Dr. Renée A. Beach
Dr. Beach is a dermatologist practicing medical and cosmetic dermatology in Toronto. She opened DermAtelier on Avenue in the Avenue-Lawrence area of the city just over 2 years ago. Her goal is to provide the best possible dermatologic care for people, across skin tones and skin types.
She enjoys treating a range of skin conditions and understands that what often starts off as medical in nature, can develop sequelae that require treatments that are cosmetic in nature and delivery.
In addition to her Dermatology practice, Dr Beach collaborates with medical students and residents in select research projects, teaches residents at Women's College hospital Hair Loss clinic and highlights the knowledge and expertise of dermatologists in her various online, print and television media appearances.
Antioxidants for All – all skin types and all skin tones
Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), in synergy with other combination antioxidants, have been shown to prevent skin damage from UV and environmental aggressors in the last 3 decades. This is achieved due to its precise formulation that maximizes its absorption and has been shown to prevent skin damage from UV and environmental aggressors in the last 3 decades. Is there is value to offering different combinations of Vitamin C-containing antioxidants for different skin types and indications? What can be expected for the range of clinical performance of these antioxidants on different Fitzpatrick skin types? A comprehensive review of the gold standard in antioxidant science, plus new diverse and inclusive clinical data, will be presented.
Friday APR 8, 2022
Skin Barrier Differences in Various Racial/Ethnic Canadian Populations - A Consensus
The Canadian population is diverse with a growing multicultural population. Currently, there are persistent disparities in the care and treatment of skin conditions across different ethnic groups. We will present the first consensus statements on skin barrier differences in various racial/ethnic Canadian populations from the country’s leading ethnodermatology experts. Furthermore, this symposium will review and discuss the benefits of ceramide-containing skin care in diverse populations. Finally, there will be a discussion on next steps and future directions to consider in order to champion and improve equitable dermatological for care for all.
- Present 5 statements of the consensus from Canada’s leading ethnodermatology experts addressing skin barrier differences in various racial/ethnic Canadian populations
- Discuss the relevance of skincare containing ceramides (cleansers and moisturizers) in various racial/ethnic Canadian populations
- Explore next steps and future directions to champion equitable dermatological care for all