I Bet You Did Not Know That Over 100 Million American Consumers Presently Use Anti Ageing Products While Obama Announced - Afghanistan Choice Not Made
In a speech on in a speech on Tuesday night, U. S. President Obama vowed, to deploy 30,000 additional troops to Afghanistan as quickly as possible, setting July 2011 as a date to begin pulling U.S. forces out of the country. This was the new strategy with regards to matters in Afghanistan and Pakistan
According to a survey released by the National Consumers League (NCL), more and more Americans are growing increasingly concerned about the visible signs of aging but they are misinformed about their options for help to battle anti ageing.
This may be a tough dose to swallow, but the hard fact is that over 100 million American consumers presently use or have used anti ageing products or measures in an attempt to reduce their visible signs of anti aging.
According to the anti aging research survey, it was discovered that the majority of consumers, while unsure of the technical details of treatments and products used to promote a youthful appearance, find it acceptable â¬" and even important â¬" to attempt to look younger.
It was found that half of women and men agreed that a youthful appearance is an important factor for professional success. Many of the people surveyed even concluded that it's by far an important factor in personal happiness as well.
The anti ageing treatments survey results clearly revealed that Americans would prefer to look younger than they actually are. For men, the â¬Åideal age was 36 (mean age of men surveyed: 49); for women, the ideal age was 34 (mean age of women surveyed: 47).
It was also revealed in the antiaging survey that a youthful appearance is an important factor for professional success (52 percent of women and 50 percent of men). It was found that women were more likely than men to view a youthful appearance as an important factor in personal happiness (37 percent of women and 28 percent of men).
The U.S. market for anti aging products and services exceeded $45.5 billion in 2004. Growing at an average annual growth rate (AAGR) of 9.5%, this market is expected to reach nearly $82 billion by 2010.
Even though there is a widespread interest in appearing young and taking proper anti ageing treatments, this matter is considered to be a very private issue for most Americans. The majority of both men (80 percent) and women (56 percent) have not discussed ways to treat wrinkles or other signs of aging with anyone.
In their battle against anti ageing, respondents agreed that in their labors to turn back the clock are more acceptable today than it was five years ago.