Cosmetic Dermatology: Five key trends spotted at IMCAS 2020 via Premium Beauty News

28 May 2020

The 22nd edition of IMCAS World Congress took place on 30th January to February 1st in Paris. IMCAS Paris is the world’s leading cosmetic dermatology and plastic surgery meeting. It’s the go to for new concepts and findings in the field, along with the latest advances in medical and aesthetic dermatology. Premium Beauty News asked beauty trends firm In-Trend, which had the privilege of attending the show, to pick out the top trends transforming the aesthetic medicine landscape and gaining momentum.

The global medical aesthetics market is projected to reach USD 17.07 billion by 2023 from USD10.30 billion in 2018. “Botox and fillers” remains the leading category in terms of value (51.5%) in 2019. That’s an estimated increase of 9.2% yearly until 2023. On the other hand, invasive surgical treatments have fallen by 14.5% over the past year.

Trend 1: Artificial intelligence, virtual reality and aesthetics

Artificial intelligence and the integration of robotics propelling the industry to another level, was the biggest message coming from the lectures and the exhibitions. Robotics and AI with visions systems are increasingly going to be assisting in aesthetic procedures.

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