Biofilms after the introduction of fillers. What does a cosmetologist need to know?
Biofilms can be formed by various microorganisms, for example, bacteria, protozoa, or fungi. Biofilm formation steps include: Attaching bacteria to the surface Colony formation Biofilm ripening Dispersion. At the first…

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Upper eyelid ptosis: what a cosmetologist needs to know
Blepharoptosis, ptosis, ptosis of the upper eyelid, omitted upper eyelid - these terms are usually used to describe a condition in which the upper eyelid is omitted or displaced, which…

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Better to see once! The importance of real-time visual control for a cosmetologist
What gives the cosmetologist real-time visualization when working with micro-focused ultrasound? Why is it important? VKontakteFacebookTwitter We often mark important milestones that the aesthetic medicine industry is breaking through. It…

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The market of cosmetic anesthetics for the skin – what has changed over the year?

A year ago, an article was published on 1nep.ru Portal about the composition of some skin anesthetics used in cosmetology, as well as how the market for surface anesthesia is regulated by law, what risks are associated with the use of unregistered drugs for the patient and the doctor.

Has the situation changed over the year? Has the application anesthesia business become more legal and safer for patients? Below we present the results of an investigation of journalists from the newspaper Argumenty i Fakty.

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Microwaves Against Hyperhidrosis: Clinical Experience

More recently, cosmetologists could offer only short-term treatment to patients with increased sweating in the armpits. The application of the new hardware technique has opened up new possibilities: now, to eliminate the problem, one procedure is forever enough.

Axillary hyperhidrosis – excessive sweating in the axillary region. According to studies (Glaser et al. 2012), this condition is observed in 33% of the population. At the same time, the majority of patients with particular discomfort are not sweating in itself, but the unpleasant odor accompanying it.

There are two types of sweat glands: eccrine and apocrine.

Eccrine glands produce a transparent, odorless sweat designed for thermoregulation. Apocrine glands secrete a secretion of milk consistency, which when decomposed by bacteria creates a special body odor. Continue reading

The use of dye laser in the treatment of rosacea

The world scientific community is inclined to believe that the combination of pulsed dye lasers and photosystems with combination therapy is the prevailing method in rosacea therapy. Let’s consider a question in more detail.

Rosacea is a chronic relapsing disease, usually of the skin of the face, which has a polyetiological nature and is characterized by a staged course. Continue reading

Ruby Laser Cosmetology
The ruby ​​laser is the first working model of a quantum generator. It was designed and launched in 1960 by Theodore Maiman at the Hughes Research Laboratory in Malibu, USA.…

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Magiray: what can a drug do when science is behind beauty
Every day, thousands of cans of creams are produced in the world, which means that it is almost impossible to surprise the consumer. Beautiful slogans from advertising campaigns promise eternal…

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Correction of the lips as an art. Copyright correction techniques #BellaLips
Today, the main requirement for facial rejuvenation procedures is the individuality of approaches and assessment of the harmony of the face as a whole. The lip area (after the eye…

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HELEO4 ™ - Photodynamic Rejuvenation Therapy
The first clinical signs of photoaging appear in open areas of the skin, especially on the face, in the form of uneven color, dryness and thinning, impaired epidermal structure, decreased…

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