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COMBINATION OF LIFT AND BREAST AUGMENTATION IS JUST AS SAFE AS SINGLE SURGERY

21 June 2018

No surgery is without risk. With that being said, however, combining breast augmentation with a breast lift can be as safe as a single-procedure surgery. In addition to being able to address the various aesthetic issues, augmentation-mastopexy surgery offers a number of unique benefits. There are many reasons, both cosmetic and reconstructive, to combine these breast surgeries:

– There is less scarring

– There is less removal of skin

– The implant helps fill out the breast and improves its overall appearance so that less lifting is needed

– Combining surgeries is less expensive than having both surgeries separately

– Combining surgeries can reduce overall recovery time

Risk levels are similar whether procedures are done alone or combined and most patients prefer to have just one surgical procedure wherever possible. After all, each individual surgery carries with it a certain amount of inconvenience: Patients must book time off work, secure a caregiver to help them in the initial stages of recovery, and (if they have children) find someone to help out with childcare duties. Doing all of these things twice rather than once not only represents additional hassle, it also typically results in a number of additional expenses.

FAT TRANSFER BREAST AUGMENTATION

16 June 2018

If you have ever heard someone jokingly say they wish they could take the excess fat around their waist and send it to their breasts, we have some good news for you: This is actually possible thanks to a procedure called “fat transfer breast augmentation.”

This surgery includes harvesting fat through liposuction from one part of the body (the thighs, arms, love handles, or back) and injecting it into the breasts. This process is ideal for patients who desire only a modest increase in breast size. It can help smooth out irregularities, improve breast contour, and increase the size of your breasts using your own natural fat cells. Additionally, instead of having a revision surgery that replaces implants, a fat transfer allows patients with existing implants to further increase their breast size. You might say it’s “augmentation light,” but it’s breast augmentation nonetheless. However, it’s important to note that although a surgeon may only use local anesthesia to perform fat transfer to the breasts, it is still a surgical procedure. While the recovery from fat grafting usually takes only three to five days and involves minimal soreness and swelling, it’s still very important to follow your surgeon’s instructions for safe healing.

Fat transfer procedures are popular because they essentially kill two birds with one stone. Removing fat from an area with excess fat ultimately contours and shapes the body, allowing the patient to define their figure. Meanwhile, that fat can be reused to create a completely natural looking (and feeling) enhancement to the breasts. This idea gives many women greater peace of mind. After all, there is no risk of allergic reaction, rupture, or implant rejection with fat grafting.

TO LIFT OR NOT TO LIFT, THAT IS THE QUESTION

11 June 2018

For most of my patients, planning breast augmentation surgery is fairly straightforward. However, if you are older (over 40), have had multiple pregnancies, or have lost a significant amount of weight, you may need to plan for a breast lift as well.

If a patient has minimal breast sag and minimal excess (but good quality) skin, then implants alone can provide the lift needed without additional surgical lifting. This is particularly true when the implants are being placed below the muscle. If the patient has minimal sagging, then placing the implant under the breast will ensure perky, natural and firm results.

If the patient has poor skin quality, stretch marks, too much sagging skin, low-resting nipples, or there appears to be a disengagement between the skin, gland, and chest wall, then a lift is mandatory to achieve the best cosmetic outcome. While most women who fall into these categories are older, some young women do as well. If you have had multiple pregnancies, chances are high that the repeated expansion and contraction of the breast tissue has resulted in loose skin, stretch marks, and the loss of breast volume (especially in the upper portion of the breast). Women under 40 who have lost a significant amount of weight also frequently struggle with flat, drooping breasts. If you have battled obesity in the past, you will almost certainly need a breast lift along with implants.

Some surgeons avoid combining breast lift and augmentation surgery owing to the added complexity this represents, but in the long run, mastopexy augmentation tends to be less stressful and more cost-effective. Combining breast lift and breast augmentation into one single procedure is easier for the patient and more likely to result in a successful outcome.

THE GUMMY BEAR REVOLUTION

05 June 2018 

Gummy bear breast implants represent an important advancement in breast augmentation technology. While the technology has been around for approximately three decades, it’s only become available here within the last five years. To give you an idea of what “gummy bear” implants are like, visualise an implant full of a cohesive silicone gel that would retain its form if cut in half.

How is this possible? To put it simply, the silicone inside the implant has a higher amount of crosslinking. It holds its shape better, and it won’t wrinkle or ripple as much, increasing volume near the cleavage. If the implant were to rupture or leak, the gel wouldn’t seep into the body.

That last bit is critical since ruptured or leaking implants can cause complications that need additional surgery. That’s why doctors once recommended replacing your implants every decade. The new cohesive gel implants have a rupture rate of 2.6 percent over nine years, significantly decreasing the need for replacement. The gel is usually soft and natural to the touch, but some implant manufacturers make them stiffer than others. To get a full picture of what gel implants are like, you’ll need to book a consultation and handle them in person.

