Clarisonic Survey conducted by Harris Poll Among Almost 10,000 Adults Worldwide Uncovers Skincare Attitudes and BehaviorsREDMOND, Wash., Nov. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In celebration of Healthy Skin Month, Clarisonic, the #1 most recommended cleansing device by US dermatologists, commissioned a global survey conducted by Harris Poll to reveal how people truly feel about the skin they're in. The survey was conducted 1 online among thousands of adults in the US, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, South Korea and Japan and revealed that the most skin-confident countries surveyed are in North America (27%), followed by Europe (22%) and Asia (14%). This confidence was measured by the people who reported that they were "proud to show off their skin without anything on it", with Canada (28%) and the US (27%) leading the pack, followed by UK (25%), Germany (22%), China and France (20%), South Korea (12%) and Japan (10%). Globally, women and men appeared to have equal levels of skin confidence (both 20%), but overall skin confidence is relatively low across all of the countries surveyed.
"All of us at Clarisonic believe in the power of healthy-looking skin to help people feel their most confident and empowered," said Dr. Robb Akridge, co-founder and president of Clarisonic. "Our customers tell us that when their skin feels great, they feel great - and we want so many more people in the world to feel confident with the skin they're in." Skin Confidence around the WorldThirty-one percent (31%) of adults worldwide agree that they feel more confident when their skin is clear and healthy-looking. The individual country rankings are:
Canada and UK (31%)
South Korea (28%)
Twenty-three percent (23%) of adults globally report feeling more confident when their skin is firm and youthful-looking. The individual country rankings are: