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What the Magic of Medicine Can Do For You in 2017

A woman’s inner beauty is important, and every woman wants her inner beauty to shine through her outer beauty. Hence, women spend thousands on cosmetics each year. However, sometimes more invasive techniques are required to achieve optimal results in one’s beauty.

That is where the magic of medicine comes in handy.

Here is a list of 5 noteworthy medical aesthetic trends for 2017:

1. Demographic Shift

Before 2017, cosmetic therapies were targeted toward older women. Now in 2017, a new target market is emerging: young women and young men, who are in their twenties.

Yes, cosmetic therapies (ex: Botox) are not even just for women anymore. For purposes of climbing the career ladder, men want to appear more youthful as well.

The reason behind this demographic shift is the age prevention benefit of Botox. This trend in shifting demographics is expected to be alive and kicking well into 2018.

2. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Blood is essential to life. Sometimes, blood needs to be drawn to inform doctors of a patient’s health, which can also be essential to life. Now in 2017, blood and blood drawing can be essential to a woman’s aesthetics in a natural treatment called Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP). The treatment consists of drawing a small amount of the patient’s blood and placing it in a centrifuge. The plasma from that blood is applied topically to absorb into the skin. It can even applied by micro-needling to get the plasma deeper into the skin. Here is an article about celebrity Kim Kardashian’s experience.

3. Next Generation Botox

As with any other great invention to humankind, Botox has made advancement as well. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Kybella, the predicted next generation Botox, in 2015. It is exceptional when used in the neck area to improve the aesthetics of those infamous double-chins. The active ingredient is a natural molecule that devours fat cells in the intended areas. Surveys show that 70% Kybella patients reaped positive results. Results are even long-lasting. Cosmos Clinic, experts for Botox injections in Adelaide, state that results from anti-wrinkle injections last 3-6 months.

4. Coolsculpting/Fat Reduction

The traditional remedy for weight loss is healthy diet and regular exercise. That will always be the supreme weight-loss remedy until the end of time. In an ideal world, body fat would not be so stubborn, but we do not live in an ideal world, unfortunately. That is where coolsculpting therapy comes to the rescue to help combat stubborn body fat, especially in the abdominal areas. Here is the official coolsculpting website.

5. Get a Preview

Computer technology has risen to great heights in the last decade. It has completely changed society’s methods of learning and communicating. Now over halfway through its second decade, it is about to transform the appearance of society, literally. Imaging software enables doctors and prospective patients to see the projected results of cosmetic therapy, so no patient is going into a cosmetic therapy blind.

If you are only in your twenties or are a man, there is no shame in getting Botox. Achieve radiant skin by the use of your own centrifuged blood. Join the 70% who are embracing the advancement of Botox by trying Kybella. Did diet and exercise not help in achieving your New Year’s Resolution to lose weight in 2017? Make your 2017 resolution a 2018 reality by turning to cool sculpting therapy. Ambivalent about any of the above cosmetic therapies? Get a preview of the magic it can do with imaging software.

Human progress has done miracles for society. It has taken humanity from the Ancient Egyptians using Henna in their makeup collection to the using our own blood to permanently improve the beauty of our skin in 2017. New Year’s’ resolutions of “losing weight” and “putting more effort into my appearance” have become so much simpler with medical aesthetics. This year, ring in 2018 with the great medical aesthetic trends of 2017.


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