Cosmetic Dermatology: Products and Procedures

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Zoe Diana Draelos
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 31, 2011 - Medical - 548 pages
Cosmetic Dermatology: Products and Procedures provides a comprehensive compendium of the approaches cosmetic dermatolgists can apply for their patients. It is structured by use within a daily routine so the dermatologist can provide a complete solution for their patients. It reviews skin physiology and the delivery systems of cosmetics, and how they affect the skin. It then looks sequentially at hygiene products for cleaning and mositurizing the skin, adornment products for colouring before looking at antiaging techniques for rejuvenating the skin and their applications as therapeutics.

Using short, tightly focused chapters written by recognized experts, Cosmetic Dermatology: Products and Procedures

  • Covers cosmetic applications for hygiene, adornment and antiaging
  • Reviews the full range of cosmetic products and procedures
  • Provides both therapeutic and aesthetic applications
  • Comprises concise, highly focused chapters enabling the reader to gather a thorough understanding
  • References key significant evidence presented for each chapter
 

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Contents

Foreword
10
Photoaging
31
SeIfperceived sensitive skin
49
Sensitive skin and the somatosensory system
9
Novel compelling noninvasive techniques
24
Contact dermatitis and topical agents
5
Diagnosis
11
Creams lotions and ointments
31
Antioxidants and antiinflammatories
Peptides and proteins
Cellular growth factors
Topical vitamins
Clinical uses of hydroxyacids
The contribution of dietaLy nutrients
Hyaluronic acid fillers
Skin fillers

Personal cleansers Body washes
19
Nonfoaming and lowfoaming cleansers
17
Shampoos for normal scalp hygiene and dandruff
38
Facial moisturizers
3
Hand and foot moisturizers
15
Sunless tanning products
6
Antiperspirants and deodorants
26
Facial foundation
18
Camouflage techniques
33
Lips and Iipsticks
7
Nail physiology and grooming
31
References
44
References
5
Hair physiology and grooming
Permanent hair waving
Hair straightening
Hair styling technology and formulations
Botanicals
Polylactic acid fillers
Medium depth chemical peels
C02 laser resurfacing Confluent and fractionated
Nonablative resurfacing
Microdermabrasion
Advanced techniques
Laserassisted hair removal
LED photomodulation for reversal of photoaging
Liposuction of the neck
Hand recontouring with calcium hydroxylapatite
Antiaging regimens
Overthecounter acne treatments
Rosacea regimens
Eczema regimens
Psoriasis regimens
Index
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Zoe Diana Draelos, Consulting Professor of Dermatology at Duke University Department of Dermatology in Durham, North Carolina, USA

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