According to a telephone survey conducted by researchers at Feed-back.com, botulinum toxin Type A, dermal fillers, and laser hair/skin treatments are the most profitable aesthetic services performed at medical spas. Approximately 1,000 facilities were contacted, with roughly similar numbers of each type of practice.
The survey reports that among dermatology practices, botulinum toxin Type A and chemical peels are the most profitable, followed by dermabrasion/microdermabrasion. Preliminary surveys conducted to date with plastic surgery practices place chemical peels as the most profitable service, followed by laser treatments.
Feed-back.com’s "Medical Spa Market Review" report provides a detailed analysis of the survey findings on procedures, product sales, and services. Revised revenues and growth rates are projected from 2007 through 2010.
Feed-back.com’s "Medical Retail Markets" report is updated with dermatology and plastic surgery survey findings that identify profitable aesthetic procedures and skin care products, business growth, and income ranges. Revenues and growth rates are projected from 2007 through 2010.
For more information, visit www.feed-back.com.
[www.pr-inside.com, December 4, 2007]