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Part I: Basic Concepts

Section 1 Skin Physiology Pertinent to Cosmetic Dermatology
1 Epidermal Barrier
Sreekumar Pillai, Megan Manco, Christian Oresajo, and Nada Baalbaki
2 Photoaging
Kalee Shah, Kira Minkis, Jillian Havey Swary, and Murad Alam
3 Pigmentation and Skin of Color
Jasmine C. Hollinger, Chesahna Kindred, and Rebat M. Halder
4 The Somatosensory System and Sensitive Skin
Francis McGlone, David Reilly, and Zoe Diana Draelos
5 Novel, Compelling, Non-invasive Techniques for Evaluating Cosmetic Products
Thomas J. Stephens and Lily I. Jiang
6 Contact Dermatitis and Topical Agents
Emily C. Milam, Alexandra Price, Sarika Ramachandran, and David E. Cohen

Section 2 Delivery of Cosmetic Skin Actives
7 Percutaneous Delivery of Cosmetic Actives to the Skin
Sreekumar Pillai, Surabhi Singh, Christian Oresajo, and Nada Baalbaki
8 Creams and Ointments
Irwin Palefsky

Part II: Hygiene Products

Section 1 Cleansers
9 Bar Cleansers
K.P. Ananthapadmanabhan, Stacy Hawkins
10 Personal Cleansers: Body Washes
Keith Ertel1, Heather Focht, and Karl Wei
11 Facial Cleansers and Cleansing Cloths
Susan Griffiths-Brophy, Erik J. Hasenoehrl, and Karl Wei
12 Hand Cleansers and Sanitizers
Duane Charbonneau
13 “Shampoos for Normal Scalp Hygiene and Dandruff”
James R. Schwartz, Eric S. Johnson, and Thomas L. Dawson

Section 2 Personal Care Products
14 Understanding the 4 Key Elements of Skin Moisturization
Eric S. AbrutynSection 3 Moisturizers
15 Facial Moisturizers
Yohini Appa
16 Hand and Foot Moisturizers
Teresa M. Weber, Frank Rippke, Elke Groenniger, and Andrea M. Schoelermann
17 Sunless Tanning Products
Peter Foltis, Angelike Galdi, and Christian Oresajo
18 Sunscreens
Angelike Galdi, Peter Foltis, Brian Bodnar, Dominique Moyal, and Christian Oresajo

Section 4 Personal Care Products
19 Antiperspirants and Deodorants
Eric S. Abrutyn
20 Blade Shaving
Kevin Cowley, Kristina Vanoosthuyze, Gillian McFeat, and Keith Ertel

Part III: Adornment

Section 1 Colored Facial Cosmetics
21 Facial Foundation
Sylvie Guichard, Véronique Roulier, Brian Bodnar, and Audrey Ricard
22 Camouflage Techniques
Anne Bouloc
23 Lips and Lipsticks
Catherine Heusèle, Hervé Cantin, and Frédéric Bonté
24 Eye Cosmetics
Florante Ricarte, David Singh, Pamela Wong-Putnam, and Sarah A. Vickery

Section 2 Nail Cosmetics
25 Nail Physiology and Grooming
Anna Hare and Phoebe Rich
26 Colored Nail Cosmetics and Hardeners
Paul H. Bryson
27 Cosmetic Prostheses as Artificial Nail Enhancements
Douglas Schoon

Section 3 Hair Cosmetics
28 Hair Physiology and Grooming
Maria Hordinsky, Sherman Chu, Ana Paula Avancini Caramori, and Jeff C. Donovan
29 Hair Dyes
Rene C. Rust and Harald Schlatter
30 Permanent Hair Waving
Annette Schwan-Jonczyk, Gerhard Sendelbach, Andreas Flohr, and Rene C. Rust
31 Hair Straightening
Harold Bryant, Michael DeGeorge, Felicia Dixon, Angela Ellington, Andrew Greaves, and Crystal Porter
32 Hair Styling: Technology and Formulations
Thomas Krause and Rene C. Rust

Part IV: Anti-aging

Section 1 Cosmeceuticals
33 Botanicals
Carl R. Thornfeldt
34 Antioxidants and Anti-inflammatories
Bryan B. Fuller
35 Peptides and Proteins
Karl Lintner
36 Cellular Growth Factors and Exosomes
Rahul C. Mehta, Gail K. Naughton, and Mitchel P. Goldman
37 Topical Cosmeceutical Retinoids
Olivier Sorg, Gürkan Kaya, and Jean H. Saurat
38 Topical Vitamins
John E. Oblong and Joseph H. Jansen
39 Clinical Uses of Hydroxyacids
Barbara A. Green, Eugene J. Van Scott, and Ruey J. Yu
40 The Contribution of Dietary Nutrients and Supplements to Skin Health
Helen Knaggs, Mark Bartlett, Steve Wood, Doug Burke, and Jin Namkoong

