Enquiries for non-surgical facelift treatments rise

06 Jan 2017

Private healthcare search engine WhatClinic.com has collated data indicating that enquiries for non-surgical facelift treatments increased by up to 91% in the last quarter of 2016.

The company’s insights are based on more than 584,000 visits to its medical aesthetics pages during 2016, with more than 63,525 online enquiries sent by UK patients to clinics on the site. 

he rapid increase in enquires during the last few months of 2016 could be an indicator of the treatments’ popularity in 2017, according to WhatClinic. Non-surgical facelift treatments are said to include everything from thread lifts to chemical peels, fillers and energy device procedures. 

Other trends predicted for 2017 according to the company include platelet rich plasma treatments, which saw an increase of enquiries by 28% in 2016 and deep chemical peels (25%).

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  • Laetitia Poulenard 10 Jan 2017 / 4:07 PM

    I totally agree with these forecasts.