Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Although the recession led to reduced spending on industry services due to high unemployment and low disposable incomes, demand is forecast to pick up as the economy recovers. Industry growth will be driven by improving disposable income, an aging population and an increasing emphasis on outward appearance. Many major operators will seek to expand internationally and launch new brands, products and services. At the same time, they will continue to experience competition from substitutes, such as surgical procedures, pharmaceuticals, herbal remedies and lotions... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
Hair loss centers and hair removal salons provide a few different treatment methods for consumers to choose from. In this industry, all methods are nonsurgical procedures that vary from laser removal, topical creams or ointments to real hair replacement.
Temporary hair removal
Temporary hair removal services are expected to account for 45.0% of industry revenue in 2015. This category includes epilation services such as waxing, sugaring, tweezing and threading. This segment also includes the use of topical depilatories such as creams and gels intended to remove unwanted hair. Services in this segment are usually performed on a semi-regular basis, as unwanted hair grows back over time... purchase to read more