The global epidemic Coronavirus has led to an increase in-office meetings on the video calling app ‘Zoom’, but a study has found that the demand for plastic surgeries has increased worldwide due to Zoom video calls.
According to a report published in Gulf News, American researchers have said that the number of people who want plastic surgery has increased to a record level due to not looking good on the zoom.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons says that according to doctors, there has been a 70% increase in virtual counselling for plastic surgery.
Cosmetic doctors and plastic surgeons around the world have called this trend of plastic surgery a ‘zoom boom’. Many people, including men, have resorted to cosmetic surgery because of the long time spent on video calls, the report said.
Injections are the most sought after medicine in this regard, while others seek beauty enhancement and liposuction.
Doctors based in the UK say the zoom boom has increased demand for non-invasive facial procedures such as Botox, fillers or skin resurfacing. Is.
According to him, the demand for surgeries related to ‘good rejuvenation’ (skin reduction surgery around the neck) and ‘a line contouring’ (lower edge of the jaw) has also increased significantly as people are more Most of the time they are looking at the computer camera and it focuses their attention on these parts of the body.
Although historically the proportion of women seeking cosmetic surgeries is much higher than that of men, the zoom boom is not just for women.
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Munir Somji, a cosmetic doctor at Dr. Medi Spa Clinic in London, said he had an increase in the number of people wanting a hair transplant because he spends most of his time looking at his hair during video calls.
“When you’re looking at a zoom call and you’re in a brighter room, whatever you do, the hair will look less,” he said.
There is also a discussion on social media about how to look good on zoom video calls where people mostly talk about make-up, lighting.