Acne vulgaris is a skin condition that most people know as acne. (There are different types of acne, the most common type of which is acne vulgaris, which is commonly known as acne.) There is another type of acne called acne rosacea. (commonly known as rosacea). Although both of these skin problems are a type of acne, they have different treatments. Therefore, first of all, it is important to know the difference between acne vulgaris (acne) and acne rosacea (rosacea).
This webinar is about Vulgaris acne vs Acne rosacea. Dr. Pilon and Dr. Talani will review and compare these two skin condition.
DR. Manon Pilon
Renowned Author of 2 books entitled: “Anti-Aging the Cure: Based on your Body Type” and “Rajeunir La Cure” and “Decodé L’Autre”, Speaker, International Educator and Medical Spa Consultant with over 35 years of experience in the medical spa industry.
President and CEO of Laboratoires Druide® and EuropeLab Laboratory®, the largest manufacturer of organic certified (by Ecocert®) skin care and personal care products in North America. VP of Research and Development of the Nelly De Vuyst® Laboratory, Founder of Derme&Co and Owner and CEO of CurAge Med Spa in Montreal.
Manon Pilon has conducted seminars throughout the world, educating medical specialists, aestheticians, dermatologists and many other medical professionals. Having a specialty in Marketing and Management, Mrs. Pilon has been honored with several awards for achievements in the spa and medical spa field.
In fact, she was twice the recipient of the “Business Woman of the Year” award by the RAFQ- Réseau des femmes d’affaires du Québec (The Network of Business Women in Quebec). She was also nominated on the list of Who’s Who in New York.
35 years of industry experience Founder of multiple day spas and medical spas and one private aesthetic school in Montréal Québec, Manon Pilon has dedicated over 35 years in the Aesthetic and Medical Spa industry and continues to extend her advanced clinical and business expertise to professionals around the world.
She is an invited guest speaker at skin care conferences worldwide, notably in Paris, the USA, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Geneva, China, Taiwan, Bangkok, Dubai, Singapore and Sydney. Furthermore, Manon Pilon has been invited as the Master of Ceremony at several International Aesthetics and Medical Spa Conferences.
Manon Pilon has also hosted a weekly radio show in Montreal called «New Lifestyle with Manon Pilon and Lisa Fuoco» on CJAD 800. Over the years, Manon Pilon has written and published several articles in recognized professional magazines and has been an invited guest on several television and radio shows.
In October 2016, Manon Pilon acquired the Druide Laboratory®, the largest producer of certified organic cosmetic formulas by ECOCERT® in North America! This GMP (Good Manufacturing Process) certified laboratory now manufactures over 250 products. Manon Pilon works with a team of world-class chemists, researchers, dermatologists pharmacists and aestheticians in order to develop innovative and effective formulas using the latest technological discoveries.
Manon Pilon continues to share her passion and knowledge through her various educative platforms and altruistic programs. As a motivated and passionate educator and business woman, she continues to inspire and drive innovation in her field.
DR. Mohsen Talani
Mohsen Talani, MD (Iran)
Mohsen Talani is the Director of CBAM. He has over 13 years of experience teaching anatomy in Canada and internationally to students and health care practitioners in different fields of medicine such as physicians, dentists, nurses, chiropractors and physiotherapists.
Graduating from medical school at a young age, he became a medical doctor in his home country, Iran, and practiced in the field of emergency medicine. While pursuing his Masters thesis in neuroscience in McGill University, he discovered his passion for teaching. Since then, he has been working in the field of medical science education, with a focus on anatomy.
He strongly believes that with the rapid growing aesthetic industry, all practitioners should have a profound knowledge of skin basics, fat compartments, muscles, blood vessels and nerves, in order to provide safe and effective care to clients and prevent or minimize post-treatment complications linked to lack of anatomy knowledge.
He is currently training health care practitioners who seek to have a deep knowledge in anatomy. He incorporates fun, innovative and easy-to-understand methods of teaching in all of his classes, guest lectures and presentations. Additionally he supervises the cadaver lab dissections and hands-on practical.