Re-establishing Homeostasis: The Aesthetic Management of Hyperproliferative Skin Disorders
The aesthetic manifestations of hyperproliferative skin disorders can be severely socially debilitating. Tune in to hear about the two most frequently observed conditions in this category, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. This webinar will address the science behind each disorder’s altered or pathologically deviated epidermal homeostasis and the makeup of nonmelanoma skin cancers. Learn how to adjuvant the respective medical treatments with skin care solutions. By reestablishing skin homeostasis with novel aesthetic treatments, professionals can help clients rediscover confidence in their skin and themselves and enhance their quality of life.
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Dr. Jayant N. Lokhande, M.D.(Botanical Drugs) : MBA - Biotechnology is an expert in Botanical Drugs & Biotechnology Business Management. He has successfully strategized and formulated products for several cosmeceuticals, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, and medical foods companies globally. He has significant clinical experience especially in using Botanical Drugs and Medical Foods for Complex and Chronic Diseases. His other professional interests are in Biodiversity Entrepreneurship, Bio prospecting, Medical Anthropology, Disease Reversal Therapeutics, and Ashtanga Yoga. He has special interest and practice in translating Yoga & Ayurveda Principles in Innovation, System & Technology Development. H has edited and authored 3 books so far and that are published by Taylor & Francis. He is currently working as Chief Scientific Officer at DMK Skincare and his responsibilities include Innovation and Product & Service End-User Education Developmen
DMK founder, Danné Montague-King, is a pioneer in his industry. He has seen the depths of depression associated with poorly functioning skin. In fact, his everlasting passion was born from his dissatisfaction with his own acne as a teenager. From not understanding the condition completely, to failed attempts from top United States dermatologists to cure his acne, Montague-King had to take things into his own hands and, desperate for a cure, became his own guinea pig. A string of breakthroughs, trials, tribulations, and many travels would follow, until he found his first true breakthrough in the 1960s, involving vitamin C therapy. Thats all it took to spark what would be decades of developing successful treatments and products that would combine to form the iconic brand that is DMK – sold throughout 30 countries.