COSMETIC DERMA 2023 welcomes you to attend “13th International Conference on Cosmetology and Dermatology’’ which is going to be held in August 21-22, 2023 at Dubai, UAE. We invite you to join us at the Cosmetology and Dermatology 2023, where you will be sure to have knowledge with scholars from around the world. World-renowned speakers, the most recent methods, progresses, and the newest updates are hallmarks of this conference.
The major aim of Cosmetology and Dermatology 2023 is to promote interest, stimulate research, and disseminate information on all aspects towards the field of Dermatology and Cosmetology. Conference focusses on the theme “Dermatology and cosmetology Innovative and Growing Ideas”.Our main goal is to give remarkable patient consideration, prepare and guide future pioneers in dermatology, and advance dermatologic information.
Conference includes keynote introductions, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Young Researchers gathering and Exhibitions. An effort to make possible interactions among world leading scientists, research scholars, professionals, young researchers from different parts of the world to exchange their knowledge and conduct Cosmetology symposia, show experiments with new innovative techniques that disseminate information about biology, best practices, skills and knowledge in the field of dermatology.
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Meet Your Target Market With individuals from around the world fixated on getting the hang of regarding dermatology concerns, this is regularly your single most obvious opportunity to accomplish the most critical array of members from the Universities, Research foundations, and Hospitals. Widely acclaimed speakers, the principal ongoing strategies and the most up to date refreshes in Dermatology and advancing fields square measure signs of this meeting.
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Major Dermatology Associations around the World
European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
Asian Dermatological Association Ltd
Australasian Society for Dermatology Research
Australasian College of Dermatologists
American Academy of Cosmetic Family Medicine
American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology & Aesthetic Surgery
American Society for Dermatological Surgery (ASDS)
National Society of Cosmetic Physicians/American Academy of Cosmetic Physicians
British Society of Anti-Ageing Medicine
Canadian Dermatology Foundation
Track 01: Cosmetic Dermatology: The medical specialty of cosmetic dermatology focuses on treating issues with the skin, nails, and hair. The biggest issue with skin diseases, according to the area, is affected by skin composition. It also intensifies severe physical and mental disabilities. Numerous measures of life quality have evaluated these restrictions, but because the majority of skin problems are recurring and non-dangerous, the significance of skin health is frequently underestimated. Cosmetic dermatology includes procedures and skills including Botox, collagen injections, chemical peels, Dermabrasion, laser surgery, and liposuction. Cosmetic dermatology includes a number of disciplines, such as trichology, dermatology (venereology), etc.
Track 02: Immunodermatology: The study of immunity in both health and disease is known as immunodermatology. A number of topics are given extra attention, including photo-immunology (effects of UV light on skin defence), inflammatory conditions like Hidradenitis suppurativa, allergic contact dermatitis, and atopic eczema, presumably autoimmune conditions like vitiligo and psoriasis, and finally the immunology of microbial skin conditions like retrovirus infections and leprosy. Chemokine receptor inhibitors and biologicals designed to neutralise TNF-alfa are new treatments being developed for the immunomodulation of prevalent immunological skin disorders.
Track 03: Plastic and reconstructive surgery: Surgery performed with the intention of repairing or restoring body parts to look normal or improving the appearance of a body part is referred to as plastic, therapeutic, and reconstructive surgery. These operations require very particular techniques. Plastic surgery is frequently used to address birth defects and to eliminate skin flaws like warts, acne scars, or pigmentations. Reconstructive surgical operations are carried out to improve the patient's appearance or make him or her look younger. Reconstructive surgery is performed to reconnect body parts severed in accidents or fights, to repair body skin tears caused by massive bites, or to reconstruct patient body parts lost during delivery or removed during surgery.
Track 04: Advances in Trichology and Cosmetology: While trichology is the area of dermatology that deals with the scientific investigation of the health of the hair and scalp, cosmetology is the study and practise of beauty treatments including skin care, cosmetics, hair style, manicures and pedicures, enhancements, etc. Style is one of the numerous tactics covered, and it examines how to apply makeup and do facials, back rubs, waxing, and reflexology. Nail Technology an analysis of the techniques used to create nails, including tips, structures, wraps, and gels. A method for permanently removing hair from the body and face is electrolysis.
