Dr. Zoe Draelos is a dermatologist practicing in High Point, NC. Dr. Draelos specializes in skin care. Dermatologists evaluate and manage both common and uncommon skin conditions. These conditions include acne, psoriasis, warts, skin infections, atopic dermatitis, herpes simplex and more. Dermatologists are also experts in more complex skin diseases like impetigo, hidradenitis and milaria. Dr. Draelos diagnoses skin problems and develops unique treatments plans for each individual patient.
Education and Training
Univ of Az Coll of Med, Tucson Az 1983
University of Arizona College of Medicine 1983
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
- Topical agents used in association with cosmetic surgery.
- Treating the patient with multiple cosmetic product allergies. A problem-oriented approach to sensitive skin.
- Cosmetics and skin care products. A historical perspective.
- Therapeutic moisturizers.
- Colored facial cosmetics.
- The biology of hair care.
- Nail cosmetic issues.
- Hydrogel barrier/repair creams and contact dermatitis.
- A dermatologist's perspective on the final sunscreen monograph.
- Cosmetics to imitate a summer tan.
- Physicians' and patients' perspectives on office-based dispensing: the central role of the physician-patient relationship.
- Special considerations in eye cosmetics.
- Botanicals as topical agents.
- Degradation and migration of facial foundations.
- Cosmetics in acne and rosacea.
- Self-tanning lotions: are they a healthy way to achieve a tan?
- Clinical situations conducive to proactive barrier enhancement.
- Facial hygiene and comprehensive management of rosacea.
- The effect of two skin cleansing systems on moderate xerotic eczema.
- High-strength tretinoin for rapid retinization of photoaged facial skin.
- The impact of cosmetic dermatology on skin care and cosmetics.
- Treating beyond the histology of rosacea.
- Noxious sensory perceptions in patients with mild to moderate rosacea treated with azelaic acid 15% gel.
- Novel approach to the treatment of hyperpigmented photodamaged skin: 4% hydroquinone/0.3% retinol versus tretinoin 0.05% emollient cream.
- Zinc and skin health: overview of physiology and pharmacology.
- Efficacy of 1% 4-ethoxybenzaldehyde in reducing facial erythema.
- Topical and oral estrogens revisited for antiaging purposes.
- Assessment of skin barrier function in rosacea patients with a novel 1% metronidazole gel.
- Niacinamide-containing facial moisturizer improves skin barrier and benefits subjects with rosacea.
- Sunscreens and hair photoprotection.
- Compliance and sunscreens.
- A comparison of hair quality and cosmetic acceptance following the use of two anti-dandruff shampoos.
- A re-evaluation of the comedogenicity concept.
- Ability of moisturizers to reduce dry skin and irritation and to prevent their return.
- The rationale for advancing the formulation of azelaic acid vehicles.
- Concepts in a multiprong approach to photoaging.
- The effect of Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser on the skin barrier of patients with rosacea.
- The effect of 2% niacinamide on facial sebum production.
- Concepts in skin care maintenance.
- The effect of a daily facial cleanser for normal to oily skin on the skin barrier of subjects with acne.
- Facilitating facial retinization through barrier improvement.
- The cosmeceutical conundrum.
- An evaluation of topical 3% salicylic acid and 1% hydrocortisone in the maintenance of scalp pruritus.
- Welcome! To the journal of cosmetic dermatology.
- Is cosmetic dermatology real medicine?
- The disease of cellulite.
- A pilot study evaluating the efficacy of topically applied niacin derivatives for treatment of female pattern alopecia.
- The shrinking world: skin considerations in a global community.
- Is the paper journal obsolete?
- The facial rejuvenation algorithm.
- The combination of 2% 4-hydroxyanisole (mequinol) and 0.01% tretinoin effectively improves the appearance of solar lentigines in ethnic groups.
- Two randomized studies demonstrate the efficacy and safety of dapsone gel, 5% for the treatment of acne vulgaris.
- Insight into skin lightening cosmeceuticals for women of color.
- What is anti-aging?
- An animal model assessment of common dye-induced allergic contact dermatitis.
- Modulation of gene expression as a new skin anti-aging strategy.
- Retaining the professionalism of cosmetic dermatology.
- Perceptions of beauty.
- Combining clindamycin 1%-benzoyl peroxide 5% gel with multiple therapeutic options.
- Skin lightening preparations and the hydroquinone controversy.
- Defining safety tolerance limits.
- The dermatology dispensing debate.
- Publishing the nuisance negative study.
