According to latest research from market analyst Mintel, 31% of UK adults would be interested in h cosmetic procedure in the future. Willingness to undergo a surgical procedure is highest among women, with 37% indicating that they would consider having one, with interest in cosmetic surgery peaking at 52% with women aged 18-34.
As many as a quarter (24%) of all men would consider a surgical cosmetic procedure, with interest rising among men aged 18-34 (39%). Around one in seven (14%) women are interested in liposuction, while 11% would consider a tummy tuck and 8% would consider a face-lift, breast augmentation or eyebrow/eyelid lift. Meanwhile, 7% of men would consider a hair transplant. 43% of Brits are interested in non-surgical cosmetic procedures as well, with teeth whitening (27%), permanent hair removal (12%) and skin treatments (11%) proving the top three non-surgical procedures.