Cryolipolysis: In a huge switch from the lasers which melt fat - CoolSculpting freezes it - and without surgery.
4 medical powerhouse groups have come together to create a new organization dedicated to patient safety.
The newly FDA-cleared CoolMini for the reduction of submental fat is now available at Mirror Mirror Beauty Boutique
If you've tried neck exercises, neck-tightening creams etc, but can't erase that dreaded double chin there is still hope. The new FDA-approved KYBELLA™ injection is the first and only FDA-approved injectable drug that gets rid of a double chin, all without surgery.
Facial fillers and aesthetic devices are becoming more popular but are they truly replacing the surgical face lift procedure?
Laser and radio frequency based devices are now available to greatly reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
In a recent "Today Show" piece, movers and shakers in Hollywood said that they're looking for more natural looking actresses.
Syneron's eMatrix rejuvenates skin without the risk of other light based devices.
Playmates have mommy bellies too!
The latest and greatest in technologies and techniques in dermatology and dermatologic surgery will be shared and discussed this weekend during the ASDS and ASCDAS conference in Chicago.
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery discussions include anti-aging treatments, injectable and implantable soft tissue fillers, botulinum toxin treatments, correction of acne scarring, chemical peeling, tumescent liposuction, vein therapy, hair restoration, laser surgery, skin cancer treatment and reconstructive flaps and grafts, and more.
Growing options for facial shaping and rejuvenation.
Physician Group urges consumers to be aware of non-approved cosmetic injections.
It's time again for Friday Fact or Fiction and we'll ask if skipping meals is a good plan for weight loss. Also, you hear a lot about subcutaneous fat and visceral fat, and today we'll clue you in about the differences between both. Finally, learn what the risks associated with hormone replacement therapy are - today on American Health and Beauty.
As the number of teens having neurotoxin injections is on the rise, the aesthetic industry needs to take a stance - is it okay or not?
Women are seeking Botox and Dysport treatments in their teens and twenties hoping to prevent wrinkles from forming. With these products, is an ounce of prevention really worth a pound of cure?
Stretch marks don't have to be such a struggle, just ask for your aesthetic physician's help.
Hydroquinone has fallen out of favor and is now banned in Europe because of its cytotoxic effects. Luckily, consumers can now turn to Lumixyl, a safe and effective alternative.
The FDA has just cleared a fractional resurfacing laser to treat stretch marks.
In the midst of a tsunami of backlash from the public, the proposed tax on elective cosmetic procedures has been removed from the health care reform bill.