- Use of topical corticosteroids and topical calcineurin inhibitors for the treatment of atopic dermatitis in thin and sensitive skin areas.
- The effect of ceramide-containing skin care products on eczema resolution duration.
- Clinical situations conducive to proactive skin health and anti-aging improvement.
- Cosmetic dermatology versus cosmetology: a misnomer in need of urgent correction.
- New channels for old cosmeceuticals: aquaporin modulation.
- The ability of onion extract gel to improve the cosmetic appearance of postsurgical scars.
- The international cosmetic dermatologic community: trends and controversies.
- A novel ultraviolet photography technique for assessing photodamage.
- Moisturizing cream ameliorates dryness and desquamation in participants not receiving topical psoriasis treatment.
- The cosmeceutical realm.
- The effect of vehicle formulation on acne medication tolerability.
- Credentialing cosmeceuticals.
- Clinical efficacy evaluation of a novel barrier protection cream.
- Improving compliance in acne treatment: benzoyl peroxide considerations.
- The allure of tanned skin.
- An evaluation of prescription device moisturizers.
- Evaluating consumer dermatologic devices.
- An evaluation of the effect of a topical product containing C-xyloside and blueberry extract on the appearance of type II diabetic skin.
- Disclosure: a modest proposal.
- Cosmeceuticals: undefined, unclassified, and unregulated.
- Cosmeceutical sustainability: reaping rewards from the environment.
- Controlling reactive oxygen species in skin at their source to reduce skin aging.
- What defines aging?
- Active agents in common skin care products.
- Commentary: healthy hair and protein loss.
- The multifunctionality of 10% sodium sulfacetamide, 5% sulfur emollient foam in the treatment of inflammatory facial dermatoses.
- Are sunscreens safe?
- Living longer, looking lovely.
- Nutrition and enhancing youthful-appearing skin.
- The biofilm: skin health and beauty in a contaminated world.
- Top 10 botanical ingredients in 2010 anti-aging creams.
- Evaluation of a kojic acid, emblica extract, and glycolic acid formulation compared with hydroquinone 4% for skin lightening.
- Genomics: the future of cosmetic dermatology.
- Essentials of Hair Care often Neglected: Hair Cleansing.
- Low-fluence Q-switched neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet laser for melasma with pre- or post-treatment triple combination cream.
- Randomized tolerability analysis of clindamycin phosphate 1.2%-tretinoin 0.025% gel used with benzoyl peroxide wash 4% for acne vulgaris.
- Eating for a lifetime of healthy skin.
- Robotic cosmetic dermatology.
- Camouflage technique for alopecia areata: What is a patient to do?
- The appearance of facial foundation cosmetics applied after metronidazole gel 1%.
- The art and science of new advances in cosmeceuticals.
- The multifunctional value of sunscreen-containing cosmetics.
- Genetic mosaicism and Fitzpatrick skin type.
- A clinical evaluation of the comparable efficacy of hyaluronic acid-based foam and ceramide-containing emulsion cream in the treatment of mild-to-moderate atopic dermatitis.
- Reinvigorating cosmetic dermatology with the nanoparticle revolution.
- The rise of cosmetic dermatology in the new medical model.
- Male skin and ingredients relevant to male skin care.
- New treatments for restoring impaired epidermal barrier permeability: skin barrier repair creams.
- Examining the science of aging.
- A multicenter, double-blind study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of 2 treatments in participants with mild to moderate acne vulgaris.
- Cosmetics, categories, and the future.
- Cosmetics, diet, and the future.
- Creating an attractive aging face.
- Antipruritic hydrogel for the treatment of atopic dermatitis: an open-label pilot study.
- Shampoos, conditioners, and camouflage techniques.
- Are cosmetics safe?
- To smell or not to smell? That is the question!
- Topically delivered dissolved oxygen reduces inflammation and positively
- Modern moisturizer myths, misconceptions, and truths.
- The cosmetic dose: how much are you getting?
- Cosmetic treatment of nails.
- Aging skin: the role of diet: facts and controversies.
- The biofilm, injectables, and cosmetic dermatology.
- Commentary: Is topical zinc effective in the treatment of melasma?
- Azelaic acid foam 15% in the treatment of papulopustular rosacea: a randomized, double-blind, vehicle-controlled study.
- Hair, sun, regulation, and beauty.
- Cosmeceuticals: efficacy and influence on skin tone.
- The skin health and beauty pyramid: a clinically based guide to selecting topical skincare products.
- Age-related NADH oxidase (arNOX)-catalyzed oxidative damage to skin proteins.
