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    Cosmetic Dermatology: Principles and Practice



    "Cosmetic Dermatology: Principles and Practice" by Leslie Baumann, Sogol Saghari, Edmund Weisberg
    ??Gr?w-Hill | 2009 | ISBN: 0071490620 0071641289 9780071490627 9780071641289 | 381 pages | PDF | 18 MB


    This text sifts through the knowledge of the effects cosmetic products and procedures have on the skin and its appearance. This book offers complete coverage of the latest, most effective skin care agents and procedures.

    The book is designed to help you:
    Understand the basic science of the skin and the factors affecting its appearance
    Comprehend the factors contributing to premature aging of the skin
    Responsibly answer your patients' questions about the efficacy of skin care products
    Feel confident when asked to recommend over-the-counter products
    Learn the basics about collagen injections, botulinum toxin injections and chemical peels

    CONTENTS
    Contributors
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Section 1. Basic Concepts of Skin Science
    1 Basic Science of the Epidermis
    2 Basic Science of the Dermis
    3 Fat and the Subcutaneous Layer
    4 Immunology of the Skin
    5 Hormones and Aging Skin
    6 Photoaging
    7 Cigarettes and Aging Skin
    8 Nutrition and the Skin
    Section 2. Skin Types
    9 The Baumann Skin Typing System
    10 Oily Skin
    11 Dry Skin
    12 Sensitive Skin
    13 Skin Pigmentation and Pigmentation Disorders
    14 Skin of Color
    Section 3. Specific Skin Problems
    15 Acne (Type 1 Sensitive Skin)
    16 Rosacea (Type 2 Sensitive Skin)
    17 Burning and Stinging Skin (Type 3 Sensitive Skin)
    18 Contact Dermatitis (Type 4 Sensitive Skin)
    19 Wrinkled Skin
    20 Chemical Peels
    21 Prevention and Treatment of Bruising
    Section 4. Cosmetic Procedures
    22 Botulinum Toxin
    23 Dermal Fillers
    24 Lasers and Light Devices
    25 Sclerotherapy
    26 Facial Scar Revision
    27 Starting a Skin Care Product Line
    28 Cosmetic and Drug Regulation
    29 Sunscreens
    30 Retinoids
    31 Cleansing Agents
    32 Moisturizing Agents
    33 Depigmenting Agents
    34 Antioxidants
    35 Anti-inflammatory Agents
    36 Fragrance
    37 Preservatives
    Section 6. Other
    38 Bioengineering of the Skin
    39 Scales Used to Classify Skin
    40 The Psychosocial Aspects of Cosmetic Dermatology
    Index


    Code:
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