Washington (AFP) – Cosmetologists, like many other medical professionals, are working to find a way to treat skin conditions with less chemicals, with new tools and devices.
But they are still not using all the tools they need.
“It is very, very hard to find new tools,” said Dr Roberta M. Miller, director of the Department of Cosmetic Surgery at the University of Washington.
The need for more modern treatments has been growing over the past decade, Miller said, as more and more patients suffer from severe skin conditions that cause long-term damage to their bodies.
More than 40,000 patients a year in Washington state are being treated for skin conditions ranging from eczema and psoriasis to cystic fibrosis, according to the Washington Department of Health and Human Services.
“If you’re a cosmetologist and you have to treat someone who has a serious skin condition, you’ve got to go to the same people,” Miller said.
“You’ve got this constant need to look out for those people.”
Miller and her colleagues have created a new system called Cosmetology Color Wheel that they hope can be used to treat conditions such as eczemas and psoriacs.
“Cosmetology kits are great, but we’re not using them,” said Miller.
“So what I want to do is develop an all-in-one system that can be integrated into a kit.
So that you can put it on the back of your skinbrush and use it all at once.”
The Cosmetological Color Wheel is a 3D printer-like tool that can produce high-quality synthetic skin products that can go into a wide range of products.
It can also produce the materials and shapes needed for the skin treatments, and it can be combined with other skin care products to create a range of treatments.
“We need to get out of the box, we need to start thinking about things,” said Margo P. Gaffney, the university’s associate director of cosmetic surgery and a member of the research team.
“Now we need a way of making those things available in a way that’s safe and convenient.”
The researchers at the university have developed a new tool called the Cosmetical Color Wheel.
It is the result of a collaboration with the University, and has been approved for use by the US Food and Drug Administration.
“The Cosmocolor wheel is a very powerful tool that allows people to create products,” said P.M. Gafney.
“But the only way to get it in the hands of consumers is to develop this new platform that can bring this product to the consumer.”
This is the future of cosmetic therapy.
“In the future, the Cosmacolor wheel could be integrated with other products, including a skin care system.
Miller said she and her team hope to launch a test market in the near future.”
I want to take this technology and give people the tools to make cosmetic products that are safe and sustainable,” she said.