The Blog The Carousel: Most Recent Trends For Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
Mary Chigwidden is our Head Cosmetic Nurse at Contour Clinics in Sydney’s Newtown, and she has 14 years of experience as a qualified aesthetic nurse.
Here with online lifestyle publication The Carousel.com, she reveals the most recent trends for non-surgical cosmetic procedures. Among the treatments rising in popularity are Russian lips (defining the cupid’s bow) and an anti-wrinkle method called the mini-tox, which focuses on retaining a natural look.
“Overall, the major trend we’ve seen is a massive move towards natural-looking results. People want to look naturally blessed, not overdone.” – Mary, Head Cosmetic Nurse
Mary chatted with The Carousel.com from our luxurious Newtown HQ clinic to answer questions about what’s in demand from her clientele.
She says that her mature patients most prefer the anti-wrinkle treatments, which are tailored to individualised treatment plans, and this will always be a mainstay.
But what about new trends? Read on for Mary’s insider scoop on the latest treatments everyone wants…
What are the most recent trends for cosmetic procedures?
“We’re seeing a huge rise in Russian lips, which is a particular style or look for your lip fillers. It concentrates on defining the cupid’s bow and adding height to the centre of the lips, rather than width to the entire mouth, resulting in a doll-like pout.
Another one we’re seeing on the rise is ‘baby tox’. This is a technique that uses a smaller quantity of anti-wrinkle product for a more subtle result that patients find to be more natural-looking and less dramatic, if that’s what they desire.”