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Ultimate Skin Health Symposium Is Nov. 9-11

August 31, 2012


• Zein E. Obagi, will serve as director of the 24th Ultimate Skin Health Symposium (www.ultimateskinsymposium.com), a three-day breakthrough skin rejuvenation program taking place at the Montage Hotel, Beverly Hills, California from Nov. 9-11, 2012.

The symposium will attract dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons and skin care professionals from all over the world. Attendees will learn the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on the full spectrum of skin health and rejuvenation therapies.

Key topics will include new topical agents and delivery systems; novel peel protocols to treat anti-aging, acne, photo damage; laser and light based devices for face and off-face applications; and pearls for using dermal fillers and neurotoxins.

More info: www.ultimateskinsymposium.com
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