The nation has had to go without salons, spa breaks
or beauty therapists for several months during national restrictions, but just how well did they cope? Whether it was an at home swedish neck and shoulders massage or maybe even a full body wax… Brits didn’t shy away from giving it a go!
We have surveyed the UK public to find out how their beauty treatments
have changed in the last year and how doing treatments at home has ended happily or in tears.
Interestingly, one in four people (25%) now feel less pressure to get aesthetic treatments – such as. nails, lashes, tanning and injectables – since the pandemic. A whopping 30% of people now invest more time into self care, including the likes of skincare, waxing and facials. This shift in priorities highlights how far the pandemic has transformed the nation’s views on beauty and self care.