This Week in Aesthetics: January 11-15

January 15, 2021
Katie Hobbins

This week in aesthetics, we highlight collagen supplements for anti-aging, plastic surgery safety during COVID-19, and more.

This week in aesthetics, studies examine collagen supplements for anti-aging, exosomes and fractional CO2 combination therapy for acne scars, and plastic surgery safety during COVID-19. Endo Aesthetics announces its new “Really Cellulite” campaign, and we highlight 5 regenerative medicine articles for physicians interested in incorporating related treatments into the practice.

Is Collagen Supplementation Efficacious for Anti-Aging?

Researchers examine the results of collagen supplements for both short- and long-term anti-aging use.

Endo Aesthetics Announces New “Really Cellulite” Campaign

Endo Aesthetics announces the launch of its new “Really Cellulite” campaign to eliminate the shame associated with cellulite.

Study Examines Exosomes, Fractional CO2 for Acne Scars

BENEV recently announced positive results in its study examining the combination therapy of human adipose tissue stem cell-derived exosomes and fractional CO2 laser for the treatment of acne scars.

5 Regenerative Medicine Articles for the Aesthetic Practice

For aesthetic physicians interested in incorporating regenerative medicine into the practice, we’ve compiled a list of 5 articles to inform and inspire, including novel applications and how to get started.

Patient, Practice Safety During the Pandemic

A recent study examines plastic surgery safety data to verify COVID-19 protocols.