Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2014-01-28
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Anti-aging skin care is an important part of dermatologic practice. The science behind the aging process has led to revolutionary changes in the treatment options available. Dermatologists can offer increasing numbers of combinations of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products. As choice increases so the possibility of confusion arises. Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice offers a no-nonsense guide to defusing this confusion. With an emphasis on practical applications, and with easy-access summary features, you can learn the secrets of successful cosmeceutical practice for your patients.

Table of Contents

1 Cosmeceuticals and Clinical Practice
Patricia K. Farris

2 Bench to Beauty Counter: Development of Cosmeceuticals
Alex Kowcz, Gunther Schneider, Wolfgang Pape, Teresa Weber

3 Nanopharmaceuticals and Nanocosmeceuticals
Adnan Nasir

4 Evaluating Cosmeceuticals
David H. McDaniel, Christina Steel, Chris Mazur

5 Modalities for Increasing Penetration
Zoe Diana Draelos

6 Cutaneous Barrier Function, Moisturizer Effects and Formulation
Dee Anna Glaser, Adam R. Mattox

7 Cosmeceutical Uses and Benefits of Alpha, Poly and Bionic Hydroxy Acids
Barbara A. Green

8 Vitamin A: Retinoids and the Treatment of Aging Skin
Diana L. Sachs, John J. Voorhees

9 Vitamin C Cosmeceuticals
Marianne O’Donoghue, Patricia K. Farris

10 Niacinamide: A Topical Vitamin with Wide Ranging Skin Appearance Benefits
Diane S.  Berson, John E. Oblong, Rosemarie M. Osborne, Tomohiro Hakazaki, Mary B. Johnson, Donald L. Bissett

11 Innovative Botanicals
Jennifer David, Candrice, Heath, Susan Taylor

12 Green Tea Extract
Neil Houston, Alexa Boer Kimball

13 Soy and Oatmeal Based Cosmeceuticals
Jason Emer, Heidi Waldorf

14 Bioactive Peptides
Kate Rodan, Kathy Fields, Timothy Falla

15 Growth Factors in Cosmeceuticals
Sabrina Fabi, Hema Sundaram

16 Resveratrol and Synthetic Sirtuin Activators
Patricia K. Farris

17 Skin Aging, Glycation and Glycation Inhibitors
Patricia K. Farris

18 Essential Ions and Bioelectricity in Skin Care
Ying Sun, Elizabeth Bruning, Susan H. Weinkle, Samantha Tucker-Samaras

19 Stem Cell Cosmeceuticals
Mark V. Dahl

20 Cosmeceutical Applications from Marine Organisms
Sung-Hwan Eom, Se-Kwon Kim

21 Cosmeceuticals for the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris
Joshua A. Zeichner

22 Cosmeceutical Skin Lighteners
Marta I. Rendon, Yvette Vazquez, Suzanne M. Horwitz

23 Cosmeceuticals for Treating Cellulite
Doris Hexsel, Cammile L. Hexsel

24 Cosmeceuticals for Hair Loss and Hair Care
Nicole E. Rogers

25 Cosmeceuticals for Treating and Preventing Scars
Ellen Marmur, Katherine Nolan

26 Self Tanners and Sun Protection
Darrell S. Rigal

27 Cosmeceuticals for Rosacea and Facial Redness
Doris Day

28 Cosmeceuticals for Enhancing Cosmetic Procedures
Mary Lupo, Leah Jacob

29 The Future of Cosmeceuticals
Patricia K. Farris

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