RealSelf Reveals Highest-Rated Cosmetic Procedures for 2020

The ranking reveals the Most Worth It procedures of the year and is determined by Worth It Ratings from real patients on RealSelf. Photo credit: Sofia Zhuravets/iStock/Getty Images Plus

RealSelf announced the 2020 Most Worth It Ranking—a comprehensive list of the top-rated cosmetic procedures. The ranking reveals the Most Worth It procedures of the year and is determined by Worth It Ratings from real patients on RealSelf. The RealSelf Worth It Rating is satisfaction score based on reviews from consumers on RealSelf who, after undergoing a treatment, rated it as "Worth It" or "Not Worth It." "With more than 600 aesthetic procedures featured on RealSelf, consumers look to our annual list of Most Worth It procedures to easily discover and compare top-rated options,” says Tom Seery, RealSelf founder and CEO. “There’s nothing complicated or opaque about our algorithm—our ranking is based solely on Worth It Ratings shared by real patients, and that’s why consumers trust it.” 

When it comes to nonsurgical procedures, facial treatments are highly rated by consumers, with both tried-and-true classic facials (99% Worth It Rating) and HydraFacial—which uses a patented device to cleanse, exfoliate and extract pores—earning top spots on the nonsurgical treatment list. Injectable fillers and toxins also earned high marks for satisfaction. In total, injectable toxins, injectable fillers, and filler-related treatments make up more than half of the nonsurgical treatment list. As for surgical procedures, a total of 37 surgical procedures earned the Most Worth It designation in 2020, with breast-related surgeries taking 14 spots on the list.

For more information on the 2020 Most Worth It Ranking and Most Worth It procedures, visit www.realself.com/news/most-worth-it-2020.

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