 

 

 

Market Research Future (MRFR) announces the publication of its research report – The Lip Augmentation Market 2018–2023. Lip Augmentation is a cosmetic procedure which is used to get fuller and plumper lips. Hyaluronic acid based-dermal fillers are mostly preferred for lip augmentation. The Global Lip Augmentation Market is expected to grow at an approximate CAGR of 10.5% during forecast period, 2018–2023.

Rising participation of market players is one of the prominent factors driving the lip augmentation market. For instance, in 2018, Allergan plc launched a new JUVÉDERM advertising campaign created to empower the next generation of consumers to “JUVÉDERM IT.” The JUVÉDERM collection of fillers offers a complete range of dermal fillers for different patient needs. JUVÉDERM Ultra XC is used into the lips and perioral area for lip augmentation in adults over 21.

Various other factors such as increasing awareness about lip augmentation, rising geriatric population and rising demand for dermal fillers are also expected to propel the growth of the market.

However, side effects associated with lip fillers and high cost of treatment can hamper the market growth over the forecast period.

Lip Augmentation Market – Key Players

Some of the key players in The Global Lip Augmentation Market are Allergan, Galderma Pharma S.A., Integra Lifesciences, Laboratories Vivacy SAS, Merz Pharma, Sinclair Pharma, Suneva Medical, Inc, Teoxane, Cynosure, Syneron, AQTIS Medical, Bioha Laboratories, Cytophil, Inc., Dr. Korman Laboratories, Inamed Corporation, and Anika Therapeutics Inc., and others.

Lip Augmentation Market – Segmentation

The Global Lip Augmentation Market is segmented based on type, lip fillers, distribution channel, and region.

The Global Market for Lip Augmentation, by type is segmented into temporary lip augmentation and permanent lip augmentation. The permanent lip augmentation segment is further classified as dermal graft, permanent lip implants, vermilion lip advancement and lip lift. The lip lift segment includes corner lip lift and upper lip lift.

The market, by lip fillers, is segmented into fat injection or lipoinjection, hyaluronic acid fillers, lip collagen injections, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and others.

Based on distribution channel, the market is segmented into hospital pharmacies, clinics, retail pharmacies, drug stores, online pharmacies, and others.

The hospital pharmacies segment is anticipated to hold the largest market share owing to the increasing demand for cosmetic procedures. The online pharmacies are expected to grow at the highest CAGR owing to the rising cases of cosmetic problems.

Lip Augmentation Market – Intended Audience

Pharmaceutical Companies

Government and Private Laboratories

Research and Development (R&D) companies

Medical Research Laboratories

Market Research and Consulting Service Providers

Lip Augmentation Market – Regional Analysis

The Americas dominated the global market for lip augmentation owing to the rising geriatric population. According to the Population Reference Bureau report, the number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to double from 46 million today to over 98 million by 2060. Moreover, rising healthcare spending within the region is also boosting the lip augmentation market. In the US, the total healthcare spending reached USD 3.5 trillion in 2017 and by 2026; it is expected to reach USD 5.7 trillion.

In 2017, it was estimated that Europe stood second in the global lip augmentation market. This can be attributed to the rising research and development investments and technological advancements. For instance, in 2017, Allergan received FDA approval for its newest hyaluronic acid dermal filler, Juvéderm Vollure XC.

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Asia Pacific was projected to be the fastest growing region in 2017. Factors such as growing medical tourism industry and increasing technological advancements within the region are boosting the regional markets of the Asia Pacific region.

On the other hand, the Middle East and Africa held least share in the global lip augmentation market due to the low per capita income, especially within the African region.

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Common cosmetics include lipstick, mascara, eye shadow, foundation, skin cleansers and body lotions, shampoo and conditioner, hairstyling products (gel, hair spray, etc.), perfume and cologne. Cosmetics applied to the face to enhance its appearance are often called make-up or makeup.

 

The global Cosmetic Products market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on Cosmetic Products volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Cosmetic Products market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, China and Japan.

At company level, this report focuses on the production capacity, ex-factory price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer covered in this report.

The following manufacturers are covered:

Alticor

Oriflame Cosmetics Global SA

Yves Rocher

Mary Kay Inc

Revlon Inc.

Kao Corp.

Shiseido

The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.

Avon Products Inc.

Beiersdorf AG

Procter & Gamble

Unilever

L’oreal Group.

