Injectable facial treatments are now a necessity, not merely a luxury for many women, according to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive among women from France, Italy, Spain, Russia and the United Kingdom.
A substantial 29% said they would buy fewer or cheaper groceries to afford their injections, revealed the survey sponsored by Merz Aesthetics, a manufacturer of facial injectables and fillers. In addition to cutting back on groceries, 31% of the women said they would consider a second or better paying job to have another injectable treatment, which includes Botox-like treatments and fillers. Another 32% said they would give up vacations while 39% would forgo new clothes, shoes or
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