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 developments taking place, in addition to the many common Over The Counter products already available, in order to be vigilant in checking the possible benefits or disadvantages for patients.
1.Facial Dermatology Problems
2.Body Dermatology Problems
3.Hair Dermatology Problems
4.Nail Dermatology Problems
Zoe Diana Draelos
A board certified dermatologist in private practice and a Primary Investigator for Dermatology Consulting Services, High Point, North Carolina, USA, which she founded in 1988 to provide education, develop formulation technology, and conduct clinical studies in association with the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry. A national and international speaker, Dr Draelos has been the recipient of numerous research grants and served as Principal Investigator on more than 200 clinical trials.
She has also contributed more than 200 articles and 25 book chapters, and is one of the authors or editors of five books. She serves on eight editorial boards, including Cosmetics and Toiletries and The International Journal of Cosmetic Science, and is Editor in Chief of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. Dr Draelos has been the recipient of several awards and honours, including a Lifetime Achievement Award for her research for Health Beauty America.
This textbook should be in every practicing dermatologist’s library.
Marianne N. O’Donoghue, M0D Oak Brook, Ill