FIRST LOOK INTO THIS YEARS CCR 2023 TREND REPORT
An exclusive look at what is set to be hot in the world of non-surgical rejuvenation
• Trend One: 80%* of 25–32-year-olds have concerns over product safety
• Trend Two: Hybrid treatments such as HArmonyCA from Allergen, set to take the industry by storm
• Trend Three: Regenerative medicine takes focus
The team at CCR is excited to share with you an exclusive first look into some of the key statistics unveiled in this year’s Trend Report. The Trends Report focuses on future trends and innovations in aesthetics and will be presented in full at the CCR Press Conference on Thursday 13th October at 10:30am.
New figures reveal that the UK’s non-surgical aesthetic specialty is valued more than £3 billion in the next 12 months, with statistics revealing that the demand for aesthetic treatment is highest amongst 25–40-year-old. Research found that 32%** of 25–32-year-olds and 29%*** of 33–40-year old’s have had treatment or are considering doing so in the next 12 months. Shockingly, 13%**** of 16–17-year-olds in the UK have had or are considering treatment.
Innovation Trail – New for CCR 2022
Brand new for 2022’s conference is the Innovation Trail, which will be a handy guide around the exhibition, highlighting the latest and greatest from the biggest names in Aesthetics. Included in the trail will be brands Cutera (Aviclear), Sofwave, Aesthetic Technology Limited, Galderma (HIT), Allergan (HarmonyCA), Prollenium (Topilase), Human Heath (Dr Mayoni’s new service), Evenswiss new patented technology Dermatopoietin, Nuchido (NAD), and EvoCyte (Exosomes).
Focus on WellnessIn an industry first, CCR dedicates a brand-new agenda looking at the close relationship between aesthetic medicine and wellness. Curated by Dr Mayoni, founder of Human Health, attendees will discover a new way to benefit patients and enhance results, whilst broadening and enriching their business. With the global wellness industry estimated to be worth US $7 trillion by 2025, now is the time to think about integrating holistic services into your practice.
The 2023 CCR Trends Report is co-edited by Francesca White, Beauty Editor-at-Large of Tatler, and Shannon Kilgariff, Aesthetics journal editor and content manager, and will be presented in full at the CCR Press Conference on Thursday 13th October at 10:30am. Register for your spot at the Trends Briefing here: https://registration.gesevent.com/survey/1m2zaczl53v6k?actioncode=2128
The CCR Trend Report will be launched this year at the Trends Briefing by a panel of industry experts including Dr Souphi, Dr Martyn King, and Dr Mayoni Gooneratne.
As the UK’s number one event for aesthetic practitioners, CCR is THE place to discover all the game changing treatments set to take the market by storm.
CCR’s Courtney Baldwin says: “The world of aesthetics is constantly evolving and changing at a rapid pace, with our 2023 Trend Report we further solidify CCR as the go-to resource for practitioners and show our ongoing commitment to innovation within the Aesthetics industry. We are also super excited for the introduction of our Innovation Trail this year, the Innovation Trail will make it even easier for attendees to navigate their way around the conference, acting as a bread crumb trail highlighting the top launches in the industry.”
Galderma, added, “Galderma is delighted to be back at CCR as Headline Sponsors for the second year in a row after the success of 2021. CCR is the perfect partner and at the forefront of trends within the Aesthetic industry, so it was a no brainer for us to return this year – we are looking forward to October’s conference and discovering all the key statistics uncovered in this year’s Trend Report.”
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The portfolio encompasses a monthly print medical journal, a quarterly consumer magazine Beyond Beauty, a strong online and social presence, and four annual events: a glamorous awards ceremony, the Aesthetics Awards, Beyond Beauty Live and two leading conferences and exhibitions – ACE and CCR.
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