The Top 5 Aesthetics Treatments For Summer 2023
By: Jacob Thorold
May 30, 2023
As we draw closer to the summer months, our bodies may struggle to adapt to the warmer weather. Many of us want a quick fix to revive dull-looking skin and tone flabby areas of our bodies.
Thankfully, treatments are available with a quick recovery time, enabling us to be summer ready!
Top Aesthetic Treatments To Have In Summer
Below are popular treatments practitioners, beauticians, and aesthetic specialists can offer clients to improve their skin and define features.
If you desire a particular area to be improved, whether to look younger, fresher, boost self-confidence, or all three, then discover the sought-after treatments to choose which are suitable for you.
1) Dermal Fillers
Lack of sun during the colder months can leave skin looking pale and dry, emphasising the hollows beneath the eyes that make someone appear older.
In this instance, Dermal fillers should be the go-to treatment.
This anti-ageing treatment, considered safer than laser-based counterparts, contains active ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid (HA) and collagen, which help nourish the skin.
Dermal fillers can:
- Restore volume by filling hollows in facial skin.
- Make lips appear fuller by plumping and adding definition.
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
If you are a professionally trained practitioner, you can inject dermal fillers at different skin depths according to your client’s needs. The gel-like substance will fill and plump their skin, helping it appear smoother and younger-looking.
Below are some of the dermal filler side effects your clients should expect:
To reduce the above symptoms, you should advise your clients to:
- Apply a cold compress for ten minutes every half an hour on the day of the treatment.
- Avoid exercise for 24 hours.
- Avoid saunas and hot showers.
- Use a topical cream three times a day.
- Do not wear makeup for 24 hours.
- Avoid alcohol for 24 hours.
If you are considering booking a dermal filler appointment, then it is normal if you experience the symptoms mentioned after receiving dermal filler treatment. If your symptoms persist or worsen after seven days, seek advice from your clinic/doctor.
If you’re seeking another non-surgical treatment to offer your clients to reduce signs of ageing, consider botulinum toxin, commonly known as botox or botox toxins.
Botox is considered less invasive than other treatments, is relatively quick and painless, and has few side effects. To effectively and safely inject botox into your client’s desired area, you must be a qualified practitioner.
Botox works by blocking nerve signals and paralysing the desired area and is commonly used to relax muscles to reduce facial wrinkles and lines, particularly in specific areas such as:
- Around the corners of the eyes.
- Between the eyebrows, where frown lines form.
- Around the mouth.
- On the nose.
Botox is also an effective treatment if you want a brow lift. Your practitioner will administer multiple injections around the lower forehead and eyes to elevate the brows, reduce fine lines, and open the eyes for a youthful appearance.
Keep your symptoms to a minimum after having botox treatment by following the aftercare instructions given by your treatment provider. These should be similar to the following:
- Avoid touching the affected area.
- Gently exercise your face on the day of treatment.
- Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours.
- Do not wear makeup for 24 hours.
- Avoid alcohol for 24 hours.
Suppose you are a trained professional wishing to add Botox as a treatment you can offer your clients; you must understand the different techniques required to achieve dramatic yet natural-looking results for your client.
Do you want to offer the latest skincare trend to your clients? Consider microneedling treatment for high-quality results.
The benefits of microneedling are vast; it can help enhance your client’s beauty and improve their health.
Microneedling involves poking needles into your client’s facial skin. Tiny holes that form on your client’s skin after the procedure will trigger their body’s healing response. The targeted area will receive more collagen and elastin, quickening their skin growth, which is good if they suffer from skin issues like acne.
You may want to consider this type of treatment to reduce the following:
- Fine lines.
- Scar visibility.
Microneedling is perfect if you want to improve your skin for the summer since it should only take 24 hours to recover, and the microneedling results will be noticeable almost immediately!
4) Fat Dissolving
Does your client want a slimmer body before investing in a summer wardrobe? Try injecting a fat-dissolving treatment.
Fat-dissolving injections, such as Aqualyx, are based on deoxycholic acid, which our bodies naturally have.
This active ingredient targets fat cells and triggers emulsification, meaning unwanted fat cells will dissolve in your tissue.
If your client wants to eliminate fat around their face to define cheeks or reduce a double chin, then Lipo Lab is an effective treatment you can use.
5) PDO Thread Lift
For a youthful-looking appearance, consider having a PDO thread lift to tighten skin areas prone to ageing and looking tired.
A PDO thread lift is ideal if you do not want surgery and want to recover quickly before summer.
PDO threads are medical threads made from high-density polydioxanone, which lift and tighten saggy facial skin.
If you are an experienced and qualified practitioner, you can use PDO Thread Lift Products on your clients for various reasons.
For example, PDO thread lifts can treat the following:
- Crow’s feet.
- Frown lines.
- Drooping brows.
- Mouth creases.
- Drooping cheeks.
- Saggy skin.
- Nasolabial folds.
You insert the dissolvable threads into your client’s desired area using a needle to do the procedure.
As well as tightening your client’s skin, PDO threads effectively induce collagen and elastin production, providing strength and structure to the skin, and making it look more youthful.
Whether you’re a professionally trained practitioner or looking for a fast-acting treatment to revive your skin for the summer, you should now understand the popular aesthetic treatments of 2023.
If you are an aesthetic practitioner and want to further your training, Revolve Medicare offers various courses, from an introductory course in dermal fillers to an advanced course in botox.
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