Shroom Skincare announces the launch of its first product, Mycelium Glow Brightening Serum. This oil serum combines the utility of mushrooms and vitamin C to rejuvenate skin, even tone, and moisturize.
Historically plastic surgery has been considered one of most competitive and highly sought after residency programs. While this remains, true recent appearing wrinkles may be of concern, according to an article in the January issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
This case study demonstrates a precedent for the application of Wharton’s Jelly flowable allografts in complicated post-surgical wounds and uncovers a new homologous use application, according to Regenative Labs officials.
Whether you are a plastic surgeon or a manager running a medical aesthetic practice, to get a true grasp on your practice’s overall financial health—performance, people, productivity, revenue, profit, equipment, expenses, etc.—taking a practice assessment is vital. Practice consultant Terri Ross shares her tips here.
Researchers from Florida Atlantic University have received a four-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to empower amputees to maximize their individual potential for controlling the full dexterity of artificial hands.
Buccal fat removal—where the buccal fat pad of the cheeks is removed, resulting in a chiseled, cat-like look—is one of the hottest trends in facial plastic surgery. But could young recipients later have regrets? The Daily Beast investigates.