Are Brazilian waxes, lash extensions, and Keratin hair treatments all officially unfashionable? It could be, according to online directory Yelp, which has made the suggestion as part of a trend report published to mark its 15th anniversary this October.
PolarityTE announced findings from a study showing positive impact of the company’s SkinTE on wounds
PolarityTE, Inc., a biotechnology company developing and commercializing regenerative tissue products and biomaterials, today announced findings from a study showing positive impact of the Company’s SkinTE™ skin regeneration product on a broad range of cases, demonstrating progressive wound closure including coverage of exposed underlying structures such as bone and tendon.
For the past several years, much has been said about how more men are seeking aesthetic procedures in the U.S. The reasons associated with this trend include increased social acceptance of cosmetic procedures by men and advancements in non-invasive, no-downtime procedures that appeal to them. While a general consensus in the media and among practitioners is that men account for around 10% to 20% of all cosmetic treatments, recent statistics actually show that a downward trend is in progress.
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Sponsored by Apyx
Renuvion cosmetic technology from Apyx Medical (Clearwater, Fla.) stands out as a truly unique modality in a sea of supposed novelties. While it harnesses heat to contract tissue, Renuvion delivers helium plasma and a proprietary form of radiofrequency (RF) energy subcutaneously. This minimally invasive technology provides heating in two ways: direct con- tact between the plasma and tissue, and the RF current flowing through the plasma to cause additional heating via the Joule heating effect. Experts say the results of Renuvion are unlike those achieved by any other device.
Sponsored by Wontech
My clinic is mainly visited by patients with benign pigmented, vascular or other skin conditions. Pigmented lesions include melasma, blemishes, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and moles; vascular lesions include diffuse redness and telangiectasia. Other skin conditions include acne, scars, warts and skin rejuvenation.
Sponsored by Sciton
While there is still a stigma around men coming into the clinical setting for treatment, this is changing for all age groups. “Social media is driving younger and younger men towards aesthetic treatments,” said plastic surgeon Jason Pozner, MD, medical director of Sanctuary Medical Center (Boca Raton, Fla.).
Sponsored by Quanta
The Light 4VTM laser from Quanta System SpA (Samarate, Italy) is the latest addition to the company’s multifunctional EVO series, combining a series of gold standard laser options in a single platform to perform a wide-range of aesthetic and dermatologic treatments.
Sponsored by BTL
Individually, the EMTONE and EMSCULPT devices from BTL Aesthetics (Marlborough, Mass.), provide profound and unique capabilities to aesthetic physicians, working synergistically to tone and shape. Together, these technologies round out the BTL family of non-invasive body sculpting devices that have been reshaping the industry in recent years.
Sponsored by Fotona
Providing a laser facial treatment that is completely novel in the space, the Fotona4D® protocol using the SP Dynamis ProTM dual wavelength laser system from Fotona (based in the U.S. and Europe) draws on many of the system’s unique capabilities to deliver an inside-out, non-invasive laser face lifting treatment that tightens and volumizes without injectables or any downtime. Proponents of the platform benefit from the unique laser engineering that has always been the focus of Fotona.