Skincare Training for Pharmacy


  • Skincare training for pharmacy
  • Objectives
  • Functions of the skin
  • The skin microbiome
  • Why does skin become dry?
  • How do emollients help?
  • Colloidal oatmeal and its benefits
  • New AVEENO Dermexa range I
  • New AVEENO Dermexa range II
  • The AVEENO range
  • Learning scenario
  • Assessment
  • Action & Evaluation

Skincare Training for Pharmacy


Dry and eczema-prone skin can have a significant impact on everything from self-esteem to work and family life,1 with eczema being one of the most common skin conditions for which people see a GP.1 In the UK, 1 in 5 children and 1 in 12 adults have atopic eczema.2

Fortunately, there is a range of options available in the pharmacy. The advice of pharmacists and their status can make all the difference to customers suffering with dry or itchy skin who are looking for products that will work to moisturise and soothe their dry, itchy skin.

Originally Published by Training Matters


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