Hormones and Skin Disease
Dec 11

Hormones and Skin Disease

Studies have shown that hormones are directly linked to skin disease such as acne, melasma, and...

 

Studies have shown that hormones are directly linked to skin disease such as acne, melasma, and...

  • SELF STUDY ONLINE COURSE

    CEU 4

    Studies have shown that hormones can have an affect on skin disease, and can exasperate already existing conditions. This material covers hormones and contributing factors such as inflammation and the affects of inflammatory responses on skin disease. Predisposed factors such as ethnicity is covered, as well as skin conditions such as acne, aging, keratosis pilaris, and hyperpigmented disorder such as melasma. Preventative therapies are discussed as well as treatment applications. This material provides the practitioner with a thorough understanding on the effects of hormones with the onset of skin diseases and disorders.     


    SELF STUDY BOOK

    The material is offered in print material which includes CE article, test questions and answers. The print material was designed to help reinforce learning objectives, and is an ideal reference for those who wish to have a better understanding of cutaneous physiology and the skin's response to the endocrine system.   


    CREDIBLE MATERIAL

    The material has been reviewed and endorsed by Dr. Abdala Kalil, Creator of the VI Chemical Peel.  


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  • Category
    Classes
  • Date & Time
    Dec 11 2018 at 09:00 AM - Dec 31 2019 at 01:00 PM
  • Location & full address
    INTERNATIONAL ONLINE
  • Event Admins
    Linda Gulla

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