cosmetic products

Energy Devices 101: Intense pulsed light (IPL)
Energy Devices 101: Intense pulsed light (IPL)IPL is not typically a gold-star, stand-alone technology, but it has come a long way, evolving to become stronger, more effective and a patient favorite for photo rejuvenation.
Dual incision system helps reduce postop infectionsPrevena Duo is the first disposable negative pressure wound therapy system designed specifically for the management of two closed surgical incisions.
Energy devices 101: Spotlight on lasersWhat laser technologies are available and which should you have in your practice? Laser expert Michael Gold, M.D., advises in this slideshow
Are there certain cosmetics that patients with acne should avoid?An expert discusses which types of products tend to be more comdedogenic and acnegenic.
Clenser with papain enzymes helps nourish skin
Self-tanning cream safetySelf-tanning creams are safe, but perhaps an explanation is in order. There have been a very few reported cases of allergic contact dermatitis to self-tanning creams.
PODCAST: A plethora of aesthetic productsCosmetic concerns are important to many of our patients. Among the difficulties faced by consumers is the blitz of advertising of new and presumably revolutionary products that can rejuvenate and preserve the youthful appearance of the skin. Many products make what sound like medical claims about the efficacy of these agents. Norman Levine, M.D., asked Zoe Draelos, M.D., the foremost authority on this subject, to discuss these issues with us.
New products for cosmetic care in dermatologyTake a look at these new products available for dermatologists.