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Beauty Buzz Post-Pandemic Beauty Consumers plan to spend more on noninvasive esthetic services in 2022 than they have in the last two years— including beauty boosts such as Botox and HydraFacial, according to a survey conducted by the Kline Group. "People are fi nally coming out of their pandemic cocoons and no longer hiding behind a mask as often, and everyone wants to look their best," says Karen Doskow, director of consumer products and project manager of the Kline Group's upcoming report, The Professional Skin Care Consumer: Attitudes and Behaviors Survey. "Botox and fi llers top the list of treatments expected to see strong gains this year, as well as body-focused treatments such as CoolSculpting." Kline's preliminary research found that consumer spending on esthetic treatments and products will be up nearly 25 percent in the coming year. For more information, visit value-consumers-expected-to-spend-more. New member benefit! Get the ASCP SkinPro App at 15

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