Facial treatment devices are an essential component of medical aesthetics, a global market forecasted to surpass $17 billion by 2023.1 Discover how Venus Concept’s diverse range of facial treatments and devices can help you keep up with this rapid growth.
The global aesthetic market is clearly marked by a high demand for facial treatments.
The numbers say it all:
TriBella is the most complete aesthetic facial therapy, exclusively from Venus Versa™, using three applicators with distinct modes of action to simultaneously enhance tone, tightness, and texture.
Anti-aging wrinkle reduction treatment
Skin resurfacing treatment
The results speak for themselves. All of the before-and-after photos for our facial aesthetic treatments are from certified Venus Concept providers showcasing real patient results. Images are never edited or altered.
Venus Concept’s facial devices and equipment are designed to enable you as a treatment provider to deliver the noticeable, but natural-looking results patients want. From non-invasive photorejuvenation, wrinkle reduction, and acne treatments to minimally invasive ablative skin resurfacing for all skin types, all facial treatments settings can be customized to cater to each patient’s unique skin care needs.
Powerful skin care essentials with a range of highly active ingredients, including growth factors from stem cells. Venus Skin™ products are clinically proven to deliver visible results and have been formulated to complement Venus Concept treatments.
1. MarketsandMarkets™. (2018). Medical Aesthetics Market Worth $17.07 Billion by 2023 [Press release]. Retrieved from
2. 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
3. RealSelf. (2018). RealSelf Aesthetics Interest Survey. Retrieved from
4. 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