Facial Aesthetics Market: New Technologies Address Consumer Demand
Consumers of aesthetic procedures are still looking for the perfect option – one that produces a more youthful looking face, but does not require much, if any, downtime. Ideally, these consumers also would like something that offered a long-lasting effect and was delivered with minimal pain and discomfort. At the 2011 AAFPRS conference, held recently in San Francisco, CA, the Emerging Trends and Technologies session focused on new and developing technologies that could meet some of these demands.
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