Cosmetic Dermatology: Products and Procedures

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Zoe Diana Draelos
John Wiley & Sons, Oct 8, 2015 - Medical - 560 pages

Back for a new edition, Zoe Draelos' outstanding resource to cosmetic dermatology again provides a highly-illustrated, clinical guide to the full range of cosmetic skin treatments.

Bringing together experts from research, industry, surgery and practice, it is structured in four distinct parts for easy navigation by the busy clinician:

Basic Concepts - giving an overview of the physiology pertinent to cosmetic dermatology and the delivery systems by which treatments can take effect;
Hygiene Products - evaluating cleansing and moisturising products;
Adornment - looking at aesthetic techniques such as cosmetics, nail protheses and hair treatment;
Antiaging - ie, injectables, resurfacing and skin contouring techniques, and the rapidly growing area of Cosmeceuticals.

With over 300 high-quality images and key summary boxes throughout, this new edition incorporates the newest procedural innovations in this rapidly developing field. Perfect for all dermatologists, especially those specialising in cosmetic dermatology and whether hospital-based or in private practice, it provides the complete cosmetic regimen for your patients and will be an indispensable tool to consult over and over again.


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Part II Hygiene Products
Part III Adornment
Part IV Antiaging

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Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, Consulting Professor, Department of Dermatology, Duke University School of Medicine, North Carolina; President, Dermatology Consulting Services, High Point, North Carolina, USA
In addition to maintaining a private practice, Dr. Draelos is a consulting professor of dermatology at Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C. She is President of Dermatology Consulting Services and has conducted over 480 clinical studies researching and developing cosmeceuticals, skin care devices, and pharmaceuticals. She has written eight dermatology textbooks and contributed over 90 chapters and 300 scientific articles to the literature. She is the current editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology and a well established expert in the field for 28 years.

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