Global trends in cosmetology
How global beauty trends influence brand success, what manufacturers need to remember and what aesthetic medicine expects in the near future VKontakteFacebookTwitter Today, more and more manufacturers are asking the…

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Ultrasound face cleansing and external preparations as acne correction tools
Acne has long been perceived as an infectious disease, but data from Das, Reynolds 2014 and other researchers have revealed that it is an inflammatory process in which the bacteria…

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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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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?
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We often mark important milestones that the aesthetic medicine industry is breaking through. It happens as if imperceptibly, because during daily work we do not notice how time flies. It would seem that just a couple of years ago the technology of micro-focused ultrasound appeared, but in fact it happened more than 10 years ago! For cosmetology, this is a particularly important period – it is after 10 years of “life” in the market that we can say that the
technique can be considered truly safe, standard and approved without any “buts”. We talked with Irina Continue reading

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 leads to a narrowing of the palpebral fissure and overlapping part of the eye2. In this case, the omission of the upper eyelid can be both congenital and acquired and can be a sign or symptom of a more serious neurological disease or tumor in the orbit (ptosis that arose in adulthood) .

Normally, the edge of the upper eyelid in an adult is 0.5–2 mm below the upper limb of the cornea and does not cover the pupil
Blepharoptosis can occur at any age due to various factors. It should be remembered that when a patient 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…

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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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XEOMIN in the treatment of acne, post-acne and oily seborrhea of the facial skin
The article is devoted to the use of Xeomin to reduce sebum production and pore size, as well as to correct acne and post-acne VKontakteFacebookTwitter The relevance of the treatment…

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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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