Segment by Type

Skin care products

Hair care products

Color cosmetics

Fragrances

Personal care products

Oral care products

Segment by Application

Lips

Eyes

Eyebrows

Nails

Face

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

1 Cosmetic Products Market Overview

1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Cosmetic Products

1.2 Cosmetic Products Segment by Type

1.2.1 Global Cosmetic Products Production Growth Rate Comparison by Type (2014-2025)

1.2.2 Skin care products

1.2.3 Hair care products

1.2.4 Color cosmetics

1.2.5 Fragrances

1.2.6 Personal care products

1.2.7 Oral care products

1.3 Cosmetic Products Segment by Application

1.3.1 Cosmetic Products Consumption Comparison by Application (2014-2025)

1.3.2 Lips

1.3.3 Eyes

1.3.4 Eyebrows

1.3.5 Nails

1.3.6 Face

1.4 Global Cosmetic Products Market by Region

1.4.1 Global Cosmetic Products Market Size Region

1.4.2 North America Status and Prospect (2014-2025)

1.4.3 Europe Status and Prospect (2014-2025)

1.4.4 China Status and Prospect (2014-2025)

1.4.5 Japan Status and Prospect (2014-2025)

1.5 Global Cosmetic Products Market Size

1.5.1 Global Cosmetic Products Revenue (2014-2025)

1.5.2 Global Cosmetic Products Production (2014-2025)

 

2 Global Cosmetic Products Market Competition by Manufacturers

2.1 Global Cosmetic Products Production Market Share by Manufacturers (2014-2019)

2.2 Global Cosmetic Products Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2014-2019)

2.3 Global Cosmetic Products Average Price by Manufacturers (2014-2019)

2.4 Manufacturers Cosmetic Products Production Sites, Area Served, Product Types

2.5 Cosmetic Products Market Competitive Situation and Trends

2.5.1 Cosmetic Products Market Concentration Rate

2.5.2 Cosmetic Products Market Share of Top 3 and Top 5 Manufacturers

2.5.3 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion

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7 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Cosmetic Products Business

7.1 Alticor

7.1.1 Alticor Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.1.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.1.3 Alticor Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.1.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.2 Oriflame Cosmetics Global SA

7.2.1 Oriflame Cosmetics Global SA Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.2.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.2.3 Oriflame Cosmetics Global SA Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.2.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.3 Yves Rocher

7.3.1 Yves Rocher Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.3.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.3.3 Yves Rocher Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.3.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.4 Mary Kay Inc

7.4.1 Mary Kay Inc Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.4.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.4.3 Mary Kay Inc Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.4.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.5 Revlon Inc.

7.5.1 Revlon Inc. Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.5.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.5.3 Revlon Inc. Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.5.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.6 Kao Corp.

7.6.1 Kao Corp. Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.6.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.6.3 Kao Corp. Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.6.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.7 Shiseido

7.7.1 Shiseido Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.7.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.7.3 Shiseido Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.7.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.8 The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.

7.8.1 The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.8.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.8.3 The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.8.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.9 Avon Products Inc.

7.9.1 Avon Products Inc. Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.9.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.9.3 Avon Products Inc. Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.9.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.10 Beiersdorf AG

7.10.1 Beiersdorf AG Cosmetic Products Production Sites and Area Served

7.10.2 Cosmetic Products Product Introduction, Application and Specification

7.10.3 Beiersdorf AG Cosmetic Products Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)

7.10.4 Main Business and Markets Served

7.11 Procter & Gamble

7.12 Unilever

7.13 L’oreal Group.

 

8 Cosmetic Products Manufacturing Cost Analysis

8.1 Cosmetic Products Key Raw Materials Analysis

8.1.1 Key Raw Materials

8.1.2 Price Trend of Key Raw Materials

8.1.3 Key Suppliers of Raw Materials

8.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure

8.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Cosmetic Products

8.4 Cosmetic Products Industrial Chain Analysis

 

9 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers

9.1 Marketing Channel

9.1.1 Direct Marketing

9.1.2 Indirect Marketing

9.2 Cosmetic Products Distributors List

9.3 Cosmetic Products Customers

 

10 Market Dynamics

10.1 Market Trends

10.2 Opportunities

10.3 Market Drivers

10.4 Challenges

10.5 Influence Factors

CALL IT THE KARDASHIAN EFFECT!

01 June 2018

Today, everyone wants to talk about Brazilian butt lifts, injectables, implants, and of course, dermal fillers and Botox. There’s also a lot of discussion surrounding nonsurgical treatments to melt away or freeze off fat. But in an age when posting personal cosmetic treatments has become the norm, why isn’t anyone talking openly about breast augmentation?

Though doctors are witnessing a rise in patients’ requests for noninvasive aesthetic procedures, breast augmentations are still among the most popular surgical procedures so it’s clear that women are still seeking bigger breasts. At the same time, however, we have also noticed an increase in women wanting smaller implant sizes (i.e., more C-cups than DD-cups). Medium to full-size B cups are starting to trend as well. The desire for a more natural look is clearly driving this shift in preferences. More young women are requesting a subtle, rather than obvious, change in their breast size. New technology is also helping to facilitate this change. Today, patients have a number of different implant types to choose from.