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Medical Aesthetics Market Study Reveals Growth Factors and Competitive Outlook for Future

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Global Medical Aesthetics Market is valued approximately USD 9.42 billion in 2017 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 10.6% over the forecast period 2018-2025. The growing adoption of noninvasive and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures, increasing public awareness about cosmetic procedures and the availability of technologically advanced & user-friendly products are some major trends that are responsible for the wide adoption of Medical Aesthetics globally.

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Global medical aesthetics market is majorly driven by growing adoption of noninvasive and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures globally. As per the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Survey (ISAPS) in 2017, Japan ranked 3th in list of countries for cosmetic procedures list and approx. 1,137,976 procedures (surgical & non-surgical) procedures were performed in 2017 which accounted for 4.8 % of world-wide percentage of total number of cosmetic procedures. In addition, the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic surgery estimates that, laser tattoo removal accounted for 14,124 procedures, Hair removal accounted for 166,254 procedure and photo rejuvenation accounted for 154,770. Similarly, according to International Society of Aesthetic Plastic surgery, Italy aesthetic non-surgical procedures has been on the constant rise & is one of the leading countries in the European Union. According to International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the aesthetic non- surgical procedures accounted for 502,469 cases in the year 2016 in Italy. According to International Society of Aesthetic Plastic surgery, the Botulinum toxin accounted for 234,294 procedures, Hyaluronic acid accounted for 250,648 procedures, and

Calcium Hydroxyapatite accounted for 4317 procedures and Poly-L-Lactic acid accounted for 3009 procedures. Thus, rising number of aesthetic procedures shows high adoption of aesthetic laser procedure thereby, supplementing the growth of the medical aesthetics market over the forecast period. However, complications and clinical risks associated with medical aesthetic procedures is a major factor that impede the growth of the medical aesthetics market over the forecast period.

On the basis of segmentation, the medical aesthetics market is segmented into product and end-user. The product segment of global medical aesthetics market is classified into facial aesthetic products, body contouring devices, cosmetic implants, physician-dispensed cosmeceuticals and skin lighteners, skin aesthetic devices, physician-dispensed eyelash products, hair removal devices, tattoo removal devices, thread lift products and nail treatment laser devices of which facial aesthetic products holds the largest share due to increasing consumer spending levels and increasing demand for facial aesthetic treatments. The end-user segment includes clinics, hospitals, and medical S.P.A.S, beauty centers and home care settings of which includes clinics, hospitals, and medical S.P.A.S accounted for the largest market share owing to the high availability of financial and infrastructural resources with hospitals and clinics including the advanced devices to perform aesthetic procedures.

The regional analysis of Medical Aesthetics Market is considered for the key regions such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and ROW. North America have occupied major share in the global medical aesthetics market. The major reasons for the dominance of North America are increasing trend of minimally invasive technology along with the high rate of adoption in this region. Whereas, Asia-Pacific is expected to emerge as the fastest growing region in terms of market share. The growth of Asia-Pacific is witnessed owing to growing awareness about aesthetic, growing consumer knowledge and interest along with the rising medical tourism.

The leading market players mainly include-

*Allergan
*Alma Lasers, Ltd.
*Anika Therapeutics, Inc.
*Cutera, Inc.
*Cynosure (A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Hologic, Inc.)
*Johnson & Johnson
*Merz Aesthetics, Inc
*Medytox, Inc.
*Sientra, Inc.
*Sinclair Pharma PLC

The objective of the study is to define market sizes of different segments & countries in recent years and to forecast the values to the coming eight years. The report is designed to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry within each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also caters the detailed information about the crucial aspects such as driving factors & challenges which will define the future growth of the market. Additionally, the report shall also incorporate available opportunities in micro markets for stakeholders to invest along with the detailed analysis of competitive landscape and product offerings of key players.

