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Facial Rejuvenation Products Industry: Market Segmentation and Growth Forecast (2023-2030)

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The global facial injectable market size was estimated at USD 12.7 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.3% from 2023 to 2030. A growing focus on physical appearance among consumers has led to an increased demand for facial injectables in recent years. Increasing awareness regarding minimally invasive procedures due to various beauty campaigns being organized by key players in the market is also a driving factor for market growth. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has increased the time spent on video calls. Known as the ‘Zoom Boom’, several adults are becoming more aware of their appearance. This has increased demand for cosmetic surgeries, with Botox being one of the most popular products preferred.

Patients are also opting for cosmetic surgeries owing to ease of recovery while staying at home. Thus, the market has witnessed a spike during the pandemic and this trend is expected to boost further. The presence of well-established key players like Allergan, Sinclair Pharma, and Galderma with a comprehensive injectable fillers portfolio treating a broad range of skin indications like wrinkles, pigmentation, plumping of lips, scars, restoring facial fullness as well as enhancing facial contours is expected to drive the demand for facial injectable procedures thereby boosting market revenue. Factors such as the increasing social media exposure, rising effectiveness, and approvals for facial injectables, and the escalating desire among the population to look aesthetically appealing and young are expected to drive the market growth during the forecast period.

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