Cosmetics for skin, hair, and nails play a vital part in the management and treatment of many dermatological conditions; unfortunately, they may also at times be the cause of some dermatological problems. They are therefore subjects where dermatologists need to be aware of the major commercial...
Published September 1st 2011 by CRC Press
Cosmeceuticals are skin-care products that fall between a cosmetic and a pharmaceutical; that is, they have active ingredients that counter skin ageing and promote skin rejuvenation. As such, they are an invaluable adjunct to the cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon performing minimally...
Published March 25th 2010 by CRC Press
Series: Basic and Clinical Dermatology
Designed with practicing dermatologists, dermatology trainees, physicians, and scientists interested in photoprotection in mind, this concise and highly illustrated guide provides the latest knowledge of photoprotection in dermatology and cosmetic science. Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and...
Published December 22nd 2008 by CRC Press
Series: Cosmetic Science and Technology
Specifically written to meet the needs of the cosmetic chemist and engineer, this reference outlines the latest technologies and issues pertinent to the development novel skin care products including advances in formulation and development, raw materials and active ingredients, compound testing,...
Published June 19th 2005 by CRC Press
An Illustrated Dermatologic Handbook
This innovative, fully illustrated handbook provides the foundation for understanding the scientific basis for professional hair care. Linking hair physiology with disease states, patient behavior and cosmetic procedures, this book covers: grooming and grooming cosmetics, coloring techniques,...
Published December 29th 2004 by CRC Press
The Art of Minimally Invasive Combination Therapy
In recent years the demand for rejuvenating treatments for the face has grown dramatically for both men and women. Alongside that demand, a wide variety of treatments have evolved, and a combination of different treatments can often result in much greater improvement than single-treatment...
Published July 25th 2002 by CRC Press