Dr Ashish Dutta On Top 10 Trending Non-surgical Cosmetic Treatments in 2018


If you’re one of those who desperately wish to indulge in a cosmetic treatment but are apprehensive to go under the knife, here are the top 10 non-surgical cosmetic treatments to look out for in 2018.

  1. Brazilian Butt Lift

Brazilian Butt Lift is one procedure that has been in demand ever since curvaceous bodies have been on covers. The need for a fuller butt can also be credited to some celebrities who have been flaunting it in style, including Kim Kardashian, and Nicki Minaj. The procedure essentially uses fat extracted from other parts of the body in order to create a fuller, bigger and a more defined butt. The trend is big in 2018 and is set to increase the demand for the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure.

  1. Lip Injections

A full pout has always been a popular trend and it is not going away any time soon! A well defined pout and fuller lips have the power to transform not just the smile but the entire face. Lip injections help create a beautifully outlined lips with a rather simple procedure. A numbing agent is applied to the area to avoid any sort of discomfort and the filler is injected in and around the area. One can resume the normal activities immediately, almost no recovery period is involved.

  1. Clear and Brilliant Laser Facial Treatment

Who doesn’t dream of a perfect flawless skin? Well now, all your dreams can take the shape of reality with the Clear and Brilliant Laser Facial Treatment. The procedure is especially famous for minor skin imperfections including dullness, large pores, sun damage and the like. It is a painless and a relatively quick method to attain the skin you have always dreamt of.

  1. Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels are trending in the market more than ever before. They are a great way to attaining a brighter, more glowing, clearer and a youthful complexion. The peels involve the removal of the old layer of the skin so that a fresh layer of skin can grow in its place. There are a lot of variants for chemical peels available which can be differentiated on the basis of effect as well as strength. Some of the peels can be applied and the procedure can be performed in as less than an hour while some, depending upon their complexity, involve a fair amount of recovery time. Chemical peels essentially aim to target skin problems like sun damage, acne scarring and even deep wrinkles. The peels are already there to take over the market and can even emerge as a bigger trend they already are.

  1. Oxygen Facials

Oxygen Facials offer something more than the ordinary facial. They work best for people who need instant results. These are more clinical than the ordinary facials and are more result centric. These essentially involve the pushing in of oxygen along with other tiny molecule skincare products into the skin using a pressurized stream of air. The treatment targets fine lines and skin tone. It reduces the appearance of such lines, brightens up the skin, makes it even toned as well as plump and healthy looking.

  1. Cryolipolysis or Coolsculpting

Coolsculpting is an evidently cool non-surgical procedure that helps you get rid of the stubborn pockets of fat that won’t go away no matter how hard you work out. The procedure begins with handheld paddles suctioning your skin while a cooling mechanism freezes it, destroying the fat cells below the surface of the skin. The therapist then aims at massaging the areas in order to break down the fat so it can be naturally eliminated out of the body. The usual target areas are love handles, double chin and fat in and around the belly area. More than one session is usually required and it can take up to three or more months to produce visible results.

  1. Non-Surgical Nose Job

The Non-Surgical Nose Job is popular with people who wish to acquire a more symmetrical nose, or nostrils or maybe smooth out some of the bumps on the nose. It is distinct from a traditional surgical nose job or rhinoplasty as it is not painful and does not even require a lot of recovery time. But unlike the surgical version, it cannot reduce or alter the size of the nose, so people must recognise their priorities before deciding on the treatment to go for.

  1. Body Contouring

Your quest for the ideal body shape has finally reached its destination! The Body Contouring procedure can help you gain the ideal body that you have always dreamt of. The procedure involves tightening of the skin and combating cellulite including infrared, radiofrequency and two kinds of mechanical tissue manipulation. The treatment aims to improve the texture of the skin, minimize cellulite and improve elasticity.

  1. Chin Fullness Reduction

Who doesn’t wish to possess a chiseled face with absolutely no traces of double chins? But not each one of us has a naturally perfect face cut, the Chin Fullness Reduction procedure then comes to the rescue. There exists now a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for the reduction of double chins. A product Belkyra that contains deoxycholic acid-a naturally occurring substance in the body that absorbs fat cells is injected to combat chin fullness and causes far less discomfort as compared to its surgical counterparts.

  1. Liquid Face Lift

If sagging skin and wrinkles are giving you nightmares, there’s no need to worry anymore. You can now get one step closer to youthful looking skin and get rid of these signs of ageing without going under the knife. The Liquid Face Lift uses injectable gel filters in order to lift up the face features and give you a brighter look and complexion. The results of the procedure can last for up to two years.

Book one on one consultation to know more. At ABC qualified doctors and nurses will discuss the procedure before the treatment and will explain any possible side effects. It is a simple yet extremely effective treatment that reverses the signs of ageing and produces noticeable results.

The author, Dr Ash Dutta, Founder of Aesthetic Beauty Centre,  is one of the few highly trained and accredited surgeons in the UK. You can follow him on Vimeo, LinkedIn & Twitter.

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