What will 2011 bring in the aesthetic industry? American Health and Beauty shares 7 aesthetic trends that are going to be hot in 2011.
Prevelle Lift, a new facial filler that may be coming to the U.S., has powerful lifting properties and addresses deeper facial lines and wrinkles.
Managing an aesthetic practice takes a different kind of manager who is familiar with the nuances of running a cosmetic medical office.
1 in 4 UK surgeons have seen patients with complications
Popularity of anti-aging injections continue, as do false claims and risk.
A plastic surgeon in Baltimore says face lift candidates are increasingly delaying more extensive surgical facial cosmetic surgery in favor of noninvasive "injectable" face lift procedures, which offer a smaller-scale, much faster alternative to traditional facial plastic surgery.
Thermage procedure now features a new advancement in technology that will tighten skin and reduces cellulite twice as fast. Dr. Lisa Zdinak has been granted exclusive access to debut the Body Tip 16.0 technology by Thermage in New York City.
This morning on American Health and Beauty, we'll tell you how to make better choices when you're at the drive thru, and share some new research on how your diet may affect your chances of developing pancreatic cancer. Also, what you're drinking may have a serious effect on your risk of diabetes.
Facial fillers are making the move to adding local anesthetic to their formulas, and they're available now.
Juvederm XC recently announced that it has received approval from the US FDA. It functions just as original Juvederm with the added advantage of lidocaine, a local anesthetic.
Prevelle, a hyaluronic acid (HA) based facial filler, promises immediate results with minimal pain.