Radiofrequency Device Market Prime for Growth

According to recent research conducted by ReportLinker, the global radiofrequency equipment market is expected to expand in the skincare arena. The skin treatment segment is forecast to encompass more than 30 percent of the global radiofrequency equipment industry. In the next ten years, the radiofrequency skincare devices are projected to top $225 million, which represents an annual growth rate of 16 percent. Such procedures include reconstruction, scar removal, non-surgical skin tightening, and facial repair and rejuvenation incorporating monopolar, bipolar, multipolar, and combination radiofrequency technologies. Increasing skin diseases and concerns, such as acne, contributes to the demand for radiofrequency equipment and treatments. Acne is the most common skin concern in the U.S., affecting more than 50 million people annually, and it often leads to permanent scarring. This scarring can be reversed with budget-friendly and effective radiofrequency treatments that boast quick visible results. Facial repair is one of the highest revenue generating sub-segments in the global radiofrequency equipment market.

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