Indonesia Medical Aesthetics Market Report 2023-2028

PRNewswire have posted details of the “Indonesia Medical Aesthetics Market – Focused Insights 2023-2028” report, which offers market size and forecast data for the medical aesthetics market in Indonesia.

The revenue generated from the sale of body contouring devices, laser and energy-based devices, cosmetic implants, derma fillers, neuromodulators, microneedling and chemical peel, microdermabrasion, breast implants, facial implants botulinum toxins injections, thread lifts and skin lighteners are included in the report.

Procedural costs, consultation and physician/ surgeon/ aesthetics fees, travelling and other charges are excluded from the scope of the report. This report provides a comprehensive and current market scenario of the Indonesia medical aesthetics market, including the Indonesia medical aesthetics market size, anticipated market forecast, relevant market segmentations, and industry trends.

The study considers a detailed scenario of the present medical aesthetics market and its market dynamics for 2023 to 2028 in Indonesia. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent players operating in the market.

Such minimally invasive medical aesthetic procedures include chemical peels, permanent hair removal, skin-lightening procedures, anti-aging procedures such as botulinum toxin injections and dermal fillers, small machine-based procedures, and a few laser-based treatments.


  • The Indonesia medical aesthetics market was valued at USD 234.11-million in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 450.23-million in 2028, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.52-percent, during the study period.
  • In 2022, Indonesia accounted for a significant share of 4.10-percent in the APAC medical aesthetics market, which is due to awareness of aesthetics among patients, advanced cosmetic procedures, presence of global players, and government support.
  • People in the 35-40 year old age group segment accounted for the highest share of more than 43-percent in the Indonesia medical aesthetics market due to their high consumption and high average spending levels.
  • Based on product type, the skin aesthetics and body contouring type segment accounted for a 44.78-percent market share in the Indonesia medical aesthetics market followed by facial aesthetics with 20.53-percent, followed by cosmetic implants with 14.93-percent, then others with 11.14-percent and hair removal devices with 8.62-percent.
  • The hospitals and clinics segment dominates the end-user segment and accounts for a 58.34-percent in Indonesia’s medical aesthetics market share, which is due to the availability of expertise and state of the art technology innovations with solutions are the major factors that drive major sales through hospitals and clinics.
  • Rapid progress in application of platelet rich plasma (PRP) in medical aesthetics has become more popular in recent in years. PRP has catapulted into the aesthetic dermatology space for different uses, such as hair restoration, scars, striae, and wound healing, as well as an adjunct to several types of microcolumn treatments, including fractional (ablative and nonablative laser, bipolar radiofrequency, and microneedling) treatments.
  • Lumenis, Cynosure, Candela, Alma and Evolus are the leading players in the Indonesia medical aesthetics market. The market offers tremendous growth opportunities for existing and future/emerging players because of the awareness of aesthetics among patients and advanced cosmetic procedures.

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