I often have patients in the office or at a seminar ask, "How many cosmetic procedures can be done at once?" And the short answer is, "It depends." The longer answer revolves around a few things. First, are the areas of the body that you want to treat in close proximity?...
Kline & Company's Kline Blog checked in on growing progress of the at-home beauty devices market in its post, "From Crow's Feet to Calluses: At-home Beauty Devices Cover it All." The blog post notes, "The at-home devices market saw another...
Premium beauty saw a strong 2013, with upticks in skin care, color cosmetics/makeup and fragrance. But what's ahead? Imogen Matthews Associates made the following predictions about what is set to be hot in the United Kingdom for premium beauty in 2014.
Duke University researchers say they have moved a step closer to being able to generate replacement cartilage where it's needed in the body by combining a synthetic scaffolding material with gene delivery methods. Initiating tissue repair with stem cells usually requires...
On her popular blog, Maskcara.com, Cara Brook, 28, sings the praises of highlighting and contouring one's facial features, a process she refers to as HAC'ing — pronounced "hacking". She gleaned the technique, in which a color a few shades darker than the skin is used...
More consumers are turning to physician-rating websites to seek information on their doctors, in the same way as they would when evaluating a new car to buy or a movie to watch, according to a survey released in the Journal of the American...
A new study released in Stem Cells Translational Medicine shows that many patients with defects to the skull, face or jaw bone might benefit from reconstructive surgery combining stem cells taken from adipose tissue seeded on resorbable scaffolds.
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