Facial Rejuvenation Markets Analyzed in New Cutting-Edge Report by Kalorama Information13 Feb 2013 • by Natalie Aster
Non-ablative approaches that improve the collagen in the skin, botulinum injections that lessen wrinkles caused by years of frowning and excess muscle tone can be lessened. Wrinkles of the forehead, frown, and crow’s feet are the most commonly treated areas. However, upper lip, chin and neck wrinkles can be treated as well. Finally, filler agents such as collagen injections are ideal for deep smile lines.
According to the report “Worldwide Facial Rejuvenation Markets, 4th Edition” by Kalorama Information the use of non-ablative techniques, in addition to botulinum and filler agents can dramatically improve the skin. All can be done is less than 1 hour. There is no significant visible wound. They are all ideal for a high quality medical spa.
Worldwide Facial Rejuvenation Markets, 4th Edition
Published: January, 2013
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In addition to anti-aging and wrinkle treatments, laser hair removal is a commonly performed procedure in medical spas. Laser hair removal has become the most popular worldwide cosmetic laser procedure. The number of women seeking hair removal exceeds the number of men by 3:1. However, with the current popularity of laser hair removal, an increasing number of men also are seeking treatment. People are seeking a faster solution than electrology and a more permanent alternative to waxing.
The hairs that currently respond to laser hair removal are known as terminal hairs. These are the longer thicker darkened hairs. They contain abundant melanin - the substance that absorbs laser light. Blond or white hairs are not well treated at this time. Multiple sessions are required because hair is thought to be ideally treated in the growing cycles. The only study that has compared efficacy of laser hair removal as compared to electrolysis has shown better results following laser treatment.
More information can be found in the report “Worldwide Facial Rejuvenation Markets, 4th Edition” by Kalorama Information.
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