From London to Tokyo: How the Rest of the World Does Anti-Ageing

Adrianna Barrionuevo

Ever since we took a deep look into how Korean women view skincare as part of their culture—which goes as far as having a family facialists the way Americans have family doctors—we couldn't help but wonder if women elsewhere around the globe take anti-ageing just as seriously. 

In Colombia, there are zero qualms attached to plastic surgery in the name of vanity. In fact, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, a procedure is performed every five minutes, with liposuction and breast implants as the popular choices. The opposite can be said about women in Europe, where minimalism is the preferred approach to anti-ageing. We spoke with a handful of skin care experts in the industry from around the world to see how the rest of the globe does anti-ageing. While everyone's philosophy varies, the commonality each county shares is that beauty plays a role in everyone's life. 

Keep scrolling to read what international skin care experts had to say about how women from Korea to India do anti-ageing.

Do you know the anti-ageing philosophies of women in other countries we didn't include? Share them with us in the comments!

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