Section 2 Injectable Anti-aging Techniques
41 Botulinum Toxins
Margit L.W. Juhasz, Scott R. Freeman, and Joel L. Cohen
42 Hyaluronic Acid Fillers
Mark S. Nestor and Daniel Fischer
43 Calcium Hydroxylapatite for Soft Tissue Augmentation (Updated version)
Stephen Mandy
44 Autologous Skin Fillers
Amer H. Nassar, Andrew S. Dorizas, and Neil S. Sadick
45 Polylactic Acid Fillers
Jacob Beer, Soraya Azzawi, Kenneth R. Beer, and Alyx Rosen Aigen

Section 3 Resurfacing Techniques
46 Superficial Chemical Peels
M. Amanda Jacobs, Randall Roenigk, and Cassondra A. Ellison
47 Medium Depth Chemical Peels
Gary D. Monheit and Katherine T. Hrynewycz
48 Ablative Laser Resurfacing: Confluent and Fractionated
Michael B. Lipp, Kunal Angra, and Mitchel P. Goldman
49 Nonablative Lasers
Katarina R. Kesty and David J. Goldberg
50 Dermabrasion
Christopher B. Harmon and Daniel P. Skinner
51 Skin Exposome
Gabrielle Sore and Stephen Lynch
52 Radiofrequency Microneedling in Cosmetic Dermatology
Shaun Wootten and Lawrence Rheins
53 The Growing Role for Platelet Rich Plasma in Cosmetic Dermatology
Lawrence A. Rheins, Shaun Wootten, and Lynn Begovac
54 Skin Microbiome: General Overview and Application Perspectives
Magali Moreau and Yaxian Zhen

Section 4 Personal Care Products
55 International Nomenclature Chemical Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook: Back-Label Ingredient Statement
Eric S. Abrutyn

Section 5 Implementation of Cosmetic Dermatology into Therapeutics
56 Antiaging Regimens
Karen E. Burke
57 Over-the-counter Acne Treatments
Kirsten Swenson, Emmy M. Graber, and Diane Thiboutot
58 Rosacea Regimens
Joseph Bikowski and Zoe Diana Draelos
59 Eczema Regimens
Zoe D. Draelos
60 Psoriasis Regimens
Arjun M. Bashyam, Varun Ranpariya, and Steven R. Feldman

In the Third Edition of Cosmetic Dermatology: Products and Procedures, accomplished dermatologist Dr. Zoe Diana Draelos delivers the latest information on procedural innovations in the rapidly developing field of cosmetic dermatology. This new edition is structured to follow the typical patient’s cosmetic routing, from everyday moisturizing to adornment and anti-aging techniques. It includes summary boxes at the start of each section to allow for quick reference in a clinical setting, over 300 full-color images illustrate procedures, and demonstrates the benefits of cosmetic products and techniques.

Cosmetic Dermatology combines the expertise of leaders in research, industry, surgery, and practice to introduce cutting edge concepts and outline the best techniques in the cosmetic field.. It addresses appearance issues affecting the skin, hair, and nails. The new edition offers a complete cosmetic regimen for the patients of any cosmetic dermatologist, whether hospital-based or in private practice. It also provides:
• A thorough introduction to basic concepts in dermatology, including skin physiology pertinent to cosmetic dermatology and the delivery of cosmetic actives
• A comprehensive exploration of skin hygiene products, including cleansers, moisturizers, and personal care products
• Practical discussions of adornments, including colored facial cosmetics, eye cosmetics, camouflaging products, nail cosmetics, and hair cosmetics
• In-depth examinations of anti-aging products and procedures, including cosmeceuticals, injectable anti-aging techniques, resurfacing techniques, and skin modulation techniques

Cosmetic Dermatology is perfect for practicing and academic dermatologists, trainee dermatologists, dermatology nurses, and skin care industry researchers It will also earn a place in the libraries of gynecologists, medical aestheticians, family practitioners, and plastic surgeons.

Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, is Consulting Professor in the Department of Dermatology at Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina. She is also President of Dermatology Consulting Services, PLLC, with clinical and laboratory facilities based in High Point, North Carolina, USA.

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