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Facial aesthetic treatments in East Asian populations

Asian people make up the world's largest ethnic group. It is important to note that not all Asian populations are similar, nor do they all have identical face morphology, cultural beliefs or ideals of...

Dynamic muscle discord in the context of non-surgical lip enhancement

The mentalis muscle is a central muscle that is situated at the tip of the chin. In addition to raising the chin, the mentalis muscle elevates the lower lip and, when more strongly contracted, can...

An introduction to treating rosacea

Diagnosis of rosacea can be difficult at times. The rash in this condition is central on the face, sparing the periorbital and perioral region..

How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected obesity levels and how liraglutide may play a role in its control

The extended quarantine period, widespread shutdown duration and adverse psychological reactions to the pandemic are believed to have had an unintended consequence of weight gain..

Advanced thread lifting in medical aesthetic practice

Absorbable threads rely upon short-term, bio-stimulation of the tissue to accelerate fibrosis rather than suspend the tissue. They are unable to offer any lasting lift to the skin, as they rapidly...

Five trending facial treatments and their relationship with skin health

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive, superficial physical exfoliation procedure that removes the skin barrier (El-Domyati et al, 2016). It is used to resurface the skin and stimulate subsequent...

CPR of complications

» Both capillary refill time and intradermal tests are not 100% foolproof, as both false positive and negative outcomes are possible. Therefore, they should not be solely relied upon, and a number...

Research Roundup

While staphylococcal and herpes simplex virus are commonly recognised in atopic dermatitis, less is known about other types of infections..

Hyaluronidase use in aesthetic medicine: a review

This integrative literature review will aim to present evidence for the safety of hyaluronidase administration in the aesthetic field. The purpose of this integrative literature review is to provide...

Treating chronic migraines with botulinum toxin

In acute migraine, the episode lasts 4–72 hours. There is usually a prodromal period prior to the headache that might consist of symptoms such as irritability, tiredness, dizziness, hunger, nausea, or...

An introduction to chemical peels for the body

With minimal visible peeling, superficial and medium-depth skin peels require little to no downtime at all (Zakopoulou and Kontochristopoulos, 2006; Landau, 2008). They are a desirable treatment due...

Using platelet-rich plasma for skin rejuvenation

Skin is a barrier that protects the body from water loss and micro-organism infection. It is thought that it also has an important cosmetic role, as a youthful and beautiful appearance may have a...

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