Additional study results show:
-- Only 15 percent of women who have undergone previous anti-aging
procedures are influenced by friends, family or a co-worker's
-- 60 percent of women are influenced by the price of a treatment.
-- One-in-three women who have had an injectable treatment have also had
another type of non-invasive medical anti-aging treatment.
-- 58 percent of women who've considered an anti-aging procedure are
more likely to trade off cost for long-lasting results.
-- 91 percent of injectable users and women considering anti-aging
treatments would rather have results last longer rather than occur
About the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
With more than 5,000 members, The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, founded in 1970, is the largest specialty organization in the world exclusively representing dermasurgeons, board-certified physicians who are specifically trained to treat the health, function and appearance of the skin and soft tissue, with both medically necessary and cosmetic procedures, using both surgical and non-surgical methods. For more information on cosmetic skin procedures and referrals to ASDS members in your state, please contact the ASDS Consumer Hotline, 1-800-441-ASDS (2737), during weekday business hours or log on at http://www.asds.net.
|SOURCE The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery|
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