With 4 in 5 Americans admitting they want to change at least one part of their body, most notably the midsection1, the potential for success with aesthetic body treatments is significant, to say the least. Discover our full collection of medical body treatment devices to help you meet the growing demand.
It is crucial for providers to invest in a broad range of aesthetic body treatment technology to address the needs of today’s patients. From fat reduction to skin tightening and everything in between, body aesthetic procedures consistently top the list, year after year, of the most in-demand treatments among consumers. By equipping your business with our body treatment equipment, your practice will be well positioned to take advantage of a growing market segment.
The results speak for themselves. All of the before-and-after photos for our aesthetic body treatments are from certified Venus Concept providers showcasing real patient results. Images are never edited or altered.
Venus Concept offers a variety of aesthetic body treatment devices that are designed to deliver today’s most in-demand non-invasive procedures, including versatile multi-treatment platforms that enable your clinic to provide more comprehensive body treatment plans. Depending on which device you choose, treatments can include circumferential reduction, cellulite reduction, stretch mark reduction, and more.
1. RealSelf. (2018). RealSelf Aesthetics Interest Survey. Retrieved from https://brandfolder.com/s/plg6ve-b2u2fk-11upqw
2. American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. (2018). 2018 Cosmetic (Aesthetic) Surgery National Data Bank Statistics. Retrieved from https://www.surgery.org/sites/default/files/ASAPS-Stats2018_0.pdf
3. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. (2018). 2018 ASDS Consumer Survey on Cosmetic Dermatologic Procedures. Retrieved from https://www.asds.net/Portals/0/PDF/consumer-survey-2018-infographic.pdf
4. American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. (2017). 2017 Cosmetic Surgery National Data Bank Statistics. Retrieved from https://www.surgery.org/sites/default/files/ASAPS-Stats2017.pdf