SEATTLE, Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A new report released today by RealSelf, the leading online marketplace to learn about cosmetic treatments and connect with doctors and other clinicians, reveals the latest annual trends related to consumer interest in elective cosmetic treatments. The RealSelf 2018 Aesthetics Trend Report was compiled by analyzing user behavior trends from U.S. consumers researching on RealSelf during 2018.
Thanks to user-friendly innovations, thread lifting provides an answer for hard-to-treat jowling and neck laxity (off-label). However, experts say the learning curve can be steep, especially for inexperienced practitioners. And, unfortunately, some providers overestimate the capability of threads.
Medical aesthetic interventions to delay facial aging and improve the cosmetic features of a face require individual, sophisticated and safe solutions for the most natural and harmonious results. Facial imperfections and changes due to aging require treatment concepts that target various aspects, beyond the scope of what one single product or technology can achieve. Therefore, combination is key.
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), the world's largest association of facial plastic surgeons, released its annual survey results for 2018. The annual survey explores the top trends in facial plastic surgery today.
The U.S. aesthetic neurotoxin marketplace is set to expand somewhat dramatically in 2019.
Surgical rhinoplasty is one of the most popular aesthetic procedures worldwide. However, until recently, patients who wanted to avoid surgery – and the associated risks, recovery and expense – have never had a viable, non-invasive alternative that could accomplish similar cosmetic goals.
As the premier multispecialty venue for medical professionals looking to expand their aesthetic abilities, The Aesthetic Show (TAS) has firmly established itself as a progressive, first-in-class educational program covering the most cutting edge aesthetic procedures, techniques, products and technologies.
Thanks to advances in thread technology, one expert says thread lifting has become an effective and safe minimally invasive option for lifting the skin.
Preparing to market its products in the United States and other nations, Croma-Pharma GmbH (Leobendorf, Austria) has been gradually rebranding its popular Princess® hyaluronic acid (HA) filler line as saypha® internationally. This highly pure six-product line of fillers spans the range of low to high G’ injectables for superficial, mid-depth and deep implantation, with characteristics designed for safety, efficacy and ease of use.
Engineered to be physician- and patient-friendly, CLATUU Alpha, a recent offering from Classys, Inc. (Seoul, South Korea), harnesses the concept of cold panniculitis to achieve excellent results in less time, as well as the ability to recontour more body areas than ever before. Treatment cost is also greatly reduced due to the dramatically lower expense of associated consumables.