The survey of 2006 UK adults also said that 1 in 5 women in the UK have dermal fillers and nearly 40% of those aged 25-44 would have aesthetic treatment if their partner wanted them to.
Results of a survey have shown surprising numbers of UK adults would consider having cosmetic treatments to benefit their careers.
Statistics indicated that nearly 1 in 3 UK adults would have aesthetic treatment for a change in job or career.
This demonstrates that despite an ‘ageing population’, many people still equate success with youthfulness and appearances.
Source: Intraline Medical Aesthetics Survey Opinion Matters. Attitudes to Aesthetic Treatments (2015). Sample size: 2006 UK adults aged 25 and over
Non-surgical treatments are certainly a popular option now and widely accepted in the mainstream.
Procedures such as dermal fillers or Botox injections can be used both to rejuvenate the facial features and also to improve the aesthetics for a more attractive look.
Overdone treatments are out and tend to be viewed somewhat negatively.
However, leading doctors such as Dr Barbara Kubicka at Clinicbe advocate the use of natural-looking treatments which are no less effective but more flattering for both women and men.
Dr Barbara Kubicka is founder, director and doctor at Clinicbe® in London.
Clinicbe has a comprehensive range of skin treatments including cosmetology facials, injections and the latest treatments such as pain-free mesotherapy and PRP fillers. The clinic is based in the Knightsbridge area, easily accessible from and popular with those living or working in Chelsea and Mayfair.
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