Minimally Invasive Treatments: Is The Demand for Treatments on the Rise? 

Minimally Invasive Treatments: Is The Demand for Treatments on the Rise? 

Tech is an amazing thing. As soon as we get our hands on the latest, a more modern version comes out that promises bigger, better things. And so, we’re on to the next one. Whether that be a smart phonesmart watch or even just a cool App that’s life changing, in 2024 we’re here for it. But can we say the same for non-invasive skin treatments? Well, for skin that needs rejuvenation – or just a beautiful injection of health – the latest in minimally invasive procedures means you have the latest tech at your fingertips. And these treatments are even more accessible than ever before. 


The Rise of Minimally Invasive Treatments: Why So Popular? 

It may have to do with what minimally invasive procedures don’t do to your skin that makes them so attractive. Unlike surgical interventions, lengthy recovery times aren’t needed. That’s a major bonus. Also, let’s be honest: not having to be cut and stitched up is very appealing. And that’s where technological advancements have made rejuvenating skin easier, certainly from a safety aspect. In other words, you’re receiving an effective but not-so-aggressive treatment. 


But let’s look at the numbers: the trend has gone from being considered a fad to being seen as a solution, and already, in five years, there has been a 39 percent rise in the number of treatments performed. According to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) 2019, millennial populations showed more propensity toward skin resurfacing cosmetic procedures like chemical peels and lasers. 


What’s the deal now? Well, because we’re living in the age of social media personalities, those influencers we love to follow have helped give the market an even bigger bang. The global non-invasive aesthetic treatments industry is estimated to grow from USD 58.8 billion (that was in 2022) at 12.4% CAGR (2023-2032) to reach an estimated USD 188.3 billion by 2032. This results from the rising influence of social media and the better acceptance of aesthetic procedures. Yowzers!


About That Tech (And Why Your Skin Loves It) 

What are influencers without results-driven procedures that actually deliver the goods, though? Nothing to show and tell. Minimally invasive aesthetic procedures that are gaining traction include those that have the power to  resurface skin. Yes, we hear you about neurotoxins and dermal volumisers (which haven’t lost their popularity), but help with texture and tone means resurfacing treatments. And these are definitely part of “Cool and The Gang.” Or should that be “Heat and The Beat?” Forgive us the pun, but heat is vital when we talk about resurfaced skin, be it laser or radiofrequency


Both are used for Fractional Fusion and can be fully customised according to your skin’s condition, type and needs. This is where there’s a double hit of safety; a fractional treatment can carefully target just the area of concern. It means the surrounding skin tissue is kept safe. And because this procedure isn’t surgical, there’s that too. Yes, you may need two or more treatment sessions for the best results, but risks and complications are kept low to medium. And there’s another thing; you can live your life almost immediately after the procedure. Back to work happens within just two days, and the overall recovery time is less than a week. Why are these types of therapies on the up and up? The pace of life kind of demands it. 


Have you made the choice yet?

As you think about what your skin needs – and in real-time – know the days of doing anything drastic just because you want to look younger or fix a scar or deep wrinkle are done with. We live in 2024! Consumers have made minimally invasive treatments and procedures popular because they work with the way they live. And, bottom line, they work. Ready for yours? Your skin solution is waiting. 


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