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The rise of regenerative aesthetics

02 February 2024
Volume 13 · Issue 1


BACN Chair Sharon Bennett discusses how the emerging field of regenerative medicine is transforming the aesthetics industry

Regenerative medicine and longevity health have emerged as transformative and important fields within the realm of aesthetics in 2024 and will continue to do so in 2024, changing how we approach beauty, wellness, and the aging process. Regenerative medicine focuses on harnessing the body's natural ability to heal and regenerate tissues. These treatments not only address aesthetic concerns but also promote overall skin health and vitality.

As science advances, we are seeing an agreeable paradigm shift across the sector, integrating regenerative medicine principles into aesthetic practices. This is reshaping the landscape, offering innovative solutions that extend beyond solely cosmetic enhancements.

It encompasses many different types of treatments and services, all of which require wider education and a depth of understanding and the BACN recognise that nurses are looking to learn and adopt the wider field of regenerative medicine into their practice. Longevity health in aesthetics emphasises a holistic approach that considers overall wellbeing. Integrating lifestyle interventions, nutritional support, and personalised wellness plans, aesthetic practitioners now address the root causes of ageing rather than merely treating the visible manifestations.

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