CPCA on Australians spend big on non-surgical cosmetic procedures to defy ageing process

CPCA on Australians spend big on non-surgical cosmetic procedures to defy ageing process

The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA), estimates that Australians’ spent more than $890 million in the past twelve months, on minimally or non-invasive cosmetic procedures. This is a 5 per cent increase from 2014. It appears that the growing acceptability of minimally or non-invasive cosmetic procedures is contributing to Australians’ spending more than ever before on these so called ‘lunch time’ procedures.

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