Newsmakers

MedEsthetics May/June 2018 Newsmakers

Skin typing is an important concern for aesthetic practitioners. For years, questions lingered regarding the use of injectables in patients at risk of keloid scarring, and it was only through...

Aesthetics Innovation

A new event geared toward driving and fostering innovation in the medical aesthetics industry will take place on April 25, 2018, in conjunction with The Aesthetics Meeting in New York City.

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Botulinum toxin with faster onset of action on horizon

While the aesthetics industry has been focused on new botulinum toxin products and dosing strategies geared toward increasing longevity of results, a new company Bonti has been developing EB-001,...

The use of dermal fillers for hydration is making its way to the U.S.

Hydrating fillers—low-viscosity hyaluronic acid-based materials injected superficially throughout the face to improve skin tone—have become popular offerings outside of the U.S. and are finding...

MedEsthetics July/August 2017 Newsmakers

As aesthetic treatments become more varied and efficacious, there remain some key gaps in treatment options. For example, laser hair removal is one of the most pop­ular services offered in...

Michael Southall on sunscreen's rejuvenating effects.

Daily sunscreen use is one the most powerful tools available to protect against the signs of aging. Skincare professionals have been saying this for years, yet consumers—even those most concerned...