Skin Care

Skin care is a term used to describe the various ways people treat their skin. This may include chemical-based and natural-based products and treatments that help to minimize wrinkles, improve the health quality of the skin, and improve the overall look of the skin. A course in skin care teaches individuals how to care for skin.

Courses for: doctors, dentists, midwives, nurses, paramedics.

 

Duration: 1 day

Location: Nijmegen

Dates: 01.04.2019 | 28.12.2019

 

Course content:

  • Skin anatomy & phototypes
  • Clinical Diagnosis of Skin Conditions
  • Skin Aging
  • Primary Factors – Natural Aging (lack of elastic tissue, loss of fat tissue etc)
  • Photo Aging – (Sun exposure
  • econdary Factors
  • Skin conditions and injury
  • Skin regeneration
  • Dermal wound healing
  • Scar
  • Photoaging & Melasma
  • Rosacea
  • Post-inflammatory pigmentation
  • Acne in puberty and in adulthood
  • Skin lesions: Fibromas, moles, seborrheic keratosis, warts and others
  • Chemical Peels
  • The chemistry of peeling
  • Mechanism of action
  • Active substances
  • Classic peel formulae and adjunctive skincare formulae
  • Treatment planning
  • Indication: Skin type/skin problem
  • Acne, acne scaring
  • Tissue tightening
  • Pigmented lesions and photoaging
  • Rosacea
  • Thread veins
  • Skin rejuvenations
  • Topical skin rejuvenation – Dermaceauticals: Prevent, Correct, Protect
  • Key ingredient that have an impact on skin (hydroquinone, retinol etc)
  • My take home advice for patient (Treatment Protocol Kits)
  • The Evolution of Technology in Medical Aesthetics
  • Microneedling as a Standalone Treatment