GO-Beauty and Two Beasts. How to Have Conversations When You Know Nothing About Make-up and the Ocular Surface Health Beyond: See Make-up, Make-up Bad.


Are you still telling your patients not to wear make-up?  Do you run from conversations that have anything to do with eyelash extensions?  Or, do you avoid those uncomfortable conversations all together?  There is a better way.  This course will show what products are used where, the effect they may have on the ocular surface, and what products and habits will be better.  Don't miss the opportunity to connect with your patients about beauty and eye health habits.

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Selina McGee, O.D.


Mile Brujic, O.D.


David Kading, O.D.




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