Reaching Record Levels In September - Consumer Interest In Aesthetic Procedures Continues To Show Steady Rebound


Impressions on American Health and Beauty reflect the improving US economy, reaching nearly 1.5 million for September 2010!

American Health and Beauty, the leading online resource for information on fitness, diet, health and the latest in aesthetic procedures enjoyed nearly 1.5 million impressions for September 2010. Immediately following strong numbers in the summer months, during a period that typically sees a lull in consumer interest in aesthetic procedures, September's surprisingly high impressions are indicative of several things. The aesthetic industry, along with many other businesses, suffered during the recession and the shaky economy led to uncertain consumer spending. As we see an upturn in the economy, Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Procedures see a revival as consumer confidence continues to grow.

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Keith Veseleny, American Health and Beauty Editor says, "The number of impressions we received in September are back in line with our stellar 2008 numbers. It's taken two years for consumers to get back to the point that they're looking at making luxury purchases again."

American Health and Beauty attends nearly every conference and meeting for the aesthetics industry and interviews the experts to bring the most current information to readers. "It's our commitment to our readers that keeps them coming back. We travel the world to make sure we offer accurate, current information at all times," says Veseleny. Popular procedures like Velashape, Reaction by Viora, VASER Shape, Velasmooth, Thermage, SmartLipo, Tickle Lipo, Zerona, and Zeltiq were all featured on AHB long before other media outlets were interested. Currently, Veseleny is attending the World Congress on Liposuction in Washington DC and will then move on to the Plastic Surgery 2010 conference in Toronto, Canada.

This September, also the best September and fourth greatest month in the history of American Health and Beauty, marks the number 1 month for page view traffic since July 2008, which was also around the time that the economy started to sour. Numbers have been steadily improving since their lowest point in August of 2009.

"We will continue to provide accurate and up to date information to readers about the latest technologies, trends and developments in cosmetic surgery and health through our proven methods of speaking with leaders in the medical aesthetics community," says Veseleny, "American Health and Beauty anticipates a continuing trend of record-breaking numbers."