- Aging in a polluted world.
- Reply to 'skin cancer, photoprotection, and skin of color'.
- Non-obligatory role of prostaglandin D2 receptor subtype 1 in rosacea: laropiprant in comparison to a placebo did not alleviate the symptoms of erythematoelangiectaic rosacea.
- Science and the validation of cosmeceutical formulations.
- Defining cosmetic issues in a world of medical necessity.
- A split-face evaluation of a novel pigment-lightening agent compared with no treatment and hydroquinone.
- Facial skin care products and cosmetics.
- Demonstration of the biphasic release of 0.1% halcinonide cream.
- Cosmetic procedures and the distortion of beauty.
- A method for maintaining the clinical results of 4% hydroquinone and 0.025% tretinoin with a cosmeceutical formulation.
- Cosmetics: the medicine of beauty.
- Triamcinolone spray: no-rub application as effective as rub application.
- Cosmetic Dermatology and the Distortion of Beauty.
- Stratum corneum absorption kinetics of 2 potent topical corticosteroid formulations: a pilot study.
- Hair care and dyeing.
- New and Emerging Treatments for Rosacea.
- A pilot study investigating the efficacy of botanical anti-inflammatory agents in an OTC eczema therapy.
- Assessing the Value of Botanical Anti-Inflammatory Agents in an OTC Acne Treatment Regimen.
- Cosmetic Drugs of Antiquity.
- Combination Superficial Peels With Salicylic Acid and Post-Peel Retinoids.
- The Effect of a Combination of Recombinant EGF Cosmetic Serum and a Crosslinked Hyaluronic Acid Serum as Compared to a Fibroblast-Conditioned Media Serum on the Appearance of Aging Skin.
- Differences in Cutaneous Irritation of Five Commonly Used Topical Products.
- Five-day study to judge the short-term effect of a benzoyl peroxide 3% gel on acne lesions.
- An Open Label Clinical Trial of a Peptide Treatment Serum and Supporting Regimen Designed to Improve the Appearance of Aging Facial Skin.
- Protective effects of a novel nutritional and phytonutrient blend on ultraviolet radiation-induced skin damage and inflammatory response through aging defense mechanisms.
- The Anti-Aging Effects of Low Oxygen Tension Generated Multipotent Growth Factor Containing Serum.
- Cosmeceuticals for rosacea.
- A Randomized Controlled Study of a Novel Botanical Acne Spot Treatment.
- The Role of a Natural Mollusk Egg-Derived Ingredient in Facial Appearance.
- Efficacy and safety of the Janus Kinase 1 inhibitor PF-04965842 in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis: phase 2, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.
- Cosmeceuticals for Male Skin.
- New developments in cosmetics and skin care products.
- Camouflaging techniques and dermatologic surgery.
- Therapeutic skin care in the mature patient.
- Sensitive skin: perceptions, evaluation, and treatment.
- Understanding African-American hair.
- Cellulite. Etiology and purported treatment.
- Cosmetics, skin care products, and the dermatologic surgeon. Postsurgical selection of cleansing products.
- Controversies surrounding in-office dispensing.
- 2009 Americas Best Doctors, Doctors Publication
- 2004 Society of Cosmetic Chemists Best Paper, Society of Cosmetic Chemists
- Doak 2007 DermArts Award
- Health Beauty America 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award
- 2000 Society of Cometic Chemists Best Paper, Socidty of Cosmetic Chemists
- American Academy of Dermatology 2005 Golden Triangle Award
- 1979 Rhodes Scholar, Rhodes Trust
- 1983 Alpha Omega Alpha, Medical School Top 10%
- Liposuction, Cosmetic Skin Care, Hair Problems And More
- Seborrheic Dermatitis
- Actinic Keratosis
- Skin Cancer
- Contact Dermatitis
- Sebaceous Cyst
- MemberGuilford County Medical Society
- Member North Carolina Medical Society
- Member North Carolina Dermatology Association
- Member Society for Investigative Dermatology
- Member Dermatology Foundation
- Member Alpha Omega Alpha
- Member American Dermatology Association
- Member Council for Nail Disorders
- Member International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology
- Member Tau Beta Pi
- Member Society of Cosmetic Chemists
- Member Sigma Xi
- Member Women's Dermatology Society
- Member American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- Member American Academy of Dermatology
- Fellow AAD Membership:
- University Med Ctr, Dermatology; University Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
- Arizona Health Sciences Center 1983
- Arizona Health Sciences Center 1984
- University Med Ctr, Dermatology University Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
- UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
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