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“A series of articles appearing in Skin Inc. magazine on various topics related to skin physiology formed the initial basis for the original book Physiology of the Skin (Allured Books, 1998). Throughout the years, the topics expanded so much that this additional information required a new edition, thus Physiology of the Skin II (Allured Books, 2001) was issued. Now, new advances in basic science have made it necessary for a subsequent book, Physiology of the Skin, Third Edition, to be released by Allured Books in early 2011. Zoe Draelos, MD, has helped prepare this new edition. She is not only a highly skilled dermatologist, but also a first-rate scientist and the editor of a national medical journal. I am pleased that this third edition will continue to provide estheticians with the relevant information so necessary for the understanding and delivery of professional skin care. Although my interest will always be to help estheticians increase their knowledge of the skin, I am happy to pass the torch to the competent and professional Dr. Draelos.”
—Peter T. Pugliese, MD
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