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Keynote: J Clin Exp Dermatol Res
In this presentation, we explore detailed knowledge of acne physiology, comprehensive diagnostic skills of the condition, and knowledge of treatment options that will allow the clinician to develop and guide clients or patients in successful acne treatment. Thispresentation looks at acne from a corneotherapeutic and aesthetician point of view. Acne is a chronic skin condition presented almost daily in skin treatment and medical aesthetic clinics and poses treatment challenges because of specific clinical presentation and client or patient needs. The outcomes of this presentation is the understanding of the process of acne formation and interpretation of the clinical examination that will help guide and build both diagnostic skills and provide improved interventions and treatment outcomes.
Topics of Learning Include:
• A review of the epidermal structure as it relates to acne
• Understanding incomplete corneocyte compaction and its role in the acne condition
• Non-inflammatory Acne grades 1 & 2 and inflammatory acne grade 3
• The Endocrine System and its role in the acne condition
• Hormonal Mediated Acne
• The recognition of all visible and diagnostic clues and cues related to the acne condition
Rene Serbon is an international skin expert. She started her education focusing on businessstudies in marketing and then moved to aesthetics. She began studying in New Zealand andcompleted training in Beauty Therapy, which is called Aesthetics in Canada and the US. She alsocompleted training in Electrolysis through the New Zealand Institute of Electrolysis and BeautyTherapy. Serbon sat for international exams and is a Diplomat of CIBTAC and CIDESCO. Shecompleted post-graduate training in Laser, IPL, and the Pastiche Method of Advanced SkinAnalysis, for which she was recognized as an honoree as a Pastiche recognized educator. Shealso serves on the board of education for the International Association For AppliedCorneotherapy.