Data collected by WhatClinic.com has highlighted concern over clinic processes to curtail teenage demand for aesthetic treatment.
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Financial services company SunLife has conducted a study which suggests that there is an increasing amount of Britons over the age of 50 feeling under pressure to stay looking young.
A recent poll of 1,033 UK women aged between 18 and 30 has highlighted patient perceptions of non-surgical and surgical cosmetic treatments.
Eight is the average number of years British people would like to shave off their looks. The optimum age that Brits step up their beauty regime is 32 and the top three triggers for this are the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, having more disposable income and a photograph of themselves looking old. The interesting facts are revealed in a newly published survey, which saw 10,000 women and men questioned across the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The Beneath the Skin of Beauty report, funded by Allergan and published in July 2011, reveals how they felt about beauty and the ageing process. Those surveyed were aged between 20 and 60. The survey results highlight a number of similarities across gender and cultural divides, but also some marked differences - reaffirming a few age old preconceptions and also revealing a few surprises. Highlights of the UK survey included the fact that 48% of British women said stress has the most detrimental effect on looks and a third blamed bad eating habits or dieting. Over half of those British men and women who have had injectable treatments for facial lines and wrinkles would now choose to have them earlier.
The majority of women over the age of 30 who live in Surrey and the South East believe stress and anxiety has aged them more than other lifestyle factors, according to a recent poll.
To mark the launch of its new non-surgical permanent fat reduction procedure, Liposonix Gen II, Solta Medical sponsored a survey entitled, ‘The State of Love Handles in America’ to quantify the extent of the desire to lose fat in the waist area. The nationwide survey of more than 1,000 women revealed that for 62% of women the part of their body they are most uncomfortable with is their tummy/love handles. A surprising 45% said they would give up sex for one year just to lose an inch, 66% would give up chocolate and 75% would give up clothes shopping.
A survey conducted by laser manufacturer Cynosure has suggested that the majority of consumers are eager to resume treatments after lockdown, with 85% of global respondents indicating they plan to return to aesthetic treatments within 12 months of restrictions being lifted, and 63% saying they would be willing to return to practices within three months of restrictions being lifted.
A global survey of more than 8,300 patients from 31 countries has indicated that 57% of patients have not achieved clear skin after treatment.
Data released by The Safety in Beauty Campaign has revealed that enquiries, concerns and complaints relating to domestic abuse has fuelled a rise in demand for aesthetic procedures.