Is Designer Botox on the Horizon?
Designer Botox? What the heck is that?
If you haven’t been following cosmetic treatment recently, the term might confuse you.
After all, the word “designer” has a Millennial bent to it, which is at odds with the image Botox tends to project. But that’s only if you haven’t been following the industry.
Major, Major Growth
Here’s some statistics that might shock you. In just the last year alone, injectable use grew 10 percent.
Among patients 19-35 years old, injectable use grew over 30 percent. And the 10 percent year over year growth of the injectable industry is expected to continue until 2023.
Yowza. Cosmetic treatment in general has been booming, but nonsurgical treatments, and particularly injectables, have seen explosive, explosive growth.
Just Like Makeup
This could be due to the quietly disappearing stigma associated with cosmetic treatment. Of course, part of it is social media.
Celebrities are posting their lush lips and, well, everyone wants them. It certainly helps that cosmetic treatments have simply gotten better.
Skin rejuvenation. Cosmetic dentistry. Fat reduction. All of these processes have seen new and innovative treatments coming out over and over again.
This is where the word designer comes in. Technology has become so sophisticated that it’s easier to go in and make a change for cheaper, with less recovery time, and exactly the way you want it.
And don’t think fillers and Botox have been left behind. It’s gotten to the point where patients can come in and ask for the kind of look they want that’ll maximize how good they look in selfies.
Talk About Upping Your Selfie Game
The point being that cosmetic treatment is surreptitiously becoming part of basic self-care.
Interested in cosmetic treatment yourself, but don’t know where to start? It’s important to do proper research.
There’s a number of treatments with similar aims, but it’s important to fnd the one that meets all your needs.