Headlines have been filled with reports that the last year has marked a significant increase in the number of people interested in cosmetic work.
And now a brand new report has revealed the trends after analysing Google searches, news stories and consumer surveys.
Called Beautified Britain Index: The Skin Report, it was put together by Dr Yusra Al-Mukhtar, dental surgeon and a medical aesthetic clinician.
Google search data reveals:
- 50% increase in the search for 'tweakments'
- 50% increase in the search for 'aesthetic treatments'
- 309% increase in searches for 'skin care'
- 89% increase in searches for 'best skin care'
Owner of Dr Yusra Clinic, based in both London and Liverpool, Dr Yusra also lists the top 10 hottest skin trends right now.
- Tweakments time
- Zoom Boom
- Resting stress face
- Desperately seeking glow
- The end of Instagram face
- No make-up selfies
- Hybrid treatment models
- Tech as the new skincare frontier
- Skin-psyche connection
Research by Uvence has also suggested that more than six million people in the UK believe stress related to COVID-19-had caused them to visibly age by at least five years.
The rise in interest coincides with the prediction that the UK non-surgical market will be worth around £3 billion by 2024.
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