The number of cosmetic procedures performed each year in the United States continues to soar as over 12 billion dollars’ worth of both invasive and non-invasive procedures were performed in 2014. Not only are people seeking these various treatments for their own personal vanity in hopes to feel better in one’s skin, but millions of people are hoping that cosmetic procedures will also boost their job prospects in a competitive market. The truth is, people who are attractive and look the part often have a competitive edge in the job market and a better chance at making a strong first impression.
Fillers are being sought to look much younger and more rested as people enter or re-enter the job market and want to put their best face forward in job interviews. Even younger patients in their 20’s and 30’s look to fillers to give them a refreshed appearance in hopes that they can make an especially impactful first impression. Men who have been in the job force for a long time are seeking fillers to restore what decades in a stressful work environment took away from their facial features as they seek out promotions and new job opportunities. Acne scars from youth can also be treated with fillers and help to create a more grown-up appearance.
Liposuction is another very popular procedure in general and the positive outcomes associated with a liposuction procedure help people to feel more comfortable and confident as they pursue their dream career. A popular liposuction procedure for men includes getting rid of the fat along their jawline to help create a more defined, masculine, authoritative jaw and presence. Men also really want to look and good in their professional suits and get a leg up on the competition.
The image that you present should be reflective of the organization and brand of the career field and company that you’re hoping to work for. If youthful decisions such as piercings and tattoos are having an effect on your professional appearance, there are cosmetic procedures that can help people gain entry to a higher standard of professional endeavors by seeking tattoo removals or procedures to heal earlobes that may have been damaged by heavy gauges and ear plugs.
If you’re interested in how cosmetic procedures, both invasive and non-invasive, can be beneficial to you and your personal and professional aspirations, schedule a consultation for more personalized information and advice.