New injectables & an alternative to microneedling: these are the new dermatologic technologies you’ll want to know about!

‘Tis the season for new technologies! I’m so excited about this, because we’ve got some really exciting new treatments coming to the field of cosmetic dermatology. Let’s get right into it!

Ellacor by Cytrellis

This is a super exciting new technology that is somewhat similar to microneedling, but gives far better and longer lasting results! Ellacor is a micro coring device, which basically means it takes out thousands of little cores out of the skin. Think of a blog of cheese that you take hole punches out of and it looks like swiss cheese, that’s essentially what microcoring does to the skin. Once this procedure is done you squish the skin together (for lack of a better, more scientific term lol!) and when it heals you have tighter, more youthful looking skin with less fine lines and wrinkles.

Fun little fact, I took part in the clinical trials for Ellacor back in 2018. It was an amazing experience and the treatment was truly astonishing, and that was 4 years ago! I can’t wait to get my hands on the device now to see what improvements they’ve made in the past few years.

Volux and Skinvive by Allergan

Allergan is launching 2 new injectables, Volux and Skinvive. Skinvive is a biostimulatory filler, which means it helps access your body’s own regenerative processes to get rid of textured skin, acne scars and the like.

Volux is a hyaluronic acid filler for jawline contour. Stay tuned for more info on Volux when it comes out.

Daxxify by Revance

Daxxify is a new neuromodulator that will rival Botox and Dysport. It’s going to be a longer lasting neuromodulator, lasting anywhere between 6-9 months. This is a huge improvement in the technology as other neuromodulators usually last around 3-4 months. So with this longer lasting technology it will give patients the ability to go longer between treatments.

Exosomes in skincare

Exosomes are nano-sized biovesicles that facilitate the exchange of messenger signaling between cells. These vesicular packages carry proteins, lipids and genetic material that when received by recipient cells can reprogram cells to perform bio active tasks like collagen synthesis and cell renewal.
This technology in skincare will make products a lot more elegantly formulated, highly targeted, and extremely efficacious. However, good news for all of you reading this, I have already used exosomes in the formulation of my line, MDAiRE. So this one you don’t have to wait to try! Head over to the shop portion of my website to get your hands on this new technology right now.

I’m so excited for all of these new advances in technology to hit the market - this is one of my favorite parts of what I do is keeping up with the latest advances in science in the field. So I will always keep you guys in the know with what’s going on in the world of cosmetic dermatology!

To hear a little more in depth about each of these advancements check out my YouTube video below! Leave me a comment and tell me what else you want to learn about so I can make videos specially for you!

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