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Aesthetic practice relies on a harmonious relationship between medicine and commerce.
Patricia K. The science behind the aging process has led to revolutionary changes in the treatment options available. Dermatologists can offer increasing numbers of combinations of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products. As choice increases so the possibility of confusion arises. Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice offers a no-nonsense guide to defusing this confusion. With an emphasis on practical applications, and with easy-access summary features, you can learn the secrets of successful cosmeceutical practice for your patients.
Provide expert advice on cosmeceuticals and integrate them into your cosmetic practice Patients look to you for expert advice on topical skin care product, and cosmeceuticals are an important innovation. They want to know which products will work best for them. But new products seem to appear almost daily. How can you provide your patients with effective advice on how and when to use cosmeceuticals? In Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice, Dr Farris has invited leading experts, including cosmetic chemists, researchers and cosmetic dermatologists, to provide these answers.
If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus. Please consult the latest official manual style if you have any questions regarding the format accuracy. This book was inspired by a passion for skin care, science, the history of the cosmeceutical industry, and almost two decades of treating patients with cosmeceutical products. This book is meant to dispel myths and misperceptions about what certain ingredients can and cannot do. It provides an unbiased, brand-agnostic approach to the subject. I work for almost all of the companies and I do not have my own skin care line.
Raja S. Sivamani, editor. Jared Jagdeo, editor. Peter Elsner, editor. Howard I. Maibach, editor.
Dermatology Secrets Plus PART1 - 2 It is once again fitting to preface the fifth edition of Dermatology Secrets Plus with a quote from Socrates, the eminent Athenian philosopher and the father of the Socratic method, also known as elenchus. The Socratic method of utilizing a series of questions has been used by attending physicians at the patient bedside, on rounds, or in the clinic for centuries to teach medical students, interns, residents, and fellows. In philosophy, this method was used to examine important moral concepts by a series of questions, while in medicine this method is used to augment classroom teaching and reading of the medical literature. Rather than learning by rote memory, the questions posed in this book force the reader to think about an answer, with the ultimate goal being able to understand, correctly diagnose, and treat dermatologic diseases. Dermatology is a visual specialty that requires a correlation of the patient history and examination of the skin to arrive at a diagnosis. To that end, this edition is lavishly illustrated with numerous color photographs, including more than new photographs compared with the last edition. It is not comprehensive, and answers are kept deliberately short.
Patients look to you for expert advice on topical skin care product, and cosmeceuticals are an important innovation. They want to know which products will work best for them. But new products seem to appear almost daily. How can you provide your patients with effective advice on how and when to use cosmeceuticals?
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