There are ways to make statistics more relatable. For instance, you could equate the statistics with a population to give a random number some meaning.
If you did that with the number of aesthetic procedures from 2015, you could use the country of Romania as a comparison. Picture that every person in the country had some sort of aesthetic procedure done. Some Romanians would have facelifts, others tummy tucks, others Botox injections. Add them all up and you’d have 21 million total procedures, both surgical and non-surgical, performed in 2015.
That’s how many cosmetic procedures were performed worldwide in 2015, according to statistics recently released by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
And once again, as it has been every year since it was introduced in 2002, botulinum toxin (overwhelmingly Botox) injections were the most popular procedure of all.
Here are some of the statistics.
Over 9.6 million cosmetic surgeries were performed in 2015.
The top four surgeries:
1.Breast augmentation (up 10% from 2014)
2.Liposuction (up 2% from 2014)
3.Eyelid surgery (down 11% from 2014)
4.Abdominoplasty (up 11% from 2014)
Top countries for percentage of total surgical procedures:
1.14.7% United States
4.4.6% South Korea
12.1 million nonsurgical procedures were performed in 2015.
The top five nonsurgical procedures:
1.Botulinum toxin (down 4% from 2014)
2.Hyaluronic acid (up 7% from 2014)
3.Laser hair removal (down 14% from 2014)
4.Photo rejuvenation (new to survey)
5.Nonsurgical fat reduction (new to survey)
Top countries for percentage of nonsurgical procedures:
1.21.9% United States
3.5.9% South Korea
Women accounted for 18 million of the 21 million cosmetic procedures worldwide. These were their preferred procedures:
Men accounted for 3 million of the 21 million cosmetic procedures worldwide. These were their preferred procedures:
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