Dr. McClure earned her undergraduate degree in sociology at the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1990. She earned her medical degree in 2000 at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. She completed her internship in 2001 at Rush University Medical Center and her residency in dermatology in 2006 at Northwestern University.
Dr. McClure went on to complete a two-year research fellowship at Northwestern University focusing on clinical trials in dermatology. She also completed the LearnSkin Integrative Dermatology Certificate Program in 2022 and is passionate about integrative dermatology.
Dr. McClure was born and raised in Texas and resides in La Grange with her husband and two children.
IDS 2023 Sessions
Cosmeceutical and Botanicals - 0.5 CME Credits
Day Three: Sunday, October 29, 2023
| 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM PDT:
The cosmeceutical industry is at $20 billion in annual revenue and continues to grow as more people are interested in antiaging, especially in products with “natural” and botanical extracts. To help you navigate through the fads and facts of botanicals and skincare, we will review key mechanisms in extrinsic aging, critically discuss botanicals with evidence-based claims, and share tips on how to design a personalized skincare regimen incorporating botanical actives based on skin types.
Learning Objectives: 1. Participants will examine the history and importance of botanicals in cosmeceutical and skincare. 2. Participants will review the key pathways in extrinsic aging and how cosmeceuticals can provide antiaging benefits. 3. Participants will diagram top botanical actives with level 1B evidence and how they can be optimally customized into skincare routines based on skin type and skin concerns.Speaker