This Week in Aesthetics: May 31 – June 4

Katie Hobbins, Editor

This week in aesthetics, we highlight a new nonsurgical eyelid lift option, protecting the practice while donating goods and services, and more.

This week in aesthetics, a new FDA approved eyedrop offers a nonsurgical option for eyelid lifts, a study examines filler hypersensitivity post-COVID-19 illness, Joe Niamtu, III, DMD, highlights how to safeguard the practice when donating goods and services to charitable organizations, and a new study details the potential of hydrolyzed marine collagen for anti-aging.

Liquid Eyelid Lift?

A new FDA-approved eyedrop offers patients a nonsurgical option for eyelid lifts.

Filler Hypersensitivity Post-COVID-19 Illness

Does COVID-19 antigens cause hypersensitivity to dermal fillers?

Marine Collagen—Safe and Effective for Skin Rejuvenation?

New study examines the safety and efficacy of hydrolyzed marine collagen on skin elasticity, wrinkles, and hydration in women.

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Donating to charitable organizations is a great way to give back to the community, however, physicians and practices need to place concrete safeguards to protect against being scammed, says Joe Niamtu, III, DMD, who knows the hurt of this very real situation.