Millennials appear to be driving the UK’s interest in aesthetic procedures, according to a new survey of 1,030 UK adults over the age of 18.
Aesthetic practitioners have been invited to attend two events held at the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) in April and May.
Data released by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) today suggests the number of women who opted for facelifts in 2017 declined by 44%.
Private healthcare search engine WhatClinic.com has released data indicating that enquiries for men seeking cosmetic surgery treatments have increased significantly over the past year.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has released its annual data on the amount of cosmetic procedures that took place in the UK last year.
The annual audit released by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) suggests a ‘record number’ of Britons underwent cosmetic surgery in 2015.
Infographic courtesy of www.mybreast.org The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), has announced that the demand for cosmetic surgeries has dropped by 9% since 2013. According to BAAPS, the top ten surgical procedures performed on both men and women in 2014 totaled 45,406, compared to 50,122 in 2013, and their order of popularity has shifted for the first time in five years. Although breast augmentation procedures remain the most popular cosmetic surgery choice in the UK, demand for the procedures dropped by 23% in 2014. Breast reduction surgery, however, increased by 3% in women and 1% overall. Rhinoplasty procedures fell dramatically from 2013 with 24% less people opting for the surgery in 2014, whilst abdominoplasty procedures declined by 20% overall.
The economy may be shrinking but so are waistlines around the UK, in particular male ones.
The economy may be shrinking but so are waistlines around the UK, in particular male ones. In spite of a climate of financial austerity and a burgeoning breast implant scandal over the last year, Britons have clearly not lost faith in the benefits of cosmetic surgery. Audit figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons reveal that the number of procedures continued to increase steadily by nearly 6% on average (similar rise to 2009 and 2010) and rather unusually, not even one individual procedure decreased in popularity.
The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) has released the results of the second International Study of Aesthetic/Cosmetic Surgery Procedures.