Blood is blood. But how it’s processed to make platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for a variety of indications, including aesthetic treatments, might make a difference in PRP treatment outcomes.
Generations of people tend to share characteristics that aesthetic practices can harness to better target their marketing efforts.
Marketing program offers aesthetic practices added value, loyal patients.
One of the most exciting things about greeting the New Year is the anticipation of what’s next for the aesthetic industry.
High in omega 3 fatty acids and resistant to bacterial colonization, Kerecis Omega3 offers a novel option for wound healing.
Consensus report offers preliminary guidelines for the off-label use of CaHA on the face and body.
Research reports 1060 diode laser system safe and effective for hair reduction in spectrum of skin types.
Even thriving aesthetic practices should reflect on what worked and what didn’t in 2018 and determine what needs to change to improve in 2019.
In recent years, the evolution of devices and non-surgical sexual wellness solutions has dramatically changed a treatment landscape once limited to surgery, medications or physical therapy. Men and women want to feel better sexually, and aesthetic physicians are at the frontlines, offering a growing array of non-surgical sexual wellness treatments.
Phase 3 studies yield positive short-term cellulite treatment results for collagenase clostridium histolyticum.