Selfie side-effect? Men discovering cosmetic treatments, says dermatologist

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Some call it “Bro-tox,” but that catch-all phrase includes any number of cosmetic skin treatments that are increasingly attracting men. Guys – particularly younger ones – are  becoming more interested in cosmetic skin treatments, according to a dermatologic surgeon who specializes in male aesthetics. “Treatments are not just for women,” said Terrence Keaney, MD, a [...]

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Study: Dermatologists the ‘pioneers’ for facial injectables

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Who doesn’t want treatment from the specialists who have led the way? From hip replacement to brain surgery, most patients undoubtedly would prefer the practitioners who have been at the forefront of research and the latest procedures. And for anti-aging injectable treatments for the face, dermatologists are those practitioners, the groundbreaking innovators in five of [...]

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Treatments for men on the go

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In recent years, technology for cosmetic treatments has become so extensive that individuals can really pick and choose a treatment that perfectly suits their lifestyle and budget. While the majority of cosmetic patients are women, ASDS member dermatologist Mary P. Lupo, MD, has found that men are becoming more interested in aesthetic treatments as well. [...]

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Consumers: Why we’re waiting for cosmetic treatments

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While consumers are increasingly interested in cosmetic dermatologic procedures, a new survey reveals some are waiting to pick up the phone and make an appointment not only because of the cost but also because they “may not get the results” they are looking for and don’t know what practitioner to see. One observation addresses all [...]

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In ASDS survey, consumers rate wrinkle-relaxers, fillers and body sculpting treatments tops

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What cosmetic treatments do consumers think work best? They give the nod to wrinkle-relaxers, soft-tissue fillers and body sculpting treatments, according to survey data on cosmetic skin treatments released by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. All three treatment categories received satisfaction ratings of 90 percent or above for the second straight year. And the [...]

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