One Third of Australians Consider Non-surgical Cosmetic Treatments

One Third of Australians Consider Non-surgical Cosmetic Treatments

Figures released today from the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia’s (CPCA) latest annual survey of attitudes to non-surgical cosmetic procedures suggests that more Australians than ever are considering such treatments (35 per cent) and just over a quarter of respondents (26 per cent) having had a procedure in the last month – double the amount from last year.

The survey, which has been monitoring changes to Australians’ attitudes to non-invasive cosmetic medicine for the past nine years, shows that concern about ageing is the biggest driver for getting treatments. More people now worry about looking ‘old’ (54 per cent) and over 80 per cent of those surveyed believe it is acceptable to use such treatments to address premature ageing, a 10 per cent increase over the last three years.

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