Homecare Dermatology Energy-based Devices Market

Homecare Dermatology Energy-based Devices Market: Growing Incidence of Skin Problems Coupled with Technological Advancements to Fuel Adoption: Global Industry Analysis 2013 - 2017 and Opportunity Assessment 2018 - 2028

Shift from Clinics to Home-based Energy Treatments

The growing awareness among general population regarding the benefits of homecare medical devices and technological advancement are increasing their adoption across the globe. These homecare dermatology energy-based devices save money and time and are easy to buy as they are available over the counter. These are some of the factors contributing to the growth of the homecare dermatology energy-based devices market.

Increasing Burden of Skin Disorders

Rising prevalence of skin problems has been leading to scarring. Acne and wrinkles are considered the most common skin problems in the U.S., which are affecting over 50 million people yearly. Majority of physical changes, including permanent scarring occur due to acne. Moreover, about 85% of people aged between 12 and 24 experience acne.

The commonly used homecare dermatology energy-based devices for the treatment of acne and wrinkles are LEDs and phototherapy equipment. Thus, rising prevalence of skin disorders is directly expected to drive the growth of the global homecare dermatology energy-based device market over the forecast period. 

Increasing Use of Technology Combinations in Products

LEDs are used for reducing fine lines, bringing of skin tone, while lasers are target specific and effective. The combination of both the devices can lead to better results. Also, increasing use of combination of technologies have better outcomes. LED lights have anti-bacterial properties which stop the growth of acne. Also, majority of the treatments work on all the skin tones.

For instance, RF Beaute Photo PLUS works on a combination of radio frequency and LED technology. LED minimises the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and reduces the pore size while the RF removes the dirt from skin.

New Product Launches Governed by Regulatory Approvals in the Homecare Dermatology Energy-based Devices Market

Product launches in the homecare dermatology energy-based device market are specifically governed by certain regulations, whose approval is necessary for the launch of products in the market. Over the last few years, leading players in homecare dermatology energy-based device market have received regulatory approvals across major geographic markets, which have enabled them to launch various products in the market. For instance, in October 2017, Home Skinovations Inc. received FDA clearance for its Anti-Aging Device Titan, which is proven to tighten the skin and enhance beauty without undergoing invasive procedures.

Adverse Effects of Treatment with Homecare Dermatology Energy-based Devices

A wide range of side effects are linked with homecare dermatology energy-based devices, as these treatments work differently on different skin tones. It becomes difficult to determine suitability for hair removal treatments. The consumers can risk themselves to burns and pigmentation while treating an area that is not suitable. Also, there is a variation in the energy levels in home based lasers and IPL devices, which occurs due to the degradation of the components inside the device and can adversely affect the skin.

Competitive Landscape

This section of the report features profiles of the key players operating in the homecare dermatology energy-based devices market based on their market shares, product offerings, differential strategies, company dashboard and marketing approach. Examples of some of the key players featured in the report on the homecare dermatology energy-based device market include Shenzhen Leaflife Technology Co., Ltd., Dezac group ( Rio Beauty), Norlanya Technology Co., Home Skinovations Inc., Koninklijke Philips,  Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., Procter & Gamble, Tria Beauty and Conair Corporation.

The companies offers a wide range of homecare dermatology energy-based devices for applications such as wrinkle reduction, hair removal, acne control and others. The key manufacturers of homecare dermatology energy-based devices are focusing on new marketing strategies to increase their product penetration and geographical presence in the global homecare dermatology energy-based devices market.

Definition

Laser equipment used at homecare are devices that are widely used for removal of hair, acne, wrinkles, skin pigmentations and others. Intense pulse light devices employ a range of light wavelengths. The equipment work on the principle of selective photothermolysis, thus these devices can be used for a broad range of targets.

The LED equipment are used as a painless treatment for applications such as premature aging, acne, inflammation, hyper-pigmentation, and others. Radio frequency devices affect the deep layers of the skin, and heat stimulates the structural changes resulting in reduction of wrinkles, reduced lines and strengthening of elastic fibers.

About the Report

The company conducted a research study on the homecare dermatology energy-based devices market for the forecast period 2018 to 2028. The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the business opportunities prevailing in the homecare dermatology energy-based devices market along with insights on the homecare dermatology energy-based devices consumer adoption process, iceberg analysis, pricing impact analysis, competition blueprint, and list of distributors for homecare dermatology energy-based devices market.

The report explains the macroeconomic factors that are influencing the dynamics of the homecare dermatology energy-based devices market and its futuristic potential.

Additional Questions Answered

Some of the additional questions addressed in this report on homecare dermatology energy-based devices market-

  • What is the revenue potential of homecare dermatology energy-based devices market across regions of North America and Europe?
  • Who are the key competitors in homecare dermatology energy-based devices market and what are their portfolios in homecare dermatology energy-based devices?
  • What are major challenges influencing the growth of homecare dermatology energy-based devices market?

Segmentation

The report offers a comprehensive taxonomy of homecare dermatology energy-based devices market based on product type, application, distribution channel and region. The homecare dermatology energy-based devices are used for various applications such as skin rejuvenation, skin pigmentation, acne control, wrinkle reduction, and hair removal, among others. The major distributors of homecare dermatology energy-based devices are super market& hyper markets, retail pharmacies, drug stores and e-commerce.

By product type, the global homecare dermatology energy-based devices market is segmented into intense pulsed light (IPL) devices, laser devices, and LED devices, radiofrequency devices and infrared devices. Based on application, the global homecare dermatology energy-based devices market is segmented into hair removal, acne, wrinkles, skin rejuvenation and pigmentation.

Based on distribution channel, the global homecare dermatology energy-based devices market is segmented into super market & hyper market, retail pharmacies, drug store and e-commerce. The homecare dermatology energy-based devices market has been analyzed across regions of North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific Excluding China & Japan (APEC), China and Middle East & Africa (MEA).

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