“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%).”
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.
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.
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.