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The detailed segments and sub-segment of the market are explained below:
By Product:
*Facial Aesthetic Products
o Botulinum Toxin
o Dermal Fillers
o Chemical Peels
o Microdermabrasion Devices
*Body Contouring Devices
o Nonsurgical Fat Reduction Devices
o Cellulite Reduction Devices
o Liposuction Devices
*Cosmetic Implants
o Breast Implants
o Facial Implants
o Other Cosmetic Implants
*Physician-Dispensed Cosmeceuticals and Skin Lighteners
*Skin Aesthetic Devices
o Laser Skin Resurfacing Devices
o Nonsurgical Skin Tightening Devices
o Micro-Needling Products
o Light Therapy Devices

*Physician-Dispensed Eyelash Products
*Hair Removal Devices
o Laser Hair Removal Devices
o IPL Hair Removal Devices
*Tattoo Removal Devices
*Thread Lift Products
*Nail Treatment Laser Devices

By End-user:
*Clinics, Hospitals, and Medical S.P.A.s
*Beauty Centres
*Home Care Settings

By Regions:
*North America
o U.S.
o Canada
*Europe
o UK
o Germany
o ROE
*Asia Pacific
o China
o India
o Japan
o ROAPEC
*LAMEA
o Brazil
o Mexico
*ROW
o Middle East & Africa

Furthermore, years considered for the study are as follows:

Historical year – 2015, 2016
Base year – 2017
Forecast period – 2018 to 2025

Target Audience of the Global Medical Aesthetics Market in Market Study:

*Key Consulting Companies & Advisors
*Large, medium-sized, and small enterprises
*Venture capitalists
*Value-Added Resellers (VARs)
*Third-party knowledge providers
*Investment bankers
*Investors

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4 Tips to Create a Healthy Living Space

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You will spend a lot of amount of time in their homes, so it is essential to create a living space that will promote good health and wellbeing. Luckily, there are dozens of ways to detoxify your home environment and create a space that is safe and comfortable. With this in mind, here are four tips for creating a healthy living space: 

1. Maintain a hygienic home

One of the simplest ways to create a healthy home is by keeping your living space clean and hygienic. If you don’t clean your home regularly, then dirt and bacteria will build-up, and this can contribute to various health issues. You can keep your living environment hygienic by following a regular cleaning schedule that includes disinfecting worktops and hoovering to remove dust and dirt. You should also encourage your family to follow good hygiene practices such as washing their hands after using the bathroom and cleaning dirty dishes straight after meals. You can place essential oil hand sanitizer around your home to help kill germs and prevent the spread of illnesses such as the common cold.

2. Use natural cleaning products 

Most store-bought cleaning products contain huge numbers of harsh chemicals that can be damaging to your health and the environment. Fortunately, you can effortlessly make your own natural cleaning products with the help of a few everyday household items. For example, according to experts at positivehealth.com, you can use vinegar in water as an alternative to glass cleaner and baking soda with water as an alternative to oven cleaner. Creating your own cleaning products is much more environmentally friendly, and you won’t risk your family being exposed to potentially harmful toxins. It should also work out far cheaper than purchasing man-made cleaning products. 

3. Keep your household items organized

A cluttered or disorganized living space can create feelings of stress and make it more challenging to complete your household tasks. You should make the effort to keep your living space organized by keeping items stored away when they are not in use. You can easily create additional storage space by purchasing extra storage units. You should also consider having a big clear out and getting rid of any household items you no longer need. There are many different articles offering advice and tips on how to declutter your home and create an organized living space. 

4. Create a dedicated workspace

Advancements in technology mean that large numbers of people now work from home and complete their work tasks remotely. Despite this, many people don’t have a dedicated workspace within their homes. Working from bed or while sitting on the sofa can be harmful to your health and cause problems such as back and neck pain. It can also affect your productivity and make it more challenging to separate your work and personal life. With that in mind, people working from home should create a dedicated workspace that offers quality work equipment such as a desk and ergonomic chair. 

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4 Ways to Combine Sports Nutrition with Exercise

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Whether you’re trying to build muscle, lose weight, just be more active or anything in between, finding the balance between diet and exercise is critical. Doing one without the other is useful and a step in the right direction but without combining the two you are unlikely to see the results you want.

Sports nutrition comes in the form of food, drink and supplements. Knowing what to have and when, along with your exercise, is vital to reaching your goals. It is, of course, important to remember that everybody’s body is different, and needs do differ, so there is no one size fits all answer to your required regime.

