Improve your knowledge and treat patients with confidence using today's most advanced cosmeceutical treatments and expert guidance from author Zoe Diana Draelos, MD. Cosmeceuticals, 3rd Edition, a volume in the Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, covers cutting-edge content, keeping you up to date with developments in this rapidly-moving field so you can offer your patients the latest cosmeceutical therapies with optimal results.
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.
Expand your repertoire and refine your skills with a wealth of color illustrations and photographs depicting cases as they appear in practice.
Learn new uses for botanicals, including soy and green tea, as well as vitamin antioxidants, peptides, growth factors, and stem cells.
View videos online and see, step by step, how cosmeceuticals can make a difference in treating wrinkles and fine lines, facial redness, dry skin, and acne.
Find what you need quickly with new summaries and keypoints at the start of each chapter.
Browse the fully searchable text online at expertconsult.com, along with expanded video content and downloadable images.
Part One: Defining the Cosmeceutical Realm 1 Cosmeceuticals: Function and the Skin Barrier Bivash R. Dasgupta, John Bajor, Dawn J. Mazzatti, Manoj Misra 2 Cosmeceutical Formulation Considerations Irwin Palefsky 3 Evaluating Cosmeceutical Efficiency Gary L. Grove, Jonn Damia, Tim Houser, Charles Zerweck Part Two: Cosmeceutical Actives 4 Retinoids John E. Oblong, Bradley B. Jarrold 5 Cosmeceutical Vitamins: Vitamin C Patricia K. Farris 6 Cosmeceutical Vitamins: Vitamin B John E. Oblong, Holly A. Rovito 7 Physiologic Lipids for Barrier Repair in Dermatology Peter M. Elias 8 Cosmeceutical Botanicals Carl R. Thornfeldt 9 Marine Botanicals Patricia K. Farris 10 Cosmeceutical Metals James R. Schwartz, Kevin J. Mills 11 Moisturizer and Barrier Repair Formulations James Q. Del Rosso 12 Skin Lightening Agents Marta I. Rendon, Suzanne R. Micciantuono 13 Antiaging Benefit Ingredients: AHAs, PHAs and Bionic Acids Barbara A. Green, Yamini Sabherwal 14 Stem Cell Cosmeceuticals Aleksandra J. Poole, Gabriel Nistor 15 Nutritional Antioxidants Karen E. Burke 16 Endogenous Growth Factors as Cosmeceuticals Rahul C. Mehta, Richard E. Fitzpatrick 17 Sunscreens Dee Anna Glaser 18 Cosmeceuticals and Contact Dermatitis Christen M. Mowad, Lauren N. Taglia Part Three: The Application of Cosmeceuticals to Dermatologic Practice 19 Wrinkles and Fine Lines Zoe Diana Draelos 20 Facial Redness Zoe Diana Draelos 21 Dyspigmented Skin Zoe Diana Draelos 22 Oily Skin Zoe Diana Draelos 23 Dry Skin Zoe Diana Draelos 24 Acne Zoe Diana Draelos Part Four: Cosmeceutical Myths 25 Acne Cosmeceutical Myths Zoe Diana Draelos 26 Cosmeceutical Antiaging Myths Zoe Diana Draelos 27 Botanical Cosmeceutical Myths Zoe Diana Draelos Part Five: New Research in Cosmeceuticals 28 Gene Array Technology and the Search for Cosmeceutical Actives Bryan B. Fuller 29 Future Cosmeceuticals of Dermatologic Importance Sarah Malerich, Nils Krueger, Neil S. Sadick Summary What is the Next Horizon for Cosmeceuticals?