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New Year, New Options to Glow Up Your Look

As health and wellness came into focus in 2021, we saw a rise in patients seeking cosmetic treatments to achieve their glow up for a less is more “I woke up like this” look. The beautification of the skin inside and out. The surge of interest in noninvasive injectable treatments for the face and body, following the “Zoom boom,” shows no signs of slowing.

“I continue to see a rise in patients of all ages interested in cosmetic injectables, skin care, esthetician services and lasers for full face rejuvenation and prevention. Age prevention is key, and we have millennials to thank for normalizing this trend.

Not only are patients seeking natural results, but they are also very savvy when it comes to maintenance and prevention. Understanding that if you treat early, create and commit to a consistent care plan, less aggressive treatments will be necessary as you age. The “I woke up like this” look is achievable with consistency.

“I continue to see a rise in patients of all ages interested in cosmetic injectables, skin care, esthetician services and lasers for full face rejuvenation and prevention. Age prevention is key, and we have millennials to thank for normalizing this trend.

Not only are patients seeking natural results, but they are also very savvy when it comes to maintenance and prevention. Understanding that if you treat early, create and commit to a consistent care plan, less aggressive treatments will be necessary as you age. The “I woke up like this” look is achievable with consistency.

Regardless of age, patients are willing, excited and motivated to commit to a regimen year after year to combat the aging process. It’s a very exciting time to be alive with all the advancements in technology aligning with patients’ enthusiasm in the aesthetic industry.”

Corina Corbeille, RN, CANS, Board-Certified Aesthetic Nurse, shares top aesthetic trends for 2022.

Top Trends Include:

  • Liquid Facelifts: Achieved by injecting dermal fillers into the skin to plump up the skin and add volume. It differs from a surgical facelift in that there’s no cutting involved. 
  • Skin Boosters and Conditioning: Using different types of fillers, which specifically target the skin and strive to improve the quality, hydration and elasticity for fewer lines and better light reflection.
  • Qwo: Qwo is a new injectable treatment that takes 15 minutes or less, when injected directly into cellulite dimples it immediately goes to work dissolving collagen bands and reducing the look and feel of cellulite.
  • Aesthetic Injectables: Botox for wrinkles and dermal fillers for lips, cheeks and jawline, etc., and other collagen-stimulating injectable products like Sculptra Aesthetic, Hyper-diluted Radiesse and PRP/PRF are continuing to boom, allowing patients to have long-lasting results without permanent effects.
  • Body Contouring: The popularity of noninvasive body contouring using devices and injectables is going to continue accelerating.
  • Rhinoplasty: In 2021, rhinoplasties surpassed breast augmentations for the top performed surgery, and we don’t see this stopping in 2022.
  • Skin Focused: Medical-grade skin care brands, which are results driven, will continue to be the standard, resulting in wearing less makeup. Sunscreen will remain in demand as the most important skin care requirement.

About Corina Corbeille, RN, CANS

Corina Corbeille, RN, CANS is a registered nurse and certified aesthetic nurse specialist by the International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses. She specializes in FDA-approved, natural-looking, nonsurgical, medical aesthetics treatments. A true artist creating natural results. Give your face the customized treatment plan it deserves today with Corina Corbeille. 


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