Where Are Cosmetic Treatments Headed in 2021?

With the meteoric rise of services like Zoom that has become the new norm for conducting meetings or job interviews, more people wish to improve their on-camera appearance or they simply want to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles. With less than a month to go before 2021 arrives, what can we expect in the new year?

After a year of gazing through a mirror at our skin, it's not shocking that more people are looking for beauty treatments than they have in the past. Awareness combined with extended stretches of analysis of our faces over Zoom this year has resulted in a proliferation in injectable therapy. As well as more 'first-timers' to the injectables market, those who have had the therapy for the first time are expected to proceed into next year. Although options like retinol can smooth out fine lines over long-term use it is possible that only injectable therapy can aid with deeper facial skin lines.

To read more, visit https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/cosmetic-treatment-trends-2021.

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