Dr. Sreesudha Chepyala , Dr. Latika Arya, Dr. Renita Rajan, Dr. Prachi’s Novacutis Clinic, Dr. Deepika Shetty & Dr. Renuka Shetty are op six finalists for the prestigious Pharma Leaders Innovative Cosmetic Dermatologist of the Year 2018

Dr. Sreesudha Chepyala , Dr. Latika Arya, Dr. Renita Rajan, Dr. Prachi’s Novacutis Clinic, Dr. Deepika Shetty & Dr. Renuka Shetty are op six finalists for the prestigious Pharma Leaders Innovative Cosmetic Dermatologist of the Year 2018
The dermatology clinics segment accounted for nearly one-fourth of the revenue share of the end user segment in the year 2017 end, and is expected to gain market share by the end of the year 2022. When it comes to innovation in healthcare, dermatology has a unique advantage. Across many pockets of the world, women are in daily, even hourly, pursuit of trying to scrub their darker skin tones out of their identity profile. The skin whitening beauty industry is expected to touch $23 billion (Dh84 billion) globally by 2020.

In india, we have seen very innovative Cosmetic Dermatologists domination in the space with newer approaches to deal with the skincare challenges. The competation is getting bigger as patients/clients demand more to look beautiful & healthier.

Pharma Leaders present top six finalists for the coveted category of Innovative Cosmetic Dermatologist of the Year 2018
Pharma Leaders Innovative Cosmetic Dermatologist of the Year 2018
1. Dr. Sreesudha Chepyala, Founder,Eternesse, The Medical Clinic
2. Dr. Latika Arya ,Founder L A Skin and Aesthetic Clinic
3. Dr. Renita Rajan,Chief Consultant Cosmetic Dermatologist & Founder, RENDER Skin and Hair
4. Dr. Prachi Patil,Founder, Dr. Prachi’s Novacutis Clinic
5. Dr. Deepika Shetty, Founder, Dr.Deepika Shetty Skin Clinic
6. Dr. Renuka Shetty, Cosmetic Dermatologist, Dr Shetty’s Cosmetic Center

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Around 3,932 pharma brands were launched in the Indian pharmaceutical market (IPM) — the dermatology segment leading with 386 brand launches — as firms focussed on the over-the-counter (OTC) segment. While 2016 had 4,516 brand launches in the domestic market, 2013 had seen 3,751 brand introductions.

More often than not, the problems that afflict our patients and the problems that frustrate us as physicians and other healthcare providers are right in front of our eyes. We have a visual, tactile and visceral connection to the problem, which is something much more powerful than any CT image could ever do.This front row seat and multi-sensory connection to patient suffering allows more profound insights into the clinical, psychological, pathophysiologic and socioeconomic drivers of the problem.

The older generation used creams – the new generation uses pills and injectables. The horror is that we do not know what these things do in high concentrations over time in the body.

Asia Pacific is the fastest-growing market for fairness beauty products, and women from India, The Phillipines, Indonesia and other countries are some of the largest target segments.

In today’s world of social media and YouTube, everyone wants to look good. And why not — when there are so many ways and means to improve your looks, change what you don’t like, and enhance your best features. Cosmetology, or the art and science of making people look good is one of the oldest professions in the world. Cleopatra practiced it, so did the ancient Chinese. Even the Ayurveda makes mention of a variety of treatments for skin and hair.
In general, cosmetology involves the knowledge and use of a range of treatments, products and equipments to enhance the appearance of the face, body and hair. It involves lifting and toning skin, clearing wrinkles, acne, scars and pigmentation, removing unwanted facial/body hair, treating hair and scalp and so on. It also includes advising clients on grooming and make-up, care and maintenance of their hair, or dealing with skin complaints that do not require medical treatment.

Medical cosmetology or aesthetic medicine is fast becoming a much sought after specialisation as more and more young people seek out practitioners who can conduct non-invasive and minimally invasive medical procedures which can make a huge difference to their appearance and self-confidence. All over the world there has been a boom in demand for specialists who can undertake such medical procedures.