Dermatologists, plastic surgeons seeing increase in business as COVID-19 restrictions lifted
The push for perfection didn't end or even slow down with COVID-19. Dermatologists and plastic surgeons are busier than ever with people who want to tweak a few things before they head back into the world.
Hey, Jonathan. In the span of a year, programs like Zoom Teams, FaceTime and Skype have become the backbone of American business. And for some of us, it's the first time we've spent all day, every day watching live video of our own faces, a lot of cameras, even on your computers and on your phones, especially their high definition nowadays, and with this high definition, you're seeing things in a different life. Beverly Hills Plastic surgeon In one of the stars of the Netflix series Bling Empire, Gabriel Chiu says all that screen time is causing people to notice every line, wrinkle and gray hair staring back at them increased the inquiries and consultations at least 2 to 3 times more data from the rebate website I bought a shows. Makeup sales at big box stores rose in most of the country last year. Patients of Ohio dermatologist Alan Parks are coming to him with specific concerns. They're concentrating on the areas of their face that are uncovered by the mask, and they want to improve their appearance of those areas. Demand is high for his company, Park Perfections Eye cream, which promises to minimize puffiness lines and wrinkles instantly. This is a product that we've seen so many people wanting something for the for the area. That area is kind of hard to solve the issues around there, especially like immediately. Some patients are also focusing on what's below camera levels. Patients want to come out of covid looking better and feeling better about themselves, looking their best for when they are able to socialize again. Self improvement in the Age of Covid With a little help from the best creams, fillers and treatments the beauty industry has to offer. Chris Pallone, NBC News.