If you caught our recent article on Top 10 Cosmetic Surgery Trends Phazing Out & Rising In Popularity in 2024, you might have noticed that one of the top trends continuing to rise in 2024 is regenerative aesthetics. Treatments that harness the body's natural regenerative processes, such as stem cell therapy or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments, are rising in popularity at an ever faster rate.
PRP Global Market Report
ResearchAndMarkets.com's report on the global PRP market size projects the market to reach $1.94 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 15.1% from 2023 to 2030. The growth of the industry is driven by an increasing number of cosmetic surgeries, the rise of national and international sporting events and expanded research in plasma-based therapies, according to the report, which also reports that R&D efforts and regulatory approvals for PRP treatments are significant factors propelling the market.
The report indicates that PRP is in high demand for treating sports injuries, orthopedic disorders and musculoskeletal conditions, offering faster healing through growth factors concentration. It is also extensively used in regenerative medicine, customizing treatment for each patient to accelerate wound healing and repair, and plastic surgery, providing promising results by leveraging the body's natural tissue repair process. The advantages of PRP include ease of use, cost-effectiveness using a patient's cells, and minimal risk of adverse reactions, although it requires multiple sessions and time.
PRP is commonly used in medical aesthetics for skin rejuvenation, pigmentation correction, acne scar treatment and skin tightening. It also supplements hair transplants, aiding in hair follicle formation and maintenance. Considering the significant presence PRP is beginning to have in medical aesthetics, are you interested in learning more about PRP therapy?
In our recent survey which asked, Do you want to learn more about PRP therapy? 86% of readers said yes and 14% said no.
Considering the significant presence PRP is beginning to have in medical aesthetics, staying current with the latest breakthrough PRP treatment innovations is paramount for aesthetic practitioners. Here are five informative MedEsthetics articles to help you do just that.
- The Growing Interest in Exosomes & Platelet-rich Plasma for Wound Healing
- The Growing Business of Non-Surgical Hair Restoration
- PRP/FM Options for Under-Eye Rejuvenation
- Platelet-rich Plasma Could be the Solution to Infertility
- Platelet-rich Plasma Can Treat Cicatricial Alopecia in Patients with Skin of Color
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