Now that many workers are returning to the office amid lessening COVID restrictions, employees are back-to-work shopping—for new noses and teeth, that is.
Plastic surgeons and others who specialize in cosmetic enhancements says business has been booming. Many patients had intensive procedures early on in the pandemic when they could easily recover while working for home. In recent months, as people return to midtown and Wall Street high rises, they’re opting for quicker pick-me-ups.
“Now that people are back in the office or in a hybrid form, they’re wanting Botox, fillers, lighter maintenance lasers and peels,” said Dr. Robert Schwarcz, an Upper East Side-based plastic surgeon who has seen a 30% uptick in biz over the last six months.
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