Trends in medical aesthetics. Which medical beauty programs are the most popular?
Aug 25,2023 | iRENICE
As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, medical aesthetics had been a rapidly evolving field with several trends and popular procedures. Please note that newer trends may have emerged since then. Here are some trends and popular medical beauty programs that were relevant up until 2021:
Minimally Invasive Procedures: There has been a growing interest in minimally invasive procedures that offer noticeable results with less downtime. Treatments like Botox, dermal fillers, and non-surgical facelifts gained popularity due to their effectiveness and convenience.
Skin Rejuvenation: Procedures like chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and laser treatments have been popular for improving skin texture, reducing fine lines, and addressing issues like hyperpigmentation and acne scars.
Body Contouring: Non-surgical body contouring treatments, such as CoolSculpting and radiofrequency-based devices, gained traction for targeting localized fat deposits and toning areas of the body.
Injectables: Besides Botox and dermal fillers, other injectable treatments like Kybella (for reducing submental fat or "double chin") were becoming more widely used.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy: PRP treatments involve using a patient's own blood-derived plasma to stimulate collagen production and rejuvenate the skin. These treatments gained attention for their natural approach to skin revitalization.
Thread Lifts: Thread lift procedures, which involve inserting dissolvable threads under the skin to lift and tighten sagging areas, were gaining popularity as a non-surgical alternative to traditional facelifts.
Personalized Treatments: The trend of personalized medicine extended to aesthetics as well. Technologies like 3D imaging and analysis were being used to create tailored treatment plans for individual patients.
Regenerative Medicine: Stem cell therapies and other regenerative approaches were being explored for their potential to enhance skin rejuvenation and hair restoration.
Virtual Consultations: The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of virtual consultations, allowing patients to connect with medical professionals for assessments and recommendations without in-person visits.
Combination Treatments: Many patients were opting for combination therapies, where multiple treatments are strategically combined for enhanced results. For example, combining Botox with dermal fillers and laser treatments for a comprehensive facial rejuvenation.
Popular medical beauty products including:
- iRENICE hyaluronic acid injection dermal filler.
- iRENICE Skin booster treatment Mesotheraphy .
- PDO and PCL Thread lift .
- Botox .
Keep in mind that the field of medical aesthetics is continually evolving, with new technologies and techniques emerging regularly. It's important to consult up-to-date sources, industry publications, and relevant professional organizations for the latest trends and programs in medical aesthetics.