Three of the Most Trending Treatments of 2020

April 12, 2020 By visage

woman getting injectablesAs we head further into the new year, the cosmetic surgery industry will see a number of treatments becoming popular and trending within the surgical and non-invasive markets. There has been a definite rise in non-invasive and minimally-invasive treatments as technology has progressed, and many are looking to feel empowered and are looking for preventative and the best-of-the-best treatments to enhance their natural beauty. New and advanced fillers, muscle contouring, and minimally-invasive skin procedures have gained the most attention, and the approach of a combination of human touch and high-quality methodology has taken over the market today. Read on to find out more about three of the many emerging face and body treatments of 2020.


Face: Preventative Injectables

The industry sees an increasingly younger population of people using fillers and botox early in life to take advantage of its anti-aging benefits. Neurotoxins and fillers have been improved and are shown to last longer and work with many more skin types. Light use of injectables like Botox, Jeuveau, and Dysport are said to be good for preventable care. This “less is more” mentality has encouraged people to start early and go for more minimal procedures to avoid long-term maintenance and more intense procedures later on in life. 


Body: Body Shaping with Botox (Botulinum Toxin)

This trend started in South Korea, a pioneer of plastic surgery and aesthetic procedures. Botox is often synonymous with enhancements of the face, but the new trend concerns body shaping with Botox. Botox can be used to slim the muscles of the shoulders, neck, calves, thighs, and other places to contour the body, and effects can last for around six months.   


Face: PRP Skin Resurfacing

Also popularly known as the Vampire Facial, the PRP skin resurfacing process involves extracting a minimal sample of the patient’s blood that is placed in a centrifuge to separate red blood cells from the plasma. The plasma promotes collagen production and the repair of damaged tissues. Consequently, the PRP is injected into the areas of treatment to treat wrinkles, fine lines, and skin texture, among other issues. 

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