Muscle building

If you’re looking to build muscle, then protein is the ideal dietary supplement. Protein is what supplies your muscles with essential amino acids that build new tissue, promoting muscle growth. 

There are a number of ways you could introduce more protein to your diet. For example, you could eat more cheese and eggs, as well as carefully looking at what type of meat you consume. High in protein foods that are suitable for vegetarians and vegans are lentils, chickpeas, tofu and almonds amongst many others.

You could also consider consuming bulking protein in shake form, of which there are various flavors. 

Increasing metabolism

Some studies have shown that consuming bee pollen, for instance, can increase your metabolism. Increasing protein intake, drinking more cold water and green tea and eating spicy food are also thought to have this capability.

If it works for you, then finding a way to increase your metabolism can help with weight loss. It isn’t alone in what counts, of course, but it can be effective as your metabolism is your body’s process of making and burning energy from food.

Increasing energy

Eating and drinking products that increase your energy will help you be able to exercise more effectively and for longer. Complex carbohydrates are your usual source of energy, so eating whole-wheat pasta, whole-grain cereals, beans and lentils are all natural ways to boost your workout. 

If you prefer to eat energy bars or use energy gel, then you could obtain them through an online chemist with cheap deals, such as www.chemistdirect.com.au, and have them delivered to your home. 

Rehydration 

During your exercise and once you have finished you should focus on rehydration. You lose fluids while exercising through your sweat and it is important to replace this by drinking enough. One key element that must be restored is your electrolyte – minerals in your body with an electric charge, which help your body perform at its maximum – balance, which can be achieved through drinking the right types of liquid.

To help achieve this, you could use sachets or solutions in water or drink high electrolyte content sports drinks.

Finding the food, drink and products that are right for your body will help you perform to your potential and build the muscle or lose the weight you are looking to. Consulting an expert in diet and exercise is recommended if planning on changing anything too radically. 

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3 Types of Common Medical Negligence Claims that Require a Solicitor

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Getting good healthcare is something that no one should have to worry about. One should be able to explicitly trust the physicians and healthcare professionals that they are in the care of and expect to receive a high standard of treatment. 

Unfortunately, though, there are a number of circumstances wherein the occurrence of human error results in a medical negligence case against a healthcare professional. When such situations arise, it is best to enlist the services of a qualified solicitor who has experience in dealing with similar cases.

Here are three of the more common types of medical negligence claims for which you should secure the assistance of a qualified solicitor.

1. Birth Injury

The process of bringing a baby into this world is a complex one. At times, it can also be risky, particularly if you have a pre-existing condition that might cause further complications to arise. At such a volatile and transitional point in your life, the last thing you want to deal with is the occurrence of a birth related injury. 

However, such injuries do happen, and when they do you want to ensure that you have the right solicitor on your side. Solicitors like Diane Rostron have years of experience dealing with such cases and are certainly worth your consideration when you are looking for someone to help you navigate this tricky and legally complex claim.

2. Misdiagnosis

One of the most basic things that physicians are expected to be able to do is present a patient with an accurate and reliable diagnosis. The wrong diagnosis can result in a patient receiving the wrong type of treatment or, worse, no treatment at all. Misdiagnosis claims are more common than one would like to think, with one in six NHS patients reportedly receiving the wrong diagnosis.

While the reasons for a misdiagnosis can depend upon a wide range of factors, the bottom line is that no one should have to suffer the consequences of a misdiagnosis — which can be extreme. Tackling a claim of this nature can be difficult, so make sure the solicitor you use has enough experience with these types of cases.

3. Surgical Negligence

Having to undergo a surgical procedure is not something that most people look forward to. Many experience severe feelings of anxiety when faced with the necessity of having surgery, anxiety that can lead to further mental health issues. The last thing that someone preparing for surgery should have to worry about is the possibility of negligence on the part of the physician.

While it isn’t likely that you will face issues resulting from negligence in your surgery, it is good to know how to find help should the situation arise. Common surgical negligence cases have to do with the wrong procedure being done or the onset of an infection after surgery, resulting from poor hygiene practices. Because the types of surgical negligence cases vary, you should find a solicitor to handle your claim who has specific experience with your type of case. 

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