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5 Top Cosmetic Procedures of 2019

In the age of social media, the pressure to look better has driven more and more patients to consider minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.
Modern Times May 16, 2019
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, minimally invasive cosmetic procedures have increased nearly 200 percent since 2000.

Since new technology and research continue to create new ways to look better, cosmetic procedures are more popular than ever.

Laser skin rejuvenation

Laser skin rejuvenation treatments can improve your skin’s look without invasive surgical procedures. Laser skin treatments reduce the look of wrinkles by triggering skin cells to regenerate.

Divante Laser Medspa, a premier medical spa in Studio City, CA, uses the latest technology to improve aging skin.

Lip injections

Full lips are becoming increasingly popular. Lip injections not only transform lips, but can make a significant difference in the way faces look.

Lip injections are often minimally invasive and require a topical numbing agent. After the numbing agent is applied, the injection is performed.

Chemical peels

Chemical peels remove old skin to allow new skin to grow in its place. They create a bright, clear, and youthful complexion.

Contrary to popular belief, peels vary in strength, and not all chemical peels require a long recovery time. Chemical peels are ideal for those looking to reduce wrinkles, sun damage, and scarring from acne.

Body contouring

Cellulite effects nearly 93 percent of woman. However, new technology is able to eliminate cellulite while tightening the skin using infrared and radio-frequency.

Basically, fat cells, connective tissues, and collagen fibers are heated, resulting in improved elasticity and cellulite reduction.

Cheek fillers

Since tight skin and defined cheekbones symbolize youthfulness, people are turning to cheek fillers to add volume and definition.

Cheek fillers are available in two options: injectable fillers and facial surgery. These are minimally invasive, requiring little more than Oakley safety glasses to protect the skin and eyes against radiation.
Today, the push to look good is stronger than ever, making cosmetic procedures increasingly popular.