Dermatology is a common symptom of lupus or systemic lupus erythematosus. Rashes are the first visible indication of skin disease. There are mainly three types of lupus which includes Acute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus (ACLE), Discoid Lupus Erythematosus (DLE) and Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus (SCLE), that causes rashes in skin. Skin problems are usually the most common diseases occurring in the tropical areas. Scabies, superficial mycoses, pyoderma, pediculosis, eczema or dermatitis, HIV-related Dermatology, pigmentary anomalies, and acne are some of the common Dermatology arising across the world. Laser therapies, surgical therapies, physical therapies and systemic therapies are some of the major treatments for Dermatology. Changing food habits, lower immunity, deficiency of nutrients and increase in stress has resulted in increasing rate of Dermatology among individuals. Fungal infections such as dermatophytosis or ringworm affect the skin at an alarming rate and are common in all environments. Rise in aging population increases the generality of Dermatology and thereby, also increases the market growth of Dermatology medications. Large number of patients, particularly children suffering from various skin infections, creates a high demand and huge growth opportunity for Dermatology medications market during the projection period of 2017-2025. Additionally, North-America grasps the largest market share of Dermatology medications, followed by Europe and then Asia-Pacific. Increasing cases of Dermatology and rising awareness among individuals to prevent such diseases, boost the market growth in North-America.
Increasing skin related diseases among people around the world drives the growth of this market. Moreover, product innovation made by the leading manufacturing companies also makes the market demanding. New treatment devices and methods prevailing in the market to prevent Dermatology also makes the Dermatology solution market demanding over the forecasted period. Further down, high prevalence of skin cancer and various other skin disorders around the world is assumed to rise the number of patients who will increase the demand of Dermatology medications and solutions market over the next eight years.
The Dermatology medicationsand solutions market mentioned in the report is segmented by type of disease which includes acne, allergic Dermatology, rashes, dermatitis, actinic keratosis and others.Moreover, theDermatologymedications and solutions market in report is segmented byproduct type which includes ointments, antihistamines, antibiotics and laser therapy. Additionally, on the basis of distribution channel, the market has been segmented as hypermarkets/ supermarkets, pharmaceutical stores and online market.Further down, the Dermatologymedications and solutions markethas been segmented by end-use which includes skincare clinics, dermatology clinics and hospitals.The globalDermatology medicationsand solutions market has been moreover segmented geographically into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa and Latin America.
Product developmentand huge expenditurein the research and development sector by leading vendors has made the market more demanding in recent years. Rise is number of skincare clinics and hospitals in countries like Thailand, Malaysia, and India, also creates a positive impact on the growth of the market. However, high cost of medications is one of the major factor which is expected to affect the market growth of Dermatology medications and solutions market in near future.
Some of the major players in the global Dermatology medicationsand solutions marketincludeCelgene Corporation, Galderma S.A., Pfizer Inc., GlaxoSmithKline Limited and few more.
Global Dermatology Medications and Solutions Market: By Type of Diseases
Global Dermatology Medications and Solutions Market: By Distribution Channel
Global Dermatology medications and solutions Market: By End-Use
Global Dermatology Medications and Solutions Market: By Product Type
Global Dermatology Medications and Solutions Market: By Geography