Changing Aspects of Aesthetic practices

Aesthetic practice is one of the branches of the dermatology which deals with the manual and operative procedures either to repair injuries or to enhance ones physical appearance. It comprises of both surgical and non-surgical procedures. The main cosmetic treatments involved in aesthetic practices are radiofrequency skin tightening, facelifts, chemical peels, breast implants, thermage etc.

All the Cosmetic Minimally-Invasive Procedures have had both incline as well as decline compared to statistics report of the both 2015 and 2016. Botulinum toxin type A and chemical peels both  had an incline of 4% and  Soft tissue fillers  had incline of 2% whereas Laser hair removal and Microdermabrasion treatments declined by 1 and 3 % as compared to 2016 report. The Botulinum Toxin type A injections was noticed to be commercially largest used injections for skin rejuvenation therapies.

Aesthetic practice is one of the branches of the dermatology which deals with the manual and operative procedures either to repair injuries or to enhance ones physical appearance. It comprises of both surgical and non-surgical procedures. The main cosmetic treatments involved in aesthetic practices are radiofrequency skin tightening, facelifts, chemical peels, breast implants, thermage etc.

All the Cosmetic Minimally-Invasive Procedures have had both incline as well as decline compared to statistics report of the both 2015 and 2016. Botulinum toxin type A and chemical peels both  had an incline of 4% and  Soft tissue fillers  had incline of 2% whereas Laser hair removal and Microdermabrasion treatments declined by 1 and 3 % as compared to 2016 report. The Botulinum Toxin type A injections was noticed to be commercially largest used injections for skin rejuvenation therapies.

  • Cosmetic filters
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Radiofrequency Thermage
  • Ablative and Non ablative laser

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