“As the nation emerges from lockdown and cosmetic treatments resume, we take a look at some new post-pandemic trends which are emerging as a result of quarantine.
Lockdown has certainly taken its toll on the nation’s looks (and waistlines). Botulinum toxin wore off, grey roots came through and smooth skin and manicured nails went right out of the window.
Many people also spent weeks of quarantine wearing comfortable clothing and loungewear and emotionally eating junk food. With the additional stressors bought on by the pandemic, such as financial insecurity, health anxiety and home schooling, coupled with lack of access to beauty and fitness services, people have spent months looking and feeling more dishevelled than ever. It is no surprise then, that as people start going back into the real world – work, studies, social lives – they want to look and feel their best again.
Since re-opening their doors, many clinics have reported being busier than ever and not just because they are catching up with existing patients, but because they have lots of new enquiries too.
Practitioners have also been reporting some new trends in terms of what treatments are most in demand post-pandemic.”
Read the full article here on the Aesthetic Medicine Website.