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The Most Popular Cosmetic Procedures in 2020 Were …

Posted on February 15, 2021

Woman wearing a wide brim hat, glasses and brown spaghetti strap mini dress.With 2020 now officially in the rearview mirror, there is plenty to look back on. Our lives have changed in ways we could never have anticipated, and entire industries have pivoted to respond to what is, perhaps annoyingly, known as the new normal. Cosmetic surgery is no exception.

As we look back on the cosmetic trends of 2020, the pandemic’s impact is clear. So, let’s take a look at the most popular procedures of 2020.

Everything Eyes

Like everything else, the pandemic determined what trended for cosmetic surgery in 2020.

The eyes are the windows to the soul. However, during the pandemic, they are often the only feature of yours others see. This means that everyone is worried about their eyes looking their best. From eyelid surgery to fillers to BOTOX®, cosmetic procedures in 2020 were all about the eyes.

Refreshing the Face

The Zoom Boom changed how we see ourselves by putting our faces on screen throughout 8-hour workdays and classes. As a result, we are more conscious of the appearance of our face than ever before. A big focus in 2020 was on addressing lines and wrinkles through facelifts and non-surgical treatments.

Lip Injections

The logic behind this trend is the opposite of the eyes. Since the lips are often hidden, people are taking this opportunity to try something new. Many people have opted to enlarge their lips and see how they look with a bigger pout.

So, what will the trends be in 2021? Well, that all depends on what people like you choose to get done. Cast your vote by scheduling a consultation today. Call us at 575-521-7111 or reach out via the contact page

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