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Face and neck lifts are amongst the various cosmetic surgery procedures currently experiencing a fall in popularity as people explore non-permanent ways to prevent skin ageing.
Data released by British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) revealed that the number of cosmetic operations fell by 40 per cent last year, whilst the number of face and neck lifts dropped dramatically by 53 per cent. For the first time in almost a decade of growth, the total number of cosmetic surgeries dipped below 31,000, 5 percent less than in 2007.
Laurence Newman, founder of UK at-home beauty tech retailer CURRENTBODY.com said: “It’s great to see people re-evaluating the risks of cosmetic surgery and recognising the number of non-invasive alternatives available to them. Home-use devices such as regenerative laser technology, mircocurrent, and microdermabrasion can offer proven results without the need for going under the knife – all from the comfort of your own home, in your own time, and at a fraction of the price!”
In fact, home-use devices represent one of the largest growth areas within the beauty industry – according to the 2016 KLINE Report, Europe saw an 18% increase in 2016 alone. Saving you from the costly, and often painful trips to the surgeon, there are now market-leading at-home devices proven to help combat the tell-tale signs of ageing – from eye wrinkles to dull skin.