Benson, Leslie
September 2008
Skin, Inc.;Sep2008, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p84
A reprint of the article "Derm Devices," which appeared in the April 2008 issue of "Global Cosmetic Industry (GCI)" magazine is presented. It reports the increase in the number of users who prefer handheld dermatological devices over surgeries and treatments. About 90 million Americans are using anti-aging products in 2008, according to Tera Hawkins of Carol Cole Co. By 2010, she predicts that the world market for anti-aging products will reach $15.8 billion. According to the article, men are also getting interested in using such devices at home.


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