Peels and Chemical Exfoliation, from Milady’s Aesthetician Series, successfully exposes the reader to a broad understanding of the use of specific peeling agents and how they react on the skin. In this text, the author addresses the advanced educational needs of aestheticians and nurses in such settings as medical skin care facilities, day spas and resort spas. Through specific case studies, clinicians will improve their knowledge of the peeling process. These studies validate and underscore the clinical information. Unique to this publication is an expanded chapter dedicated to peeling agents, indications for use and predictable outcomes. Finally, policy and procedure guides show the clinician, physician or facility how to implement ideas and programs.
Author: Pamela Hill
- Improved skin typing processes that help to improve the outcome of each treatment.
- New peel treatments and solutions that improved treatment results.
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- Updates in peel indications help the aesthetician to choose the correct solution for the problem they are trying to solve.
- Case studies specific to the treatment make the material easy to understand.
- Advanced educational information is highly relevant to today’s environment.
- Detailed descriptions of the peeling process make it easier to understand the material.
- Introduction to Peels and Peeling
- Anatomy and Physiology of Aging and Solar Damaged Skin
- Healing Peeled Skin
- Fundamentals of Skin Care
- Assessing Patient’s Suitability And Predicting Peel Efficacy
- Understanding Chemical Peeling
- Glycolic Peels
- Jessner’s Peels
- Trichloroacetic Acid Peels
- Salicylic Acid and Designer Peels
- Peels in Your Practice
352 pp., 8″ x 9¼”, Softcover, ©2011
List Price: $62.95 USD