This week in aesthetics, we talk pandemic protocol for facial injections, making your medical spa a profit center and more.
This week in aesthetics, Revance announces it will begin introducing its aesthetic portfolio in September, Cheryl Whitman explains how to make the medspa a profit center, Italian physician Angelo Labrozzi talks food supplements and hair loss, and Dr. Suneel Chilukuri details his COVID-19 safety protocol for facial injections. Dr. Anna Chacon discusses treatments for the double chin, ISHRS announces their decision to go virtual for the 2020 World Congress, and a study examines PRFM for skin improvements.
Many nutrients in food supplements may be effective for hair health, but deficiencies vary and may require individualized treatment.
Revance announces that it will begin introducing its prestige aesthetics portfolio with the RHA collection of dermal fillers this September.
Are you interested in growing your aesthetic medical practice? A medspa may be the solution (and you might already have one and just don’t realize it).
According to Dr. Suneel Chilukuri, masks make injectable treatments more difficult, but he has refined a safe and effective approach.
Dr. Anna Chacon discusses three common treatment options for improving the appearance of a full, sagging, or wrinkled neck.
The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery announces its decision to move its 2020 World Congress to a virtual meeting, October 17 to 25.
Researchers report on a 12-week randomized, placebo-controlled, single-center study with the Canfield VISIA Complexion Analysis System to examine the effect platelet-rich fibrin matrix has on the skin.