2019 Aesthetic Trends
Less invasive therapies will remain an aesthetic trend in 2019 and will eventually replace surgical treatments. The new year is going to be more about achieving a “natural” look with cosmetic procedures. People are wanting to look more like themselves this year, just a little refreshed and refined.
Whether you’re looking to turn back time or add something DNA forgot, we can customize a treatment plan to fit your individual goals, facial structure, age, and genetic composition. In order to enhance your natural beauty; you, only better.
Which 2019 trend are you going to try this year?
1. Less Invasive Alternatives to Traditional Procedures
Sculptra Aesthetic, which saw 31 percent interest growth on RealSelf last year, is FDA-approved to treat facial wrinkles, but a growing number of providers are using the injectable for buttock augmentation. Booty lift anyone?
2. Jawline/Chin Filler
Jawline filler is increasing in popularity as jaw contour as jaw contour allows the face to appear more youthful and feminine. Adding filler to the chin completes this look adding a slimming effect to the entire face.
3. Masseter Botox
Botox paralyzes muscles, and teeth grinding is caused by the masseter muscle going into nocturnal overdrive. Weaken the masseter muscle and you alleviate most, if not all, of this tension. Getting Botox injected into this area also slims the face!
4. Non-surgical rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty is surgery on the nose. Instead of choosing a permanent, surgical method with extensive recovery needs, many are now choosing dermal filler injections to the nose that takes 45 minutes and can completely reshape the nose. The filler is usually hyaluronic acid, a substance that is naturally found in the human body. Lasting from one to two years, dermal fillers are projected to skyrocket in 2019.
A minimally invasive procedure that relies on the body to do the work, microneedling stimulates the production of collagen, the substance in the skin that gives it its strength. The results include a more youthful appearance as collagen strengthens the skin, filling it out and helps to reduce the appearance of acne scarring, and discolorations of the skin. It also improves the overall tone and texture of the skin. Microneedling had strong growth in 2018, and this trend is only expected to continue into 2019.
6. Preventative Treatments
According to experts, in 2019 a large number of patients will start getting treatments at an earlier, younger age for prevention purposes. Younger patients are starting Botox, filler, microneeding and other skin care treatments earlier to prolong themselves for the more invasive surgeries they might need in the future.