More Australians Taking Risks with Non-surgical Cosmetic Treatments

More Australians Taking Risks with Non-surgical Cosmetic Treatments

The latest finding from the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA) annual survey has found that one in ten Australians (10 per cent) admit to having non-surgical cosmetic treatments performed in a home environment, rather than at a doctor’s clinic1 – almost double the number compared with the 2015 survey.

The survey, which has been monitoring Australians’ attitudes to non-invasive cosmetic medicine for the past nine years, found that whilst the number of home treatments had risen, 87 per cent of those who had received non-surgical cosmetic treatments had visited a doctor with a focus on cosmetic treatment or visited a beauty salon for treatment.

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