Increasing demand for aesthetic correction and the rising influence of social media, are expected to play a pivotal role in driving the growth of dermal fillers market

According to the deep-dive market assessment study conducted by Growth Plus Reports, the global dermal fillers market was pegged at ~US$ 4.98 billion in 2021. The global dermal fillers market is expected to witness a CAGR of ~7.1% from 2022 to 2030. 

Dermal filler procedures are performed for enhancing physical appearance, and age-related dermatological issues. Dermal fillers are used for wrinkles reduction, facial line correction, restoring volume in the face, smile fixation, and scar treatment. Increasing demand for aesthetic correction, the rising influence of social media, and growing disposable incomes are contributing to the global dermal fillers market growth. Additionally, the increasing geriatric population’s obsession with a youthful appearance, high research and development in dermatological fillers, technological advancements, the introduction of novel fillers, and innovations are driving the market growth.

As we age, the skin starts to lose collagen which is responsible for skin elasticity and provides structure and strength to the skin. Dermal filler reduces facial lines & wrinkles, stimulates regeneration of skin cells, and also provides nourishment to keep the skin hydrated and give youthful look. According to the World Health Organization, in 2019, nearly 1 billion people aged above 60 years and by 2050 it is expected that number will grow to nearly 2.1 billion. The growing number of aging people is expected to increase the demand for anti-aging dermal filler, which in turn is anticipated to boost the growth of the market during the forecast period.

Dermal fillers are segmented as permanent fillers, and temporary & semi-permanent fillers. Temporary and semipermanent dermal fillers are leading the market owing to greater affordability, less time required for procedures, and reduced discomfort & downtime. Temporary dermal fillers are bioresorbable and remain effective for six months to one year. Additionally, they are easily removable if the patients do not like the outcome. Semi-permanent fillers are more viscous and common semipermanent fillers is poly-L-lactic acid. Some common temporary fillers are collagen-based fillers, hyaluronic acid-based fillers, and calcium hydroxyapatite fillers fat fillers, polymethyl methacrylate, and others. Hyaluronic acid holds the largest market share, attributed to its biodegradable nature, affordability, and high use in cosmetic products manufacturing. Hyaluronic acid also stimulates the regeneration of skin cells, keeps skin hydrated, and repairs discoloration. Additionally, ease of application, low cost as compared with other fillers, and introduction of novel dermal fillers products are also contributing to the growth of the hyaluronic acid market. Moreover, the future for hyaluronic acid dermal fillers is quite promising credited to continuous research & development and emerging biotechnology.

As per the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, around 1.4 million surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures have been performed in 2020 in the U.S. Surgical procedures like facelift, blepharoplasty, and rhinoplasty are the most common aesthetic procedures, yet the demand for non-surgical treatments has been exponentially increasing. Approximately 79% of patients get cosmetic procedures done to enhance their appearance for general aesthetic purposes, or ambition to become celebrities on social media.

However, the high cost of cosmetic procedures and little or no reimbursement policies, and increased awareness about body positivity are restricting the market growth. According to, The Aesthetic Society (a group of advanced board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeons), in 2021, cosmetic surgical procedures in the United States increased by 54%, and non-surgical cosmetic procedures increased by 44%. The cost of cosmetic surgical procedures increased by 6%, and the cost of non-surgical cosmetic procedures increased by 1% as compared to 2020. Other challenges to this market include negligible government support, fewer innovative products, risk of undesirable or unpredictable results, allergic reactions, high cost of dermal fillers, and high cost of research & development.

North America dominated the global dermal fillers market, followed by the Asia Pacific. The large share of North America in the global market can be attributed to more awareness and interest in personal aesthetics, high disposable incomes, wide availability of dermal filler products, and greater awareness about the availability of skilled cosmetic surgeons. The number of medical spas and dermatology centers has been consistently growing in North America. The outreach of these centers is further augmented through the proliferation of marketing initiatives through social media. Followed by the Asia Pacific is also expected to show exponential growth owing to developing infrastructure, large population, increasing awareness about healthcare, and emerging biotechnology & pharmaceutical market. Additionally, increased penetration of social media, growing regional market players, untapped opportunities, and growing disposable incomes are contributing to the global dermal fillers market.

Some of the prominent players operating in the global dermal fillers market are Galderma S.A., Sinclair Pharma Ltd, BIOXIS pharmaceuticals, SCULPT Luxury Dermal Fillers Ltd., Koru Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd., Dr. Korman Laboratories, Prollenium Medical Technologies Inc., Suneva Medical, BIOPLUS CO., LTD., Anika Therapeutics, Inc., ALLERGAN (AbbVie, Inc.), Revance Therapeutics, Inc., and Merz GmbH & Co. KGaA.

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