Tag: appearance

16% of Americans Rely on Their Hair Stylist to Learn More about Beauty

"Accord­ing to a recent online sur­vey con­duct­ed by Ipsos on behalf of Aller­gan, which inter­viewed adults who are open to going to a pro­fes­sion­al to improve their appear­ance, 92% say that look­ing their best is impor­tant for dai­ly activ­i­ties (e.g career, school, vol­un­teer­ing, errands) and most fur­ther believe that the way they look (84%) and the way their body looks (81%) con­tribute to how suc­cess­ful they can be in all aspects of their lives. Near­ly nine in ten also say that look­ing fit and healthy, and being on trend with fash­ion and beau­ty con­tributes to their con­fi­dence (86%)."

76% of Teens Are Purchasing Lipstick

Puck­er up! When it comes to cos­met­ics, QVC, home to more than 300 beau­ty brands, knows a thing or two about what women want. In cel­e­bra­tion of Nation­al Lip­stick Day on July 29, the multi-platform retail­er sur­veyed over 500 female cus­tomers to learn more about their lip­stick habits and pref­er­ences.

85% Of Women Worry Their Hands Look Too Old

Nestlé Skin Health announced today results of the 'Face Your Hands' sur­vey show­ing the major­i­ty (78%) of women ages 40 and old­er wish they could change the way their hands look. Addi­tion­al­ly, 60% report­ed they have actu­al­ly tak­en steps to hide their hands because they are self-conscious about the way their hands look, and near­ly 2 in 3 (63%) women are inter­est­ed in hav­ing a non-surgical cos­met­ic pro­ce­dure or treat­ment to improve the appear­ance of their hands.

94 Million People Researched Cosmetic Treatments Last Year

A record 94 mil­lion peo­ple vis­it­ed Real­Self, the world's lead­ing online cos­met­ic treat­ments mar­ket­place, to research elec­tive cos­met­ic treat­ments in 2017, and laser and ener­gy tech­nolo­gies have played a cru­cial role in the over­all growth of med­ical aes­thet­ics. Inter­est in laser and ener­gy device treat­ments on Real­Self grew 10.5% in 2017, and five of the top 10 most researched min­i­mal­ly inva­sive cat­e­gories on Real­Self last year includ­ed treat­ments using a laser or ener­gy device.