Beauty Buzz: Aeshetic Trends for the Week Ending November 27, 2009

 

As we recover from yesterday's food coma, it's a good time to reflect on the past week..... and SHOP!

tattooed womanToday we asked the question "Does your doc Tweet?" As social media gets more popular and more businesses use networking sites, so too are physicians. In the aesthetic industry, doctors often inform patients of specials they are offering and distribute information about new procedures.



botax frustrationThere's been a lot of talk lately about the Botax, the proposed tax on elective aesthetic procedures. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) has said that it vehemently opposes such a tax, largely because it is discriminatory against middle class women.



Michael Jackson photoA prominent physician says Michael Jackson's death could have been avoided had his physician used proper brain monitoring for the propofol anesthesia he administered to Jackson.



woman in dark red braNatural Breast Augmentation is an exciting new option in breast augmentation that removes fat from one part of the body and places it in another. A similar fat transfer procedure is also available for buttock augmentation.



shopping in a crowdToday is Black Friday when shoppers converge in shopping malls and stores around the country racking up deals and presents for the holidays. Doorbuster deals were very popular this morning, enticing shoppers with promises of excellent gifts at even better prices.

THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 ARTICLES

  1. Brain Monitoring Could Have Saved Michael Jackson's Life
  2. Chaz Bono Discusses Gender Reassignment on Good Morning America
  3. Real Housewives of Orange County Lynne Curtin's Dramatic Plastic Surgery Results
  4. Democrats Propose BOTAX on the Middle Class
  5. Moving the Fat Around with Natural Breast Augmentation

THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 PROCEDURES

  1. ZERONA
  2. Cosmetic Surgery
  3. Thermage
  4. BOTOX
  5. SmartLipo