Track 05: Dermatopathology: Dermatopathology, also referred to as surgical pathology, is a joint specialty of dermatology and pathology that focuses on the microscopic and molecular analysis of cutaneous illnesses. Fundamental evaluations of the potential causes of skin diseases are also included. Dermatopathologists and clinical dermatologists frequently work together, and many of them also have extra clinical dermatology training. Dermatologists can recognise the majority of skin conditions based on their traits, anatomical distributions, and behaviours. However, when such criteria do not provide a conclusive diagnosis, it may be essential to take a skin sample for microscopic examination or for other molecular investigations. This process reveals the histology of the illness and produces a specific diagnostic interpretation.
Track 06: Dermatological Diseases: Skin disorders include all conditions that harm, irritate, or congest your skin. This category includes skin cancer. It's possible that diseases or skin conditions run in your family. Itching, dry skin, and rashes are signs of various skin diseases. Medication, routine skin care, and dietary adjustments can usually control these symptoms. Infections are typically treated by a dermatologist, and other skin aesthetic concerns include In addition to patches of pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, oily skin, and even scars, acne is a chronic skin problem. Among the skin diseases brought on by viruses are skin cancer, epithelial cell carcinoma, contact dermatitis, Kawasaki syndrome, inflammation, scarring, and rashes.
Track 07: Skin cancer: Skin malignancies begin as malignant growths in the skin. Aberrant cells become noticeable when they multiply and spread throughout the body. Basal cell, squamous cell, and melanoma skin cancers are the three most prevalent forms.. The first two skin cancer kinds and other, less common ones are nonmelanoma skin cancers. Although basal-cell carcinoma grows slowly and has the potential to damage nearby tissue, it is not likely to spread to other organs or be deadly. A raised, glossy, ulcerous, and frequently painless area of skin with a few tiny blood veins streaming over it is how the ailment typically appears.
Track 08: Further approaches in Cosmetic Dermatology: Cosmetic dermatology is a subspecialty of medicine that deals with diagnosing and treating skin and nail-related illnesses, such as ageing management, nail contagious therapy, face operations, laser treatments, and so on. Skin fusion techniques are used to treat skin eats. Another drifting process done with laser aid is skin revival and reemerging. When compared to earlier year measurements, photo rejuvenation medications have increased globally by up to 36%. As cosmetic dermatology gains popularity among all demographic groups, careful patient selection becomes even more crucial to the success of the complete cosmetic procedure. In contrast to other procedures, aesthetic dermatology is unique in that the patient initiates it rather than the doctor.
Track 09: Approach of Cosmetology with Ayurveda: It is said that Ayurveda is the "knowledge of living." It is also referred to as Ayurvedic. Ayurvedic remedies have been used in India for a very long time. Considering that ayurvedic medications are non-intrusive and safe, they are protected. Home-made and Natural Cosmetics Herbal beautifiers are defined, using a variety of corrective ingredients to create the framework on which at least one home-made ingredient is used to treat a variety of skin conditions. Sanskrit refers to the ayurvedic process of purifying and detoxifying the body as panchakarma. The word "Varna" is used in Ayurveda to describe both skin tone and colour. The skin's brilliance and complexity can be preserved or improved with the right care, such as frequent cleansing and sun protection.
Track 10: Natural Approach to Hair and Skin: Greatness and wellbeing are two ideas that go hand in hand. Homegrown goods provide a distinctive and safe way to manage skin and hair health. For the face, body, and hair, natural healthy skin products have been created that protect against exposure to chemicals and their potentially damaging effects on people, animals, and the environment. In order to preserve dry skin, control slick skin, protect children's tender skin, and treat skin and scalp disorders, these products must possess certain features. A safe and all-natural solution to problems with the skin and hair is to use herbal treatments. Organic skin care items are now available for the face, body, and hair that reduce exposure to pollutants and their potential adverse effects on people.
