A Look at the Most Popular Non-Surgical Aesthetic Procedures of 2012

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As part of the aging process, the skin starts to develop lines and wrinkles, discoloration and uneven skin tones. To combat signs of aging, both men and women have turned to numerous non-invasive cosmetic procedures. Ideate Media takes a look back to which procedures dominated the aesthetic market in 2012.

The best way to learn about these popular procedures is to talk with doctors offering these services in their offices and medical spas.

The most popular treatments fell into three categories: neurotoxins, fillers and laser.

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