With each new year, people commit to making changes and many of those changes revolve around their physical appearance.
With 2017 in full-swing, there are a variety of dermatology trends that are surfacing which are expected to be huge this year.
While many dermatologic trends might seem legit, it is important to consult a licensed dermatologist before beginning any new products or skin regimens.
With that being said, we’ve pulled a few trends that the beauty industry expects to take off this upcoming year.
Snail Goo Facials
This doesn’t sound very appealing but it made the top of the list of expected trending skin treatments.
The EscarGlow facial treatment uses snail secretion to renew your skin. According to Dr. Matthew Schulman, who created this facial, “Snail slime has been used for centuries for its unique healing properties.”
Platelet Rich Plasma Injections
Platelet Rich Plasma Injections, also known as PRP, is an injection given to help with hair loss. Research has revealed that PRP can treat hair loss.
The process prepares your blood, securing platelet rich plasmas and your body’s growth factors. These can help regrow hair and prevent future hair from falling out.
Cure Excessive Sweating
If you suffer from excessive sweating, you might be interested in trying MiraDry. In just one to two treatments, this process can reduce hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating.
- This is procedure uses microwaveable energy to reduce sweat and odor, and can permanently stop you from excessive sweating.
If you have experienced bad acne at one point in your life and still have the scars to approve it, you might be interested in this type of treatment. T
he FAST Treatment, invented by Dr. Eric Schweiger, uses focal treatments, lasers, and a full-face Fraxel treatment to improve your skin’s pigment and works to diminish acne scars.
If you are interested in trying something new, make sure you do your research and consult with a dermatologist beforehand. WNY Dermatology can help you find out the best treatments and products for your skin.