2023 was a financially challenging year for many businesses and consumers, due to rising interest rates and widespread inflation. However, time and time again, the aesthetics industry has proven to be resilient in tough economic environments. And while consumers may be cutting back in other aspects of life, they’re continuing to spend in...
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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and exosomes both offer effective and innovative solutions for tissue repair, facial rejuvenation, and hair restoration.
As the landscape of aesthetic treatments continues to evolve, the latest exciting development has been the use of exosomes.
The GLIMPSE Professional Skin Evaluator has emerged as a game-changing innovation in the field of LED skin analysis. With its unique features and cutting-edge capabilities, GLIMPSE is reshaping the landscape of skincare and patient consultations and setting new standards for before-and-after imaging.
Microneedling has become a staple in the cosmetic industry, long celebrated for its non-invasive and transformative effects on the skin. As this treatment continues to evolve, the integration of exosomes has emerged as a revolutionary approach, providing numerous benefits for regenerative aesthetics.
In the ever-evolving landscape of regenerative aesthetics, where innovation meets precision, Cartessa Aesthetics is proud to introduce Chronos, the groundbreaking exosome treatment and advanced biologics brand that sets a new industry standard.
Exosome treatments have emerged as a revolutionary development for regenerative medicine, captivating the attention of healthcare professionals and patients alike.
It’s that time again: the holidays. Amid all the gift-giving and spreading of cheer, you may also find yourself inundated by holiday discounts and tax savings communications.
Erbium (erbium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet, or Er:YAG) and CO2 (carbon dioxide) skin resurfacing are popular methods used in aesthetics for skin revitalization and treatment of various skin conditions. Both 'ablative' lasers use high-powered light beams to heat and vaporize the top layer of skin—removing old or damaged skin, triggering the...
While modern microneedling and skin resurfacing treatments boast impressive results, they’re often accompanied by undesirable side effects—from recovery downtime and pain to redness and even scarring.
Recently, diabetes drugs like semaglutide and brands like Ozempic have gained tremendous popularity and buzz for their on- and off-label weight loss benefits. If you search Ozempic, you’ll see articles about celebrities who have purportedly used it and influencers who candidly share their experience.
After a summer refraining from treatments that may produce sun sensitivity, patients are now ready to resume their laser skin resurfacing and hair removal therapies—and your practice must be prepared.
One aesthetics treatment is revolutionizing the market with stunning results, unparalleled patient experiences, and versatile applications: RF microneedling.
RF Microneedling vs. Microneedling: The Key Differences That Will Take Your Practice to the Next Level
Microneedling has become one of the most sought-after aesthetics treatments for those wishing to improve the appearance of acne, wrinkles, fine lines, and more—with less downtime and side effects than traditional methods.
As many as one in three people live with some kind of skin condition such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. However, traditional aesthetics treatments often result in undesirable side effects and downtime for many who seek to improve associated scarring, wrinkles, and other irregularities.
The most common aesthetic concern for skincare patients continues to be acne and its side effects, including hyperpigmentation, pitting and scarring. A whopping 80% of people between 11 and 30 will experience acne, and 1 in 5 will suffer scarring. Although many attempt to minimize damage with chemical peels and similar procedures, these fail to...
Far less invasive than traditional elective surgeries, RF microneedling rejuvenates the skin with minimal downtime.
RF microneedling delivers the results of traditional elective surgeries without all the swelling, bruising, downtime, and other byproducts. This painless aesthetic treatment stimulates new skin growth by creating controlled micro-injuries that trigger the body’s natural healing response—and its efficacy and ease of use are only making it more and...