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The Advancements Of Anti-Ageing I– Our Changing Face Entry Page

Posted by Dr Ashish Dutta on 23 June 2018

The Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing World Congress recently presented their 2018 event in Monaco in front of the 12,000 plus members and organizations that inhabit the perceived ´twilight world´ of cosmetic surgery and its advancements – in a vain attempt to show the industry and its progress with a more positive and rejuvenated face, to the rest of the world.

The whole event was staged over four fact-filled days, complete with the industry’s leading voices regaling the latest and greatest transformational techniques to fellow professionals from around the world (alongside, no doubt some curious and wealthy clients) judging by the palatial surroundings of the conference centre. In reality, it is the complete chance to preview all that will be the cosmetically enhanced shape of things to come.


Injectable Skincare

These days, Botox is no longer the new kid on the block, although it still continues to be very popular as a base-line facial rejuvenating treatment; especially when combined with injectable fillers for other facial areas such as cheek enhancement. However, there are newer more subtle filler gels on the market which are made from Hyaluronic Acid and are more flexible than the traditional fillers, making them more water absorbent and the ideal medium to soften skin gently from just beneath the surface dermal layer. Keep a lookout for trending brands such as Restylane, Teosyal Redensity and Juvederm Volite.

The unspoken star of the show within industry wunderkind´s was Profhilo. This moisturizing injectable (due to its unique properties which helps to initialize the production of Elastin, Collagen and Hyaluronic Acid) work wonders in helping the skin to look smoother. It takes only two to three courses, a month apart, to make a visible difference to more delicate and vulnerable areas such as the neckline and face. With courses of treatments starting at around £800, it looks very good value for money against the results it gives.


Grow Your Own Facelift

The cult ´Sci-Fi´ style plasma injection technique, PRP, uses Platelet Rich Plasma which is extracted from the client’s own blood and then re-injected into the surrounding facial tissues to ‘kick-start‘ the growth of new Elastin and Collagen around the treated areas. By going one step further, these concentrated plasma and stem cell deposits are then used as a basic regeneration platform for the generation of newer skin cells or even can be added to the fat transfer for a better outcome.

Admittedly, you’ll be £5,000 out of pocket for the Fat Transfer to the face with PRP, but for state-of-the-art enhancement and the bravery of ´early adopters´, it seems like the ultimate investment.