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A new poll shows that many women are still thinking positively when it comes to age-camouflaging procedures, despite the economy's lull.
Most women under 50 have not turned their backs, or faces, on cosmetic beauty-enhancement, despite the state of the economy. While the recession continues, a poll of 1,000 women carried out this month showed that 63% of those aged 18-34 and 73% of women aged 35-49 thought positively of age-camouflaging procedures.
Of the younger bracket in favor of cosmetic work, 44% said they consider Botox—administered by syringe to smooth out frown lines—to be a "routine" procedure, according to a survey conducted by E-Poll Market Research and commissioned by cable television network Oxygen Media.
"Interest in plastic surgery remains very strong, despite the economy," said Dr. Gilbert Lee, a San Diego-based plastic surgeon.
Separate statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, showed Botox treatment in the United States increased 8% in 2008, though liposuction, facelifts and breast augmentations fell markedly.