Millennials Jumpstart To Preserve Their Youth
It's one part perfection, two parts preservation, says Cheryl Swanson of Toniq.
By Cheryl Swanson, Toniq
As millennials are entering the 30's, they are jumpstarting the preservation of their physical youth with science, technology, nutrition, and even some odd procedures. Going under the knife or under a laser is becoming a part of the norm, a sort of new rights of passage into ageing gracefully or getting as close to perfect as possible. Nips, tucks, lifts, reshaping, smoothing, peeling, detoxing and cleansing are all part of the growing global trend for millennials. The average age that millennials begin to get procedures varies by country, but for the most part late teens and early twenties are key starting years. There were over 14.7 million procedures performed by licensed plastic surgeons in 2011 globally according to International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. What countries top the list? South Korea followed by Greece, Italy then the United States. So what are millennials around the world doing to themselves for “one part perfection and two parts preservation”?
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