While the Corona virus epidemic has caused irreparable economic damage around the world, there are some sectors that flourished during the epidemic, including the cosmetics industry.
According to the international website, the corona virus epidemic has proved to be very welcome for the cosmetics industry.
It is a common perception that people have come close to better attitudes during the Corona epidemic in many ways, including improving the home environment, being happy with those living with them, improving immunity as well as improving the face included.
In this context, cosmetic surgeons have dubbed the lucrative situation in the epidemic a zoom boom.
Dr. Daniel Zatler, a cosmetic surgeon, says that zoom conferences have made people look better because they are in front of the camera for hours. In a recent survey in the United States, 86% of people said they felt the need for cosmetics because of zoom conferences.
According to Grand View Research, the global market for aesthetic medicine will exceed 86 86 billion by 2020 and is expected to grow by 10% year-on-year by 2028. Despite the lockdown, the number of dermatologists in the United States has increased by 60%.
Dr. Daniel Zetler argues that self-improvement is a good practice and that whether the epidemic is over or not, people will have a sense of self-improvement and that is why plastic surgeons will continue to have more patients. ۔