As we step into a new year, the world of non-surgical cosmetic procedures is witnessing a dynamic shift, with innovative techniques and a renewed emphasis on natural beauty. We’re exploring the trends that have shaped the landscape of non-surgical cosmetic enhancements over the past year.

Bio-Tech: Injectable Skin Stimulators

Bio stimulators have emerged as powerful tools in the realm of non-surgical cosmetic procedures. The way these guys work is by sending missions to your cells to do more or less of something.

Radiesse and Sculptra, in particular, are gaining popularity for their ability to stimulate collagen production, offering longer-lasting results compared to traditional fillers. These treatments not only address wrinkles and fine lines but also work to restore volume and elasticity to the skin.


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Radiesse, with its calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres, and Sculptra, a poly-L-lactic acid stimulator, are favored choices for those seeking a more natural and gradual enhancement. The collagen-boosting effects of these bio stimulators contribute to a rejuvenated and refreshed appearance over time.

They have the added benefit of longevity because they work to change your innate production of biomolecules. Radiesse can also be combined with traditional fillers to serve a “power-up” function that gives you 2x the benefit. Learn more here (link to RaHA article).

The Looking Glass: Glass Skin is Still in Demand

The pursuit of “glass skin” continues to dominate the beauty scene, symbolizing flawless, luminous, and even skin. This trend aligns with the “skin-first” movement, emphasizing the importance of prioritizing skincare over heavy makeup or invasive procedures.

Achieving a radiant complexion involves investing in good skincare practices, including a tailored regimen of cleansers, serums, and moisturizers. Regardless of trends, you’ve likely always heard us promoting good skincare (let’s face it, we’ve always been obsessed).


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While skincare serves a good basis, it doesn’t always give you the glossy gaze you’re vying for. There are plenty of other obstacles that might be standing in the way of your glass goals that, unfortunately, can’t be solved with just a good cleanser.

Non-surgical options like chemical peels and laser treatments play a pivotal role in the quest for glass skin. These procedures address concerns such as pigmentation, texture irregularities, and fine lines, promoting a smoother and more even-toned complexion. The focus here is on enhancing the skin’s natural glow and minimizing the need for significant changes through injectables.

Refining the Lower Face

In 2023, there has been a noticeable shift towards snatching and rejuvenating the lower face and neck area. It may have something to do with the fact that this year, we finally left the era of masks, and people are becoming more aware of the lower halves of their faces.

In any case, the jawline, chin, and neck have taken center stage as individuals seek non-surgical solutions to achieve a sculpted and defined profile.


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Non-surgical jawline contouring, often achieved through the strategic use of dermal fillers and sometimes skin-tightening tech, has gained popularity for its ability to enhance facial harmony and create a more vibrant appearance. Combined with treatments targeting the chin and neck, individuals can achieve a comprehensive sculpt without resorting to invasive surgical procedures.

2024 Predictions

We don’t have an oracle on site, but instead of looking into a crystal ball, we can look into the past year to get an idea of what 2024 may hold. In the new year, we expect that the “I woke up like this” trend and all its derivatives will remain, and the bare-faced and ‘no-makeup’ makeup looks will continue to rise. This means increasing efforts to improve the skin barrier through bio-stimulators, good skincare, and non-surgical cosmetic treatments.

As we navigate the trends of 2023 in non-surgical cosmetic procedures, it’s evident that the emphasis is on achieving subtle, natural enhancements that prioritize the health and vitality of the skin. Bio stimulators like Radiesse and Sculptra, the glass skin phenomenon, and the renewed focus on the jaw, chin, and neck collectively represent a movement towards a more holistic and personalized approach to beauty.

With these trends, individuals can embrace non-surgical options that enhance their features while celebrating the unique beauty that lies within.

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