The journal provides the complete information needs of practitioners concerned with progress in research related to skin, clinical dermatology and therapy and hair loss. Advances in Cosmetic Dermatology is guided by a distinguished, international editorial board and emphasizes a global approach to continuing medical education for physicians and other providers of health care with a specific interest in problems relating to the skin. The journal strengthens the bridge between the best of cosmetic science available in industry and dermatology to bring readers the most cutting edge information by publishing the articles in it.
Aim and Scope
The journal’s aim is to publish peer-reviewed original articles, reviews and case reports on research and clinical practice in all aspects of dermatology, including dermatopathology and mycology. Advances in Cosmetic Dermatology presents new and clinical information focusing on appearance-related aspects of dermatology. Via several indepth and clinical articles, readers are informed on topics of current interest in the cosmetic dermatology field as it evolves. The articles cover clinical and investigative studies, treatments, new diagnostic techniques, and other topics relating to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the skin.
The scope of coverage includes, but will not be limited to: healthy skin; skin maintenance; ageing skin; photodamage and photoprotection; rejuvenation; biochemistry, endocrinology and neuroimmunology of healthy skin; imaging; skin measurement; quality of life; skin types; sensitive skin; rosacea and acne; sebum; sweat; fat; phlebology; hair conservation, restoration and removal; nails and nail surgery; pigment; psychological and medicolegal issues; retinoids; cosmetic chemistry; dermopharmacy; cosmeceuticals; toiletries; striae; cellulite; cosmetic dermatological surgery; blepharoplasty; liposuction; surgical complications; botulinum; fillers, peels and dermabrasion; local and tumescent anaesthesia; electrosurgery; lasers, including laser physics, laser research and safety, vascular lasers, pigment lasers, hair removal lasers, tattoo removal lasers, resurfacing lasers, dermal remodelling lasers and laser complications.