Tag: cosmetic

Cosmetics Retailers to Promote Environmentally Mindful Products

“The evolved beauty consumers of today are more informed, engaged and connected than ever before, reports Nielsen. To them, beauty and wellness are increasingly interchangeable concepts, resulting in a focus on holistic beauty.”

Over 24% of Americans Want at Least One Form of Invasive Cosmetic Surgery

Providing further evidence that medical aesthetic treatments are moving into the mainstream, a new survey conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of RealSelf reveals more than one in three adults (37%) in the U.S. are considering at least one cosmetic treatment in the next 12 months, including surgical ones (24%). The RealSelf Aesthetics Interest Survey also revealed four in five (80%) report there is at least one part of their body they would like to change, most notably the midsection (abdomen or back) (47%) and teeth (33%); and close to a quarter (24%) report they have had at least one cosmetic treatment in the past.

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.

91% of Cosmetic Surgery Patients Want Longer Lasting Dermal Fillers

SunevaMedical, Inc., parent company for Bellafill announces groundbreaking survey by The Harris Poll. Results reveal of the 9 million patients who have had dermal fillers, an estimated 8 million are experiencing filler fatigue. The findings called attention to this pharma phenomenon, with 58% of users noting frustration and hassle in scheduling regular appointments. More than two in three users also claimed that their fillers don’t last as long as they used to. By far, the top reason for not getting fillers as often as they would like is the cost of ongoing maintenance (56%).