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The word 'cosmetic' refers to something that improves one's appearance. So, a cosmetologist is a trained professional who provides services to restore or improve your beauty and feeling of wellness. This will include providing beauty treatments for skin, hair, and nails. A cosmetic dermatologist is a skin specialist in the medical field who specialized in caring for the appearance of the external body as well as deals with diseases of the skin, hair, and nails and treats them.
But, it is common in many countries to wrongly refer to a cosmetic dermatologist as a cosmetologist. This can cause a lot of confusion and misunderstandings on what procedures the specialist is allowed or not allowed to carry out.
The areas of specialization of cosmetic dermatologists include carrying out Botox injections, anti-cellulite treatments, chemical peels, hair loss treatments, acne treatments, dermabrasions, laser surgery, skin rejuvenation, liposuction and more.
If you are still unsure of the difference and what is acceptable for your cosmetologist to carry out, it is a good idea to chat with a cosmetologist online and find out more details about the treatment processes, what to expect and possible outcomes. This is important because often it so happens that the outcome you expected does not match the one that arrived. So, choose wisely and make an informed decision about your health.
A doctor who is trained and specializes in cosmetology, which is a medical specialty that deals with cosmetic treatments involving the hair, skin, and nails, is called a cosmetologist. Cosmetologists usually treat skin problems like acne, dark spots, wrinkles, and pimples. They deal with nonsurgical management of skin problems.
Chemical peels help improve the skin’s appearance by exfoliating the skin using chemicals. The new skin that grows looks much younger and clear. A cosmetologist is trained to perform this procedure on your skin.
Both cosmetologists and estheticians work overlap in many ways. But the difference is that a cosmetologist deals with skin, hair, and nails, but an esthetician focuses only on ways to improve and maintain your skin. Microdermabrasion, chemical peels, LED light therapy, eyelash extension, etc., are some of the things done by estheticians. While a cosmetologist cuts hair, chemically treats hair, performs skin and hair analysis, and chemical hair removal.
Cosmetology includes skincare, hairstyling, cosmetics, hair removal (non-permanent and permanent), and nail care.
The common cosmetic treatments done are scar removal, chemical peels, hair removal, Botox, and microdermabrasion.
Laser is used for laser resurfacing, where short and pulsating beams of light are used to remove wrinkles. The wrinkled skin is removed using the laser, and it promotes collagen production in the skin layers underneath, which makes the healed skin look younger and wrinkle-free.
There are some side effects and risks associated with using laser on the face, such as infection, scars, and abnormal healing. For best results, always get laser procedures done by licensed cosmetologists.
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