue in terms of Percentage, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Figure 14-3: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook and Future Projections by Stand-alone and Multi-platform Devices on the Basis of Revenue in terms of Percentage, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Figure 14-4: US Stand-alone Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook and Future Projections by Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices on the Basis of Revenue in terms of Percentage, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Figure 14-5: US Aesthetic Lasers Market Outlook and Future Projections by Ablative and Non-ablative Lasers on the Basis of Revenue in terms of Percentage, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Figure 15-1: Number of Dermatologists in US, 2010 - 2020
Figure 15-2: Ownership Structure of Dermatologists in US on the Basis of Type of Ownership in terms of Percentage, 2014
Figure 15-3: US Skin Care Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Billion, CY2010 - CY2020
Figure 15-4: US Cosmetic Procedures Services Size on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Billion, CY2010 - CY2020
Figure 15-5: US Aging Population Statistics on the basis of Number of Persons 65+ in terms of Millions, 2000 - 2060
Figure 15-6: US per capita Disposable Income in terms of USD, 2010 - 2020

List Of Tables:
Table 1-1: Difference between Wellness Center, Clinic and Medspas
Table 1-2: Correlation Matrix for US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market
Table 1-3: Regression Coefficients Output
Table 4-1: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Segmentation on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Clientele (Private, Organized, and Direct Consumers) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-2: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Segmentation on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Service Provider (Clinics, Medspas, Salons, and Hospitals) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-3: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Device (Stand-alone Devices and Multi-platform Devices) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-4: Major Multiplatform Devices and In-built Technologies
Table 4-5: Major Multiplatform Handpiece and Their Prices in terms of USD, 2015
Table 4-6: Advantages and Disadvantages of Stand-alone Devices and Multi-platform Systems
Table 4-7: US Stand-alone Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Device (Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-8: US Aesthetic Lasers Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Aesthetic Lasers (Non-ablative and Ablative) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-9: US Non-ablative Lasers Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Lasers (Nd: YAG, Yellow/Green, Diode, Alexandarite, and Pulsed Dye) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-10: Types of Non-Ablative Lasers, Treatment Areas, Side Effects and Brands
Table 4-11: US Ablative Lasers Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Lasers (CO2, Erbium, and Ruby) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-12: Types of Ablative Lasers, Treatment Areas, Side Effects and Brands
Table 4-13: Combination of RF with Other Technologies, Examples, Analyst View and Dermatologist View
Table 4-14: US Adult Obesity Statistics on the Basis of Prevalence Rate by Region in terms of Percentage, 2014
Table 4-15: US Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Type of Devices (IPL, Radiofrequency, Ultrasound, Cryolipolysis, and Infrared Devices) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-16: Types of Energy Devices, Treatment Areas, Side Effects and Examples
Table 4-17: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Refurbished and New Devices in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 4-18: Price Comparison of Refurbished and New Devices, by Devices Model in terms of USD
Table 4-19: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Regions (Northeast, South, West, Midwest) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 5-1: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Volume on the Basis of Volume Contribution by Type of Devices (Stand-alone and Multi-platform Devices), CY2010 - CY2015
Table 5-2: US Stand-alone Devices Market Volume on the Basis of Volume Contribution by Type of Devices (Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices), CY2010 - CY2015
Table 5-3: US Aesthetic Lasers Market Volume on the Basis of Volume Contribution by Type of Lasers (Ablative and Non-ablative Lasers), CY2010 - CY2015
Table 6-1: Classification of Non-Invasive Body Contouring Devices in Order of Evolving Technology
Table 6-2: US Body Contouring and Skin Tightening Devices Market on the Basis of Revenue Contribution by Technology (Radiofrequency, Ultrasound, Cryolipolysis, Laser Lipolysis, and Low Level Laser Therapy) in terms of USD Million, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 6-3: Comparative Analysis of Major Brands in Body Contouring Devices
