This Week in Aesthetics: September 28 – October 2

October 2, 2020

This week in aesthetics, we highlight antihistamines for alopecia areata, the pros and cons of AAFPRS’s first virtual meeting, and more.

This week in aesthetics, Cheryl Whitman details the importance of word-of-mouth marketing, three physicians share treatment protocols, Dr. Randolph Waldman highlights the enduring nature of the aesthetic private practice, experts discuss the pros and cons of AAFPRS’s virtual annual meeting, DefenAge launches a new neck tightening product, a study examines the benefits of early intervention for diversity in medicine, and a study explains the efficacy of antihistamines for alopecia areata.

Virtual AAFPRS Meeting in Retrospect

AAFPRS leaders weigh in on their virtual annual meeting, noting pros and cons and opportunities for an evolving meeting approach.

3 Notable Protocols for Hair, Face, Breast

Three aesthetic physicians share their protocols for hair loss, facial rejuvenation, and capsular contracture.

DefenAge Announces New Neck Tightening Product

DefenAge today announces the launch of its 6-Week Perfection Neck Tightening Cream, adding to its defensin-based skincare product line.

Early Intervention Benefits Diversity in Medicine

A study examines the benefits of mentoring high schoolers to address racial disparity in medical education.

Business Tip of the Week: Word Of Mouth Marketing Is The Best

This week, Cheryl Whitman details the importance of understanding and implementing a professionally executed patient referral program.

Strength and Success in Our Specialty

From shutdowns and unknowns to allaying patient fears and reclaiming professional lives, indeed, the private practice goes on.

Antihistamines for Alopecia Areata?

A recent study examines the efficacy of antihistamines in combination with topical corticosteroids and superficial cryotherapy for the treatment of alopecia areata.