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%).