Track 11: Green Cosmetology: Modern marketing has changed the meaning of the word "green" to "organic" or "healthy." When a consumer reads the phrase "green cosmetics," they automatically assume the item or company is considerate of the environment. The field of green cosmetics, however, still has a lot of space for development. Green and sustainable cosmetics are those that use natural ingredients and sustainable raw materials, according to the cosmetics industry. Numerous businesses employ the non-renewable and economically unstable petrochemical components produced from gasoline. On the other hand, bio-based oleochemicals serve as the foundation of the green cosmetics movement because they are obtained from sustainable plant and microbial sources.
Track 12: Dermatological techniques: Skin lesions that are benign or malignant are removed or treated using dermatological procedures. Examples of the techniques doctors employ to destroy, remove, or treat skin for a wide range of diseases and disorders include cryotherapy, curettage, cyst excision, electrodesiccation, phototherapy, and skin tag removal.
Track 13: Current research in Cosmetology: The fastest-growing category of pharmaceutical drugs and medical procedures is cosmetology. Professionals with style do rhinoplasty to correct any deformities and make the nose more usable. Injuries to the face are treated with facial recovery exercises. Microdermabrasion and reappearing have helped cosmetic dermatology. To treat bacterial and parasite defilements, nanoscale metal and metal oxide particles are utilised. Labiaplasty, chest development, and other effective jazzy medical operations have changed with time. 5.8 million reconstructive treatments and 15.4 million cosmetic noteworthy but pointless procedures.
Track 14: Business of Aesthetic surgery and Cosmetic Dermatology: Opening and maintaining a successful business proposes an alternative to just placing a sign in the entrance yard. It calls for planning, perseverance, and attention to detail with regard to local and state laws. If you need to style hair, starting a cosmetology business might be wonderful. The study of healthy skin, hair, and nails is known as cosmetology. Cosmetology for therapeutic purposes joins the study of the epidermis and its problems. A cosmetologist that specialises in human administrations is a healer who employs a variety of unnecessary surgical and non-surgical techniques.
Track 15: Exploration of Color Cosmetics, aromas and therapies: Cosmetology also includes a substantial portion of business beautifiers and magnificence treatments. It comprises a variety of specialties, such as beauty treatments, which boost one's self-assurance and certainty. Furthermore, it can speed up earlier recovery and lessen the effects of illness. Hair streaking is one pattern that is emerging in the shading of beauty care products. Numerous negative effects may result from these chemicals used in hair colouring. Other than these, antiperspirant and aromatherapy usage has increased more than before. By 2022, the global aromas market is projected to reach 51 billion dollars. Plant-based product development has recently received a boost from green consumerism and the rise of "naturals," particularly in the beauty and wellness sectors.
The market for dermatological devices is anticipated to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.9% over the course of the forecast period from its projected value of more than USD 12.5 billion in 2022. Skin cancer and other skin problems are becoming more common, which is partly to blame for the increasing product demand. Additionally, as people's awareness of the cosmetic benefit of these devices grows and dermatology equipment technology advances, the use of these devices is fast increasing. An rise in disposable income is among the factors that are most important for market expansion. Melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers are among the most prevalent skin cancers.
The market share held by the hair removal treatment application segment was over 15% in 2021, and it is expected to grow at the quickest rate between 2022 and 2030. The treatment application market is further subdivided into hair removal, skin renewal, tattoo, psoriasis, and acne removal, wrinkle and skin resurfacing, cellulite reduction, vascular and pigmented lesion removal, and others. Devices for removing hair—especially laser devices—have been shown to be safer for people of various skin tones and hair colours and to enable less unpleasant treatment methods, which is driving the segment's rise.
The regional market in Asia Pacific is predicted to grow at the fastest rate between 2022 and 2030. The rapidly growing medical tourism sector in Asia-Pacific, which is being driven by the availability of fairly cost treatment options, is expected to be the main driver of regional market expansion. The number of international companies investing in R&D in the Asia Pacific region is also increasing, and this has been seen as a major driver of the regional market. As consumers' knowledge of beauty rises, it is also anticipated that demand for the product would rise, boosting the regional market's expansion.