Cosmetic and non-surgical procedures market expected to grow by 9% in 2012

New reports show that the cosmetic surgery market and sector for non-surgical treatments is expected to grow nine per cent in 2012.

Key Note has forecast that the cosmetic surgery industry will be worth a total of £775 million by the end of the year.

The trend is also expected to continue in to 2013 and its predicted that the sector will grow by 8.4 per cent to reach a total value of £840 million by the end of next year.

There has been a notable increase in the number of non-surgical procedures taking place in recent years. They accounted for around 32.2 per cent of the whole market value in 2011.
 

Its thought that non-surgical treatments have grown in popularity due to them being quick and un-intrusive. Treatments such as Botox require virtually no recovery time and don’t inconvenience day to day activities.

In the surgical treatment sector, breast augmentation continued to be the most popular and accounted for 23.3 per cent of all treatments carried out in 2012.

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