Comedolytic refers to a substance or drug that prevents the development of comedones, which are blemishes caused by oil and skin cells being stuck in the pore. A microcomedone is a subclinical (not yet visible) clogged hair follicle that is microscopically thin. If the number of keratin-forming cells in the skin increases, microcomedones form. This product launch will be brought to you by Eau Thermale Avène.

A microcomedone is a subclinical (not yet visible) clogged hair follicle that is microscopically thin [Image: wayhomestudio/Freepik].

  • Date: 4 May 2021
  • Time: 19h00
  • Topic: The discovery of a new comedolytic addressing the microcomedone
  • Presenters: Prof Jean-Hilaire Saurat, Dr Ariadna Ortiz Brugué

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Dr. Ariadna Ortiz Brugués, Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Seville and the Albert-Ludwigs University
of Freiburg, studying in the latter her doctoral thesis and obtaining the qualification “Cum Laude”. She has carried
out several stays and research projects abroad in prestigious centers such as the Massachusetts hospital in Boston,
Harvard University; the Occupational and Environmental Dermatology service, Malmö University Hospital, in Sweden;
the Oncodermatology service of the University Cancer Institute of Toulouse – Oncopole; and the Friedrichshafen
Dermatopathology, in Germany. Scientific publications in journals of high impact factor such as JAMA Dermatology,
The Oncologist, Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, Journal of Dermatology, Journal of the European Society of
Dermatology and Venerology, Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft. Speaker in several national and
international conferences. Professor at the Master in Quality of Life and Medical-Aesthetic Care of the Oncology Patient
and at Master’s Degree in Aesthetic Medicine (University of Alcalá) and at the Master of Aesthetic and Anti-Aging
Medicine (Complutense University). Member of the European Group of Adverse Skin Events to Oncological Drugs, the
Spanish Group of Cutaneous Lymphomas, the International Trichoscopy Society and the ISAD -OPENED Task Force.

Jean-Hilaire Saurat, MD, is professor emeritus at Geneva University where he chaired the department of
Dermatology for 28 years. He had studied Dermatology at the Hôpital Saint-Louis, and Experimental Pathology at
the Faculté Necker Enfants Malades, both in Paris. Prof. Saurat has been President of the International League of
Dermatological Societies (ILDS), President of the European Society for Dermatological Research (ESDR), and the
European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV). Prof. Saurat has been chief editor of Dermatology
1986-2015 , and has been section editor of the Journal of Investigative Dermatology 1987-1997. He is the leading
editor for editions 1st through 6th of the French Textbook of Dermatology Elsevier-Masson pub. Prof. Saurat’ current
research includes: sebaceous glands pathophysiology, skin aging/dermatoporosis, dermatotoxicology, and retinoids.
His past research interests have included inflammatory skin diseases, graft-versus-host reaction, severe drug reactions,
and pediatric dermatology. Prof Saurat currently has a selected private practice in Geneva. Prof. Saurat citations report
indicates his 1.019 publications were cited 19.245 times, with an h-index of 66. Prof. Saurat is “Chevalier de la Légion
d’Honneur” France.