It’s 2019, the aesthetics world is changing. There has been a shift away from invasive surgery, but we all want to look good, health and vibrant. People are caring for themselves better than ever before. Diets have improved and exercise levels have gone up. Or so we are lead to believe…
Aesthetics in the media
Don’t believe all you see. Celebrities and media personalities are still undergoing cosmetic procedures. The industry figures show that non-surgical and surgical procedures are on the rise.
The changing face of facial aesthetics
The power dressing of the 80’s and 90’s has gone, and we have become accustomed to a softer feel in fashion. The aesthetics world is the same. Injectable treatments have evolved. Where botox used to give patients a frozen appearance, devoid of expression, now, we use tiny doses to smooth lines. Dermal fillers replace lost volume, or add definition, rather than face changing effects. So many of the people that you know have probably invested in these basic procedures.
As a population, we are more savvy now. We understand that we cannot halt the ageing process, however, we can definitely make it more tolerable. What was once taboo, has become the norm. For instance, treatments such as hair transplants and breast augmentation are commonplace. In the same way, across various age groups, botox and fillers are used to reduce the speed of ageing.
Facial Aesthetics Technology
Technology has changed. The advent of lasers and micro needling and now the introduction of 4D mapping has helped deliver predictable results.
Botox Aesthetics 2.0
2019 has seen the development of a new botox toxin. Reportedly gentler but longer lasting, we expect this to have a positive effect on the industry.
Reversible Dermal Fillers
The days of having permanent dermal fillers are hopefully long gone. Now fillers are provided using cannula techniques to ensure risks are low. The materials now used, are reversible, so the risks are kept low.
Non-Surgical Facelifts & Aesthetics
Fillers are used to add definition and return volume in cases where previously the patient would have to go under the surgeons knife.
Aesthetics Tweak-ment not Treatment
Although all types of treatment, including surgical, have become more prevalent, there is a definite trend towards non-surgical tweaks. Tweak-ment is the buzz phrase at the moment.
Live life to its fullest. Stay happy and stress free. Make sure you get enough sleep. Drink lots of water, and get regular exercise. That is the best way to keep your skin looking fresh, health and devoid of age. If you need a little help, then consider some non-surgical facial enhancements to help you along the way. Most importantly, if you do seek treatment, always go to a qualified healthcare professional.
If you would like to discuss your options, please contact us.