Table 7-1: Cynosure, Inc. Business Overview
Table 7-2: Cynosure, Inc. Strategies
Table 7-3: Cynosure, Inc. Flagship Products, their Applications and Price
Table 7-4: Cutera Business Overview
Table 7-5: Cutera. Strategies
Table 7-6: Cutera Flagship Products, their Applications and Price
Table 7-7: Syneron Candela Business Overview
Table 7-8: Syneron Candela Strategies
Table 7-9: Syneron Candela Flagship Products, their Applications and Price
Table 7-10: Lumenis Business Overview
Table 7-11: Lumenis Strategies
Table 7-12: Lumenis Flagship Products, their Applications and Price
Table 7-13: Alma Lasers Business Overview
Table 7-14: Alma Lasers Strategies
Table 7-15: Alma Lasers Flagship Products, their Applications and Price
Table 7-16: Market Share of Major Players in US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Volume Contribution, CY 2015
Table 7-17: US Aesthetic Lasers Market on the Basis of Volume Contribution by Key Players (Cynosure, Inc., Cutera, Syneron Candela, Lumenis, and Others),CY 2015
Table 7-18: US Energy Devices Market on the Basis of Volume Contribution by Key Players (Cynosure, Inc., Cutera, Syneron Candela, Lumenis, and Others),CY 2015
Table 8-1: Government Regulations in Laser and Energy Devices in US
Table 9-1: US Body Contouring Procedures Statistics on the Basis of Number of Procedures, 2013 - 2015
Table 10-1: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Table 11-1: US Aesthetic Surgery Market Segmentation by Non-Surgical and Surgical Aesthetic Surgery on the Basis of Number of Procedures in Thousands, CY2010 - CY2015
Table 11-2: US Non-Surgical Aesthetic Surgery Market Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Procedures in Thousands, CY 2010 - CY 2015
Table 11-3: Average Prices and Total Expenditure for Major Non-Invasive Aesthetic Procedures in US in USD, 2015
Table 11-4: Comparison of Major Skin Rejuvenation Devices
Table 11-5: Comparison of Major Hair Removal Devices
Table 11-6: Comparison of Major Body Contouring Devices
Table 11-7: Comparison of Major Acne Removal Devices
Table 12-1: Consumer Profile of Patients in an Aesthetic Skin Clinic
Table 12-2: Sono Bello Company Profile
Table 12-3: Las Vegas Skin and Cancer Clinic Company Profile
Table 12-4: Radiant Complexions Dermatology Company Profile
Table 12-5: Skin Spirit Company Profile
Table 12-6: Beleza Medspa Company Profile
Table 12-7: Comparative Analysis of Major Organized Aesthetic Skin Clinics in US
Table 12-8: The Mass Clinic Company Profile
Table 12-9: Doctor’s Approach Company Profile
Table 12-10: Tataway Laser Tattoo Removal Company Profile
Table 12-11: Tallman Medical Company Profile
Table 12-12: Masri Clinic for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery Company Profile
Table 12-13: Comparative Analysis of Emerging Organized Aesthetic Skin Clinics in US
Table 12-14: Entry Barriers in Skin Clinic Market in US
Table 12-15: Required Investment for Setting up an Aesthetic Skin Clinic in US
Table 12-16: Revenue Estimations of an Unorganized Aesthetic Skin Clinic from Core Services
Table 12-17: Revenue Estimations of an Organized Aesthetic Skin Clinic from Core Services
Table 13-1: Hierarchy of Key Purchase Decision Parameters for a Multi-Platform Laser Device
Table 13-2: Decision Matrix for Alma-Harmony XL
Table 13-3: Decision Matrix for Cynosure/Ellman Medley Laser
Table 13-4: Decision Matrix for Lumenis M22
Table 13-5: Decision Matrix for Syneron-Candela elos Plus
Table 13-6: Decision Matrix for DEKA-Synchro REPLA:Y
Table 13-7: Decision Matrix for Lutronic Clarity
Table 14-1: Cause and Effect Relationship between Industry Factors and Expected Industry Prospects in the US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market
Table 14-2: Future Drivers for US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market
Table 14-3: US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook and Future Projections by Stand-alone and Multi-platform Devices on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Million, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Table 14-4: US Stand-alone Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook and Future Projections by Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Million, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Table 14-5: US Aesthetic Lasers Market Outlook and Future Projections by Ablative and Non-ablative Lasers on the Basis of Revenue in terms of USD Million, CY 2016 - CY 2020
Table 14-6: Recommendations for Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices in US
Table 15-1: Number of Dermatologists in US, by region, 2014
Table 15-2: US Cosmetic Procedures Services Size on the Basis of Number of Surgeries Performed by Place of Surgery, CY 2010 - CY 2015
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US Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market:

