Background. Vitiligo is an acquired disorder characterized by depigmented macules or patches on the skin due to the loss of functional melanocytes. Segmental vitiligo (SV) is a subtype of vitiligo refractory to treatment.
Vascular occlusion has been cited as the most severe and feared early complication in aesthetic treatment1 and the incidence appears to be on the increase.
Objective: We assessed clinical effectiveness, longevity of treatment effects, and patient satisfaction with incobotulinumtoxinA for glabellar frown lines (GFL) treatment in Asian patients.
Background: Radiofrequency energy has been shown to penetrate deeper into the skin, independent of skin color, and to be beneficial for skin tightening.
Objective. We sought to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and patterns of use for the once-daily oral, narrow-spectrum antibiotic sarecycline in patients with moderate-to-severe acne vulgaris during a 40-week Phase III, multicenter, open-label extension study.