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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved a new use for Botox for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe lateral canthal lines in adults.
JAMA Dermatology, states that it is “rarely too early” to start the “conservative and thoughtful use of neuromodulators, fillers and noninvasive energy-based treatments.”
Men accounted for 1 million minimally invasive cosmetic procedures performed in 2011, up 56% from 2000, and are continuing to rise.
By: Lydia Sarfati
Luckily for today's professional skin care clients, the beauty industry has advanced by leaps and bounds when it comes to exfoliation.
If new medical treatments could slow the aging process and allow people to live decades longer, to at least 120 years old, would you want to have the treatments?
As discovered in a recent survey, Hispanic women are venturing more and more into facial plastic surgeon’s offices looking for a tweak.
By: Patricia Baker
The relationship you have with your clients can lead to an earlier diagnosis of this disease.
By: Michelle Goldsmith
By incorporating the Global Heritage Model into your facility, you will be better able to create treatment plans as individual and unique as each client you treat.
There has been a spike of women in their 40s and 50s who are uber-selfconscious about the sagging or loosening of the skin below the chin or jaw.
Researchers examined changes in the frequency of cosmetic dermatologic procedures performed in the United States from 1995 to 2010 and the physician specialties performing them.