The aesthetic lasers and energy devices market in the US has been immensely driven by aging population, high obesity rate and availability of disposable income to spend on cosmetic procedures over the years. In CY2015, the aesthetic lasers and energy devices market in the US clocked revenue worth USD ~ million which increased by 5.8% from USD ~ million in CY2010. The stand-alone devices market has been observed to grow from ~% in CY2010 to ~% in CY2015. The aesthetic lasers in the stand-alone devices market has garnered ~% of the market revenues as observed in CY2015 which is relatively smaller proportion of the aesthetic lasers and energy devices market in the country. In CY2015, energy devices accounted for a share of ~% in the overall sales of stand-alone aesthetic lasers and energy devices in the country garnering revenues worth USD ~ million.

Aesthetic lasers and energy devices domestic sales at manufacturer’s price generated revenues of USD ~million in CY2015 and represented a CAGR of ~% during the period, CY2010 – CY2015. Stand-alone devices accounted for the largest share in overall market being major choice of the private and organized clients. The segment captured ~% share in revenue in CY2015. This segment encompasses market revenues for aesthetic lasers and energy devices separately and their sub-segments including ablative and non-ablative lasers and further by type of lasers. Nd:Yag lasers accounted for maximum share of ~% in non-ablative lasers market in CY2015. CO2 lasers among ablative lasers were observed to be a leading choice of dermatologists and the segment contributed a share of ~% in the total ablative lasers market in CY2015.

The demand for aesthetic lasers and energy devices in the US has been observed to majorly generate from the Northeast and West regions of the country. The aesthetic industry in the US is observed to be dominated by private/unorganized treatment providers. The private skin clinics clients were observed to contribute maximum revenue in the market with estimated sales of USD ~million. Among organized clients also, the skin clinics segment is expected to generate highest share of revenue and accounted for ~% of share in CY2015. On the basis of type of device, refurbished devices captured small share of ~% in CY 2015.

The market of aesthetic lasers is observed to be consolidated in nature with few players capturing major share of the market. Syneron Candela, Cynosure, Inc., Cutera, Lumenis, and Alma Lasers are observed to lead the market. However, energy devices market is forecasted to be fragmented in nature with large number of players operating in the market.

US Body Contouring and Skin Tightening Devices Market:

Body contouring and skin tightening devices market is growing rapidly in the US. The overall body contouring and skin tightening devices market in the US has been observed to exhibit a CAGR of ~% during CY2010 - CY2015 and reached at a value of USD ~ million in CY2015. Cryopolysis and radiofrequency-based devices have been the major technologies which are sold in the US market. Laser lipolysis is observed to grow at a fastest CAGR in recent years. Preference towards non-invasive and minimally-invasive surgeries for fat removal over invasive surgeries is major factor which assisted in generating revenue in past years.

US Aesthetic Skin Clinics Market:

The aesthetic skin clinics has been dominated by unorganized players which cater to nearly ~% of the overall skin clinics market in the country. The revenues generated by aesthetic skin clinics in the US amounted to USD ~million in CY2015. Organized aesthetic skin clinics captured lower share of ~% in CY2015 in the overall aesthetic skin clinics market. Sono Bello, LVSCC, Radiant Complexions Dermatology Clinic, Skin Spirit, and Beleza Medspa are observed to be major organized aesthetic skin clinics observed in the US market.

US Aesthetic Surgeries Market:

Aesthetic surgeries have experienced robust demand in the US market in previous five years. The number of aesthetic procedures increased at a CAGR of ~% from CY2010 to CY2015. Non-surgical procedures dominated the number of procedures with share of ~% in CY2015. Hair removal and chemical peeling were observed to be the most preferred non-surgical cosmetic procedures in the US in CY2015. The average cost of hair removal is observed as USD 254 in the US in 2015.
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- Alma Lasers
- Beleza Medspa
- Cutera
- Cynosure Inc.
- Doctor’s Approach
- Lumenis
- LVSCC
- Masri Clinic for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery
- Radiant Complexions Dermatology Clinic
- Skin Spirit
- Sono Bello
- Syneron Candela
- Tallman Medical Spa
- Tataway Laser Tattoo Removal
- The mass Clinic
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