Top Aesthetic Trends in 2018Posted on July 30, 2018
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Combined In-Office Treatments
Experts in the area of aesthetic enhancements report a significantly higher usage of lasers and other treatments, which are combined together for more comprehensive and individualized outcomes.
Surgeons aren’t focusing on providing isolated med spa procedures anymore. Instead, their goal is to combine various technologies to offer excellent signature treatments that are unique to their practice.
Treating Lines before they Appear
Analysts report that Botox Cosmetic as well as other neurotoxins, are becoming increasingly sought-after by younger patients. When it comes to fine lines and wrinkles, prevention is essential. Therefore, patients in the age group of 20 to early 30s are choosing treatments before the lines become visible.
Non-Surgical is the New Surgical
Researchers indicate that the trend in the rise of non-surgical procedures will continue upwards as new and innovative technologies are designed to tighten, shape, erase, lift and revitalize the skin.
Innovative techniques ranging from body contouring to fat melting will continue to provide patients with a host of options to further their cosmetic enhancement objectives. But plastic surgery, especially body and breast reshaping procedures, will remain popular for patients seeking more significant changes.
Micro-Botox becomes Mainstream
Experts indicate that micro-Botox will become a huge trend in cosmetology practices in the following year. Treatment providers inject micro-Botox in the dermal layer of the skin in amounts that are less than those used in a traditional Botox treatment.
This treatment reduces pore size, eliminates fine lines and wrinkles and reduces oil production. Injecting microfillers in areas where the skin tends to wrinkle has proven to promote collagen production in the body for more sustainable outcomes.
Operating-room Abs remain Popular
‘High-def Liposuction’ refers to the use of liposuction to sculpt athletic abs, and this technique will be massive in 2018. It uses traditional liposuction but provides more detailed contouring around muscle groups to enhance their appearance. Patients get the appearance of a six pack without the need to spend hours in the gym.
Focus on Our Own Bodies for Enhanced Outcomes
In 2018-19, focused researchers point to a trend involving a higher use of growth factors, nanofat or PRP, for the rejuvenation of the skin and improvement in hair growth. In the following year, the focus will be on encouraging our own cells to address certain signs of aging naturally.
Treatments such as microfiller injections (tiny amounts of fillers are injected into and beneath the skin), fat transfer in combination with a facelift or blepharoplasty (this restores lost volume improving the outcomes of these procedures) or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) enhance collagen production, cell growth and improved hair health when injected into the scalp.
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