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Laser treatments often are used to rejuvenate the skin, although the underlying processes have remained mostly unexplained. However, research from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands suggests the laser's heat rather than its light is the mechanism behind skin rejuvenation.
By: Tracy L. Drumm
Developments in the market have created a new position for laser hair removal treatments.
By: Elise Oberliesen
Find out what tactics can help your laser hair removal business make more money.
By: Rocio Yaffar
Essential oils and body treatment techniques can help enhance patients' medical esthetic results and complement a physician's practice.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Botox injection to prevent headaches in adult patients with chronic migraine.
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Statistics gathered during the last several years indicate a rise in the overall number of cosmetic and aesthetic surgeries; however, the percentage of teenagers—those 18 and younger—having cosmetic surgery has remained relatively constant.
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Procedures such as Botox injections, skin resurfacing, hair removal and laser lipolysis are seen as some of the fastest growers.
By: Rocio Yaffar
The first of this two-part series addresses how estheticians can collaborate with physicians to enjoy greater financial benefits.