‘Tis the season to celebrate moms! From the busy soccer mom who spends her days chauffeuring children around to the fearless business woman who can juggle it all, all moms deserve some extra love on Mother’s Day. Between the hustle and bustle of caring for the kids, prepping meals and doing it all with a smile, there’s one thing almost all moms love—being pampered!
Not sure how to show the moms in your life your love for them this Mother’s Day? This might help—a recent survey revealed that skin treatments are the gift of choice for 70% of moms, outranking traditional staples such as flowers, chocolates, tech gadgets and even new jewelry.
With Mother’s Day just this weekend, moms have made it clear what they really want—beautiful skin! The numbers don't lie! Check out the below stats from a recent survey, conducted on behalf of Suneva Medical, that asked moms to weigh in about gift preferences for Mother’s Day and their skin care habits.
o If you think most moms want a box of chocolates, a bouquet of their favorite flowers, new jewelry or a nice dinner for Mother’s Day you’re wrong! When it comes to Mother’s Day gifts, 70% of moms prefer skin treatments to improve skin’s look and feel. Only 10% of moms indicated that they would want a bouquet of their favorite flowers. While all of these gifts are nice, skin treatments take the cake.
o 70% of moms said their skin care routine changed when they became a mother due to having less time, among other reasons. To ensure the time they spend on their skin is time well spent, when it comes to selecting a skin care product, 65% of moms said clinical effectiveness and/or clinical data is most important when considering incorporating a new product into their daily skin care routine.
Suneva Medical is a leading aesthetics company behind the Regenica skin care line. Backed by decades regenerative science and clinical data, the Regenica® Rejuvenating Dual Serum is the newest addition to the product line and is a revolutionary breakthrough in skincare.
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