A practical guide to chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion and by Rebecca Small MD FAAFP

By Rebecca Small MD FAAFP

A functional consultant to Chemical Peels Microdermabrasion and Topical Products

This 3rd quantity in the Cosmetic Procedures series information a large array of minimally invasive beauty epidermis methods. despite your adventure point with aesthetic medication, this reference can provide important evidence and procedural advice readers can practice on to day-by-day perform. content material beneficial properties step by step directions for chemical peels and different in-office exfoliation remedies and day-by-day domestic skincare regimens to regard sun-damaged and in advance elderly dermis, zits, rosacea, and hyperpigmentation.

Detailed coverage  encompasses the fundamentals of aesthetic drugs, together with suitable anatomy, goal areas, and components to be refrained from to assist enhance results and reduce hassle dangers. every one bankruptcy specializes in a skincare strategy or topical product routine. Full-color layout and illustrations enhance knowing of every approach and reduction in retention of crucial details. step by step directions advisor readers via each one strategy to speedily gather procedural ability. handy significant other site contains video clips that offer a surgeon’s-eye-view of the procedures.

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• distinctive coverage encompasses the fundamentals of aesthetic drugs, together with proper anatomy, objective areas, and parts to be kept away from to assist enhance results and reduce trouble risks.

• good geared up chapters specialize in a skincare method or topical product regimen.

• Full-color layout and illustrations boost realizing of every method and relief in retention of crucial information.

• step by step directions guide you thru each one strategy to swiftly collect procedural skill.

• handy spouse website contains movies that offer you a surgeon’s-eye-view of the procedures.

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Patients with dehydrated dry skin often report a tight sensation after cleansing and on examination have a dull complexion, and may have skin flaking. Patients with oily skin typically report shininess throughout the day, particularly in the forehead, nose, and chin (“T-zone”). Determining patients’ skin hydration helps guide product selection, particularly with cleansers and moisturizers, as most companies define their products for use by skin hydration. Patients with photoaged skin usually suffer from dehydration.

30) and mandibular involvement may also be seen. Melasma is frequently observed following a change in female hormonal status such as during pregnancy (chloasma) or with use of oral contraceptives. As with all hyperpigmentation disorders, melasma is exacerbated by UV exposure. Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation is visible as brown macules at sites of previously inflamed acne lesions or sites of wound healing (Fig. 31). Patients with darker Fitzpatrick skin types (IV–VI) are more susceptible to PIH, as are patients (of any skin type) with prolonged postprocedure erythma.

These peels may be performed with regularity to promote healthy skin and enhance appearance, have few risks of complications, and can be readily combined with other aesthetic procedures. Medium and deep peels that penetrate into the dermis are considered advanced chemical peels. They offer greater skin rejuvenation benefits; however, medium and deep peels also have greater risks of adverse outcomes and long-term complications. In addition, advanced peels are appropriate for a limited patient population, require more intense postprocedure care, and some may only be performed once or twice in a lifetime.

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