Skincare training for pharmacy

Delve into dry skin management and understand how you can make a difference to customers looking for advice, support and product recommendations to help manage their compromised skin.

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15 minute module

Skincare training
for pharmacy

This module explores dry skin management in depth so that both pharmacists and their teams can make a difference to customers looking for advice and support with their skin needs.

  • Understand the skin structure, function and microbiome and their impact on skin health
  • Appreciate the role of the skin microbiome in skin health
  • Be able to identify compromised skin conditions including eczema, and know when to refer to the GP
  • Understand the importance of emollients in the management of compromised skin, and the benefits of the AVEENO® range

Content developed by Johnson & Johnson working together with CIG Healthcare
Partnership. © 2020 CIG Healthcare Partnership

Job number: UK/AV/19-14234 Date of preparation: October 2019

Product information and references are available at the end of the module.

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