Doctors offer nine easy-to-incorporate tips for keeping injectable patients free of tell-tale bruising.
Plastic surgery patients report that being cared for by compassionate surgeons who offer coordinated care is more important to their satisfaction than wait time, scheduling and staff courtesy.
Cosmetic product ingredient mixtures linked to hormonal changes in women according to research.
While there are some similarities with signs of facial aging among male ethnicities, there are several distinctions are worth understanding when recommending skin care and aesthetic solutions.
From topicals to future injectable formulations, amino acids offer desirable skin benefits.
The fluid-filled pouches on the upper malar portion of the cheek have been historically difficult for aesthetic physicians and surgeons to remove, but one physician has had success with RF microneedling.
PMMA is a great option for treating small irregularities after liposuction or after traumatic accidents to fill indentations of face and body, but beware the brand and the body part you’re filling.
Cosmeceutical categories, based on important ingredients and their mechanisms of action, can help aesthetic physicians match cosmeceutical products to ideal patient candidates.
While the worldwide cosmeceutical market's growth rate surges ahead of other product categories in the personal care and cosmetics industry, here in the United States, the word cosmeceutical is meaningless under the law, according to the FDA. This disconnect often leaves dermatologists responsible for educating patients about what cosmeceuticals are and aren't.
Whether consumers scrutinize their images in selfies, social media or the rearview mirror, they're more intent than ever to rid their faces and necklines of the tell-tale signs that time isn't on their sides. Coupled with this desire to fight aesthetic aging is a rising demand for noticeable cosmetic outcomes without downtime, drugs, foreign substances or surgery.