In case you missed it, this week we talked microbotox for pore size, BBL safety two years later and more.
This week in aesthetics, a new study shows the decline of PFE in BBL, we cover the latest skincare trends in the consumer world, the AAFPRS unpacks the rise in facial procedures during the pandemic, and we highlight eating for healthy skin. WiQo talks PRX-T33 for busy patients, Dr. Randolph Waldman shares details on aesthetic practice patient retention, AnteAGE MD talks the healing power of bone marrow stem cells, and a study examines microbotox for pore size.
New data suggest plastic surgeons are not only following 2017 Task Force guidelines for safer gluteal fat transfer, but the total incidence of PFE has dropped by nearly half.
We cover the latest skincare trends in the consumer world to help keep aesthetic physicians in the know. Featured skincare this week includes CBD and other plant-based ingredients, and supplements for less stress, better sleep, and healthier skin.
The pandemic has ushered in an unexpected rise in facial procedures, for the eyes and other areas of the face covered by a mask.
The idea of eating for healthy skin means including key vitamins and minerals into the diet from natural food sources.
Since its introduction, WiQo PRX-T33 has taken the US by storm. An ideal care protocol for busy women, it does not require prolonged rehabilitation and has immediate results.
Dr. Randolph Waldman shares details about his overall high patient retention rate and continuing demand for procedures during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Advances in regenerative medicine yield a new tool to help achieve a youthful glow and vitality to the skin.
Clinical data demonstrates the safety and efficacy of a single microbotox treatment for reducing facial pore size.