Reanne has kept up with the latest in skincare trends like Hydrodermabraision and Hydrotherapy treatments. In 2020 the Aesthetic Society reported that the most popular non-invasive treatment, behind neurotoxin and filler, was skin treatments like hydrotherapy and chemical peels. Reanne and Whisper Wood (her popular Seattle practice) have gotten on the forefront of this treatment trend with Cartessa Aesthetics’ advanced hydrodermabrasion device, Skinwave.
As thoughts of sunhats and swimsuits start to creep into our heads, so should strategies to keep patients coming through your practice doors. It’s laser season now, but that doesn’t mean you need to lock your ablative treatments away come summer. Instead, ensure you have those modalities that can continue to deliver the results your patients want without the downtime and sensitivity.
With 2020 coming to a close, the predictions for 2021 aesthetic trends have started to roll in. It’s clear that demand for non-invasive aesthetics treatments will continue to surge but here are the five trends that will fuel the non-surgical aesthetic market in 2021.
Okay- lets be real, 2020 has been a rough one… for us, our families and our skin. If you’re like many skincare clinicians, you’ve probably seen a spike in the number of patients walking through your doors with concerns of acne or what’s now been termed “maskne” in particular. “Conversations about acne have hit a record high in my practice and in my direct message box on Instagram” Dr. Whitney Bowe, Manhattan Dermatologists, told NY Times. With no end to mask-wearing in sight, educating your patients about the impact to their skin and how to control breakouts it is crucial. Here is what the aesthetic community suggests you do…
If you have a passion for health and wellness, odds are you have seen the recent rise in Hydrogen infused products and treatments – Hydrogen Water anyone? The truth is, the health benefits of hydrogen have been utilized for centuries across various categories because of its anti-aging benefits. So how does it work and why is it finding its way into aesthetic treatments – here we break it down.
Ahh Summer! The beautiful weather, the extra time with family and friends, and unfortunately… a slow down for your aesthetic practice. For those businesses opening up post COVID-19, this summer may not see the dip in traffic as patients swarm to give their quarantined skin a pick me up…but, individuals will still be concerned about sun-exposure and tolerance for downtime is surely near zero.
Just like that, another year is coming to an end which for aesthetic
practices everywhere means it’s time to gear up – and market yourself
strategically – for holiday season.
With the influx of events, celebrations, vacations and get-togethers that
the holiday season brings, comes the need to look and feel our best. What
better way to do that than with all of the amazing, best-in-class skin
treatments you offer in your office, right?
Are your aesthetic laser technologies inclusive? Can you treat a range of
skin types? Are you attracting all genders and age demographics? Let
Cartessa Aesthetics share our diverse product line to help your practice
service a wide range of clientele.
Skinwave integrates in-demand facial technology with new trends in hydrogen