While nanotechnology use in cosmeceuticals is promising, safety concerns remain about widespread use of “nanocosmeceuticals” for skin, hair, nail and lip care.
Dermatologists who sell cosmeceutical products in their offices have options. Among the popular choices: They can sell already branded lines or brand their own skincare, hair, nail and other products.
Does massive weight loss after bariatric surgery make the the face look older? Recent research says ‘yes.’
Revance is moving ahead on bringing its pipeline neuromodulator daxibotulinumtoxinA for injection (RT002) to market. RT002, a purified botulinum toxin A, is in phase 3 clinical trials for the aesthetic indication of glabellar line treatment.
Legal expert Renee E. Coover shares three high risk areas for physicians who own or are medical directors of med spas, and how they can avoid potentially career-damaging liability outcomes.
At-home beauty device options using light are becoming higher tech and mainstream. But does that mean they’ll address consumers’ skin concerns — including wrinkle and acne reduction?
Despite a growing list of options to choose from when recommending implant types to breast augmentation patients, one expert says smooth and round remains the primary go-to implant among U.S. surgeons.
While some plastic surgery procedures are indicated for teens and have been well studied, there is little data on whether it’s safe to perform other cosmetic procedures on patients younger than 19.
Researchers propose strategy to prescribe fewer opioid pills to cosmetic surgery patients.
Market researchers predict the global facial injectable market will more than double over the next 10 years.