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Zoe Diana Draelos, M.D.
Zoe Diana Draelos, M.D., is a consulting professor of dermatology, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C. She is investigator, Dermatology Consulting Services, High Point, N.C., and a Dermatology Times Editorial Advisor and co-medical editor.
Improve appearance of cracked heels
Improve appearance of cracked heels
Cracked heels are common painful condition in women who go barefoot, wear sandals, or poorly fitting unpadded shoes. Find out what can be done to improve appearance.
How does a sonicating brush clean the skin?
There are many brush types of cleansing implements currently marketed to enhance cleansing of the face. Learn how they have evolved.
Cosmetic dermatology and the "none" or "almost none" phenomenon
We are entering a new era in dermatology where numerous drugs are available with the sole purpose of improving appearance and not treating disease. New criteria are needed for measuring success of these drugs.
Are growth factors safe in cosmetics?
Growth factors are one of the most controversial cosmetic ingredients in terms of safety. Learn why.
Can females achieve a good leg shave when using hair conditioner as shaving cream?
Does hair conditioner make an excellent shaving cream? to find out the answer keep reading.
What is an emollient?
Basically, an emollient is a film forming substance that makes the skin feel and look smooth. Emolliency can be achieved with three methods
What are the goals of a cosmeceutical?
In the skin care industry, a successful cosmeceutical is designed to deliver three benefits.
A new product category: pharmacoids
These unique pharmaceuticals are in many ways the newest category of products to grace our armamentarium. They are drugs that improve appearance temporarily in those with disease.
What is Emu oil?
Emu oil is high in essential fatty acids and is used in hair care products, read to find out what Emu Oil is and how its used in hair products.
In search of finding an anti-aging gene
The human genome project was completed without finding an anti-aging gene, much to the disappointment of scientists. Yet, the search continues for genes that could be modified to influence aging. Read and learn more

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