INSIGHTS

Jan 24, 2016
Read Part I of this new article on the history of tattoos and tattoo regrets: “Women are the ones who show up at tattoo removal clinics and tend to go through with it. Men may not like their tattoos either, but a lot of them don’t follow through with the decision-making to have it done.”
Dec 10, 2015
Top reasons for removal include: Related to an ex-partner, Done as a joke or when drunk, Faded or blurred appearance or Badly done.
Nov 16, 2015
Among the most popular procedures are: Body Shaping/Skin Tightening, Hair Removal, Fractional Skin Rejuvenation and Tattoo Removal. "Through 2019, total male market sales are expected to rise by 11.4% per year, on average, to exceed $1 billion. In all segments covered in this report, sales growth is expected to be higher than with female procedures, as men comprise a growing proportion of aesthetic procedures".
Nov 10, 2015
According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) report, Americans spent more than 12 Billion in 2014 - procedures for men up 43% over five year period. Among the top nonsurgical procedures are: Botulinum Toxin (up 84%) Hyaluronic Acid (up 94%) Nonsurgical skin tightening (up 37%) Intense Pulsed Light (up 44%)
Oct 29, 2015
In this article by Dermatology Times, leading aesthetic industry KOLs share their insights on having laser and light based systems in aesthetic practices.

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