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A report released by the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reveals cosmetic procedures have increased by 457% in the past 10 years, indicating the immense growth of the industry.
The drive for consumers to improve their personal appearance is increasing, according to a duo of reports from independant market analyst Datamonitor, and this is leading to more people seeking out minimally invasive treatments and professional personal care products.
Dermatologists are beginning to see more and more clients asking for smaller pores, directing them to seek a range of treatment options that can offer solutions.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD and Terri Wojak
Before endorsing a new product, take these steps in order to ensure claims are easily realized.
Company's new collaboration with Allergan, Inc. to develop line to address the need for specialized skin care as medical aesthetics market grows; to be sold exclusively in physicians' offices...
Skin may be able to heal more quickly and with less scarring by supressing a particular gene, according to University of Bristol researchers.
By Paul Hester, MD
Adaptability and focus are the keys to fostering a successful balance between medical and esthetics in a medical spa.
Recent research shows that the addition of ingredients such as niacin and peptides can help treat various conditions in mature skin.
The market analysis Web site Feed-back.com has released survey research on what services are found to be most valuable in dermatology, medical spa and plastic surgery facilities.
U.S. researchers have found that patients treated with massage in postsurgical situations have experienced less pain.