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Non-invasive cosmetic procedures on the rise after the pandemic

Non-invasive cosmetic procedures on the rise after the pandemic

Celebrity dermatologist reveals non-invasive procedures for post-pandemic RISE, plus the beauty benefits of keeping a mask on your face.

  • Masking mandates are being lifted, but not everyone is excited about revealing their face to the world again
  • While plastic surgery was on the rise during the pandemic, non-invasive procedures are now on the rise, according to celebrity dermatologist Diane Madfes.
  • Dr. Madfes revealed that she receives many requests to improve lip lines, jawlines, necklines and jawlines, among others
  • While masks are no longer required in most places, “maybe stay in the mask for a few days to get over the post-op period,” the doctor suggests.

Masking mandates are being lifted, but not everyone is excited about revealing their face to the world again.

“People take off their masks and are very upset about what they see underneath,” said celebrity dermatologist Diane Madfes.

The doctor continued: “While plastic surgery (like facelifts) was on the rise during the pandemic, mild, non-invasive procedures are now on the rise.”

“People take off their masks and are very upset by what they see underneath,” said celebrity dermatologist Diane Madfes.

The doctor continued: “While plastic surgery (such as facelifts) was on the rise during the pandemic, mild, non-invasive procedures are now on the rise.

Dr. Madfes revealed that she receives many requests to improve lip lines, jawlines, necklines and jawlines.

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Taking off the mask is a welcome step towards normalcy, and now that the ‘mask’ is over, skin needs to look really good again.

“The problem is that everyone is so busy now and unfortunately a lot of procedures require downtime and healing that no one has time for, so we’re kind of screwed,” she admits.

“We’ve all increased our hours to take care of all those people so they’re ready.”

At the very least, the New York-based dermatologist recommends a chemical peel to remove the top layer of skin.

“The problem is that everyone is so busy now and unfortunately a lot of procedures require downtime and healing that no one has time for, so we’re kind of screwed,” she admits.

Just as people dress better, the face needs a step up, according to a celebrity-adored derm.

“Non-invasive surgeries are now more common than before the pandemic. People notice the contrast between not taking care of their skin for two years and aging.”

Softwave (ultrasonic tightening), fraxiles, microneedling and radiofrequency are on the rise.

As well as liposuction under their necks and jaws, resurfacing and lip fillers.

“Non-invasive surgeries are now more common than before the pandemic. People notice the contrast between not taking care of their skin for two years and aging.

To optimize healing, the dermatologist recommends cutting out alcohol, stopping aspirin and motrin, and starting arnica (an anti-inflammatory) and bromelain (a dietary supplement to reduce pain and swelling).

While masks are no longer required in most places, “maybe stay in the mask for a few days to get over the post-op period,” the doctor suggests.

Dr.  Madfes stresses the importance of using sunscreen and using antioxidants (such as vitamin C or E).

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Dr. Madfes stresses the importance of using sunscreen and using antioxidants (such as vitamin C or E). “Before we were afraid of blue light in front of computers, now I’m afraid of UV exposure again”

Back in our routines, bad habits can quickly reappear.

Dr. Madfes stresses the importance of using sunscreen and using antioxidants (such as vitamin C or E). “Before we were worried about blue light from computers, now I’m worried about UV exposure.”

It also encourages you to wash your face in the evening.

“Everyone goes out and has fun and crashes because they’re not used to wearing makeup again.

“I’m glad the acne is going away, but people are going to have to take a little better care of their skin because it’s really exposed.”

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