According to Mt. Kisco, NY, dermatologist David E. Bank, MD, Botox Cosmetic and other neurotoxins are becoming much more popular with youngerclientele. “People are not waiting for lines to form before they start neurotoxins,” he explains. “Prevention is key, and patients in their 20s and early 30s are getting treated before the lines are apparent.” This will helps with maintain youth and ageless.
Miami plastic surgeon Sean Simon, MD, says the nonsurgical trend will continue to grow as new and improved technologies are developed to shape, tighten, lift, erase, and generally rejuvenate the skin. “From body sculpting to fat melting, innovations in noninvasive procedures will continue to offer patients a multitude of options to meet their desire for self-improvement. Plastic surgery, especially breast and body contouring procedures, will remain a mainstay for more dramatic changes.”
According to New York dermatologist Dr. Debbie Palmer, micro-Botox is destined to be a trend in dermatologist offices next year. “Micro-Botox is injected more superficially, in the dermal layer of skin, and in smaller quantities than a normal Botox treatment, and it works to decrease pore size, smooth skin and decrease oil production.” Dr. Marotta says microfiller injections in areas where skin wrinkles have been shown to stimulate the body’s production of collagen for a longer-lasting effect. “This technique has become very popular in Europe.”