Products and Procedures
This text is intended to function as a compendium on the field of cosmetic dermatology. Cosmetic dermatology knowledge draws on the insight of the bench
researcher, the innovation of the manufacturer, the formulation expertise of the cosmetic chemist, the art of the dermatologic surgeon, and the experience of the clinical dermatologist. These knowledge bases heretofore have been presented in separate textbooks written for specific audiences. This approach to information archival does not pro- vide for the synthesis of knowledge required to advance the sci- ence of cosmetic dermatology. The book begins with a discussion of basic concepts relat- ing to skin physiology. The areas of skin physiology that are relevant to cosmetic dermatology include skin barrier, photo- aging, sensitive skin, pigmentation issues, and sensory percep- tions. All cosmetic products impact the
skin barrier, it is to be hoped in a positive manner, to improve skin health. Failure of the skin to function optimally results in photoaging, sensitive skin, and pigmentation abnormalities. Damage to the skin is ultimately perceived as sensory anomalies. Skin damage can be accelerated by products that induce contact dermatitis. While the dermatologist can assess skin health visually, non‐ invasive methods are valuable to confirm observations or to detect slight changes in skin
health that are imperceptible to the human eye.
جهت استعلام قيمت و سفارش چاپ اين محصول لطفا با انتشارات گنج حضور تماس حاصل فرماييد