Welcome to the our Aesthetic Medicine news roundup, 12 March 2021.

News Roundup

Christchurch doctors develop fat-firming plastic surgery technique
A patient’s own fat can be a crucial “filler” in any reconstructive surgery, and particularly for women who have undergone a mastectomy. But the fat often gets absorbed into the patient’s body and they have to go under the knife over and over to replace it.


How Doctor-Formulated Skincare Brands Are Disrupting The $130 Billion Dollar Beauty Industry
For years, the big-name beauty industry players have followed a standard formula—launch a product a huge advertising budget, big claims, and a celebrity face. The formulators behind the products have been largely been anonymous, with the weight of marketing being supported by the brand’s reputation.


Lutronic Announces Strong Year in 2020 & Appoints Dr. Omar Ibrahimi of Connecticut as its Medical Director
Lutronic, a leading developer of energy-based medical devices, announces a strong 2020 U.S. performance. The Company has had a double-digit growth year-over-year despite the challenge of the world-wide COVID-19 pandemic.


Beauty skin deep, and pockets lined
Looking to up your looks game? Many Chinese have found it quite convenient to get the job done through aesthetic medicine services delivered by internet platforms.


How Joan Kron’s Reporting on Plastic Surgery Changed Beauty Journalism
For 25 years, her writing lit up the pages of Allure, pulling back the curtain on cosmetic procedures and introducing an entire generation to plastic surgery. We caught up with the iconic reporter, now 93, in celebration of our 30th anniversary.


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