This Week in Aesthetics: June 22-26

In case you missed it, this week we shared details on a picosecond laser for dyspigmentation in POC, healing challenges after facial rejuvenation and more.

This week in aesthetics, Incredible Marketing CEO, Sam Peek, discusses this year’s marketing landscape, a recent analysis examines self-care for younger generations and surgeons predict practice recovery post-COVID-19. A new picosecond laser shows promise for treating dyspigmentation in skin of color, physicians discuss stress-related hair loss treatments, Dr. Joe Niamtu highlights the problems with masks post-procedure and we examine the state of natural skincare.

Marketing in 2020

Marketing expert Sam Peek discusses the current landscape, including opportunities afforded the aesthetic practice by the pandemic.

Self-Care Essential for Millennials, Gen Z

According to a recent analysis, Millennials and Gen Z view self-care practices as essential to overall health, a departure from previous generations

The COVID-19 Comeback

Surgeons from around the country share their plans and predictions for practice recovery

New Picosecond Laser for Dyspigmentation in Skin of Color

A new case study shows potential for treatment of pigmentary disorders in patients with darker skin tones

Treating Stress-Related Hair Loss

How do physicians treat stress-related hair loss? First, they have to get to the root of the problem.

Healing Challenges After Facial Rejuvenation

From post-procedure laser to surgical facelift recovery, Dr. Joe Niamtu III offers insight and advice for patient healing challenges in and around the mid- and lower face from wearing a face mask.

The State of Natural Skincare

Natural skincare is in. But it isn’t always clear what natural skincare is.