Cosmeceuticals 4th Edition

Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series

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Stay on top of more than "just the basics" concerning cosmetics and skin care and deliver the state-of-the-art expertise your patients are looking for.

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Pages 288
Taille 23 X 19
Type Relié
ISBN 9780443118081

Description détaillée : Cosmeceuticals 4th Edition

Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology: Cosmeceuticals, 4th Edition, improves your knowledge and expertise with the cutting-edge cosmeceuticals that produce the superior results your patients expect.

Dr. Zoe Diana Draelos, along with hand-selected experts in each individual area, provides expert guidance on all of today’s principal cosmeceuticals, including how to evaluate their efficacy and how to advise patients on their use. A substantial, all-new video library from Dr. Draelos answers frequently asked questions and dispels commonly held myths.


What are the Key Features of "Cosmeceuticals 4th Edition" ?

  • Guides you on how to advise patients regarding normal skincare routines, including new categories of cosmeceuticals.
  • Helps you expand your repertoire and increase your knowledge with expert content on hyaluronic acid, hydrocolloid patches, antioxidants, retinoids, stem cells, growth factor cosmeceuticals, oral collagens, peptides, clean beauty, sunscreens, cleansers, oral supplements, platelet rich plasma (PRP), and more.
  • Includes eight new chapters on exosomes, cannabinoids, circadian rhythm cosmeceuticals, autologous growth factors, hair growth cosmeceuticals, nutraceuticals, and more.
  • Includes 49 all-new videos in which Dr. Draelos answers reader questions such as: Do you need both hyaluronic acid and a moisturizer to optimize the skin barrier? When should you start anti-aging interventions? Does topical PRP work? Are mineral sunscreens better than chemical sunscreens? What are your favorite products to incorporate into every skin care routine, and what is the order in which to apply them?
  • Provides a thorough understanding of the skin's physiology and how this affects the delivery of cosmetic products.
  • Speeds you directly to the information you need with summaries and key points in every chapter.
  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud. Additional digital ancillary content may publish up to 6 weeks following the publication date.

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New to this Edition

Update content throughout - covering hot topics such as exogenous growth factor cosmeceuticals, peptide cosmeceuticals, DNA Repair Cosmeceuticals and Gene Array Technology, Circadian Rhythm Cosmeceuticals, Cannabinoid Cosmeceuticals, Scar Cosmeceuticals, Cosmeceutical Cleansers, and Hair Growth Cosmeceuticals and Nutraceuticals.


Who are the Authors of "Cosmeceuticals 4th Edition" ?

Zoe Diana Draelos : Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Dermatology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA; President, Dermatology Consulting Services, High Point, NC, USA

Jeffrey S. Dover : Director, SkinCare Physicians, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts; Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Yale University School of Medicine, and Adjunct Associate Professor of Dermatology at Brown Medical School, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Murad Alam : Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Dermatology; Professor, Departments of Surgery, Otolaryngology, and Medical Social Sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA

Sommaire : Cosmeceuticals 4th Edition

Part 1: Defining the Cosmeceutical Realm
1. Cosmeceuticals: Function and the Skin Barrier
2. Cosmeceutical Formulation
3. Cosmeceutical Efficacy

Part 2: Cosmeceutical Actives
4. Cosmeceutical Vitamins: Retinoids and Vitamin A
5. Cosmeceutical Vitamins : Vitamin C
6. Cosmeceutical Vitamins : Vitamin B
7. Cosmeceutical Lipids for Barrier Repair
8. Cosmeceutical Botanicals and Antioxidants
9. Marine Cosmeceuticals
10. Cosmeceutical Metals
11. Cosmeceutical Moisturizers and Barrier Repair
12. Skin Lightening Cosmeceuticals
13. Cosmeceutical Exfoliants
14. Stem Cell Derived and Exosome Cosmeceuticals
15. Autologous Growth Factor Cosmeceuticals
16. Growth Factors, Cellular Secretome and Exosomes as Cosmeceuticals
17. Peptide Cosmeceuticals
18. Gene Array and Sequencing Technology in Cosmeceuticals
19. Circadian Rhythm Cosmeceuticals
20. Cannabinoid Cosmeceuticals
21. Cosmeceuticals and Contact Dermatitis
22. Scar Cosmeceuticals
23. Sunscreens
24. Cosmeceutical Cleansers
25. Nutraceuticals
26. Hair Growth Cosmeceuticals and Nutraceuticals

Part 3: The Application of Cosmeceuticals to Dermatologic Practice
27. Cosmeceuticals for Wrinkles and Fine Lines
28. Cosmeceuticals For Facial Erythema
29. Cosmeceuticals for Dyspigmentation
30. Oily Skin Cosmeceuticals
31. Dry Skin Cosmeceuticals
32. Acne Cosmeceuticals

Part 4: Cosmeceutical Myths
33. Acne Cosmeceutical Myths
34. Cosmeceutical Antiaging Myths
35. Botanical Cosmeceutical Myths

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