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The global aesthetic medicine market is booming, reports Grand View Research, with North America holding the largest share of the market, followed by Europe and the Asia Pacific region. The range of non-surgical treatments, ranging from Fraxel laser to autologous fat transfer, has enabled beauty lovers to turn back the hands of time in a minimally invasive manner that often requires little to no downtime. Below are just a few trending treatments being offered in the U.S.’s leading aesthetic medicine clinics and spas. Longevity Live Paid Post.

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Minimally Invasive Anti-Wrinkle Therapy

 November 16, 2021, is National Botox Day—a day that will be celebrated by fans of a therapy that enables people to get rid of deep facial wrinkles. Especially in the forehead area efficiently and quickly. Of course, obtaining a youthful appearance is not just about ‘freezing’ the muscles that cause you to frown. It’s also filling in areas that need plumping and lifting. In one session, you can have both treatments done, with the therapist applying Botox to your forehead. As well as fillers to plump the cheekbone area, volumize lips, and reshape the chin or nose.

A third, complementary treatment is fat transfer, which enables surgeons to use the patient’s own fat when larger quantities of filler are needed.

Fractora Radiofrequency Treatment

Fractora is an excellent choice for those targeting acne scars, age spots, wrinkles, and enlargened pores. All these problems can be targeted in just one session, thanks to the combined action of microneedling and radiofrequency energy. Fractora targets the deeper layers of skin, stimulating your skin to produce collagen. It can be used on various areas—including the face, neck, mouth, smile lines, lower eyelids, and more. It has a recovery period of between five to 10 days and the skin can feel a little sensitive for up to three days post-treatment.

Micropigmentation For Semi-Permanent Color

 There are many cases in which clients may require color to embellish specific parts of the body. These can include eyebrows, the upper/lower lids (in the form of eyeliner), and the lips. Micropigmentation can also play a vital role in covering scars that can appear around the areola after breast reconstruction. In cases of oncological micro-pigmentation, it can be employed to recreate nipples and give them a 3D effect.

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Deep Peeling

This treatment has a downtime of 10 to 14 days, but the results are quite dramatic. It is considered the most effective peel because it penetrates deep into the skin layers, solving problems like acne scarring, coarse wrinkles, and sunspots. It relies on a carbolic acid solution that removes the outer layers of skin so that newer, smoother skin can surface. This treatment is carried out by specialist doctors, who carefully monitor the procedure. Sedation is required and anesthesia is used to numb the face and reduce pain. It takes around two hours and its effects last for various years.

Non-surgical aesthetic treatments are booming in top clinics and spas across the nation. Just a few treatments to take note of include Botox, fillers, radiofrequency, and micro-pigmentation treatments. Deep peelings, meanwhile, are an excellent way to remove damaged layers of skin so that younger, smoother, firmer skin can shine through.

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The content in this editorial is for general information only and is not intended to provide medical or other professional advice. For more information on your medical condition and treatment options, speak to your healthcare professional.

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