1 in 4 would now consider aesthetic treatments for skin boost


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. 

  1. Tweakments time
  2. Zoom Boom
  3. Resting stress face
  4. Desperately seeking glow
  5. The end of Instagram face
  6. No make-up selfies
  7. Hybrid treatment models
  8. Tech as the new skincare frontier
  9. Skinimalism
  10. 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.

You can read the full report here.

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