Non-surgical beauty procedures are hugely popular in 2015 and the trend looks set to gain even more momentum in the beauty industry next year, with more of us searching for ways to look more beautiful and feel more confident without having to go under the surgeon’s knife.
How do you know which treatments really work and which procedures are the most popular? Let’s take a look at three of the best non-surgical beauty treatments on the market, some of which you may not be fully aware of:
The correct term for this popular procedure is botulinum toxin injections and it is most often used to relax wrinkles to create smoother-looking skin. Not only is this an extremely effective way to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles but also it is a straightforward procedure and can be completed during a lunch break. According to the Guardian, non-surgical procedures are often painless and only take a few minutes, which is one of the reasons they are so popular.
2. Chemical skin peels
This rejuvenating procedure is a great way to give old skin a new lease of life, removing dull and damaged skin cells from the top layer to reveal the younger-looking skin hidden beneath. While a chemical skin peel in London or wherever you are based can be completed during a lunch break, you can expect your skin to feel sore and will need to take some time to recover.
3. Laser hair removal
If unwanted hair is your primary concern, laser hair removal will be your best friend. You can have hair removed from your back, shoulders, bikini line, legs and armpits; in fact, it can be removed from anywhere you want! Both men and women are flocking to get rid of unwanted hair, with ‘manscaping’ now a hugely popular trend for modern men. According to the Telegraph, more men than ever before are taking extra pride in their appearance and are prepared to go one step further in their quest for the perfect look.
You can check out websites such as www.thelondoncosmeticclinic.co.uk for more information on a variety of non-surgical beauty procedures.
Our quest for beauty is ongoing but while many are going under the knife, others are finding their answers in far simpler forms.