SAN FRANCISCO, calif. (KRON) – There’s a new trend you may, or may not, want to get behind.
According to new data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, buttock implant demand rose 22% this year, jumping from 970 to 1,179 procedures.
Botox and soft-tissue fillers remained the most popular.
But overall, the research showed “declines in both minimally invasive and surgical cosmetic procedures as a result of pandemic closures in 2020.”
The least sought after surgery was hair transplants, which declined 60% from last year.
Research published in the International Journal of Women’s Dermatology revealed hours in front of video calls is leading some people to get cosmetic procedures, a phrase coined by a team of dermatologists as “Zoom Dysmorphia.”