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Skin Body 2021

About Webinar

ME Conferences is gratified to welcome you to be a part of 3rd International Dermatology Conference: Skin and Body Webinar scheduled on July 19, 2021. This “Skin Body 2021” webinar will focus on the theme “Let your Skin define your age and not the years” that provides a global platform to meet researchers, experts, associate professors, scholars and many more and it also a great platform for research works, poster presentations, oral talks, keynote presentations and discussions.

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Abstract Submission Deadline 30th May 2021. Speakers can either present their talk on their own stream or they can even select a topic from our scientific sessions and can proceed with the abstract submission. After the webinar is done, the abstract will get published in the respective journals.

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Registrations are open now. Kindly get registered and join us at “3rd International Dermatology Conference: Skin and Body”. Hurry Up, register before the early bird dates get ended. Book your slot. For any queries contact us at “[email protected]”.

Skin Body 2021 is an international platform to discuss about the innovative and advanced researches and developments in Dermatology. It is an excellent opportunity to meet prominent personalities and learn the most recent technological researches.

Why to attend?

Initial target of the webinar is to convey the knowledge about the Dermatology. It gathers the information regarding Acne, Skin cancer, Infections, Cancer, Dermatitis, Hair loss, Nail problems, Cryotherapy, Sclerotherapy, Surgical excision, Laser therapy, Dermabrasion and Tumescent liposuction etc. Dermatology is a special area of medicine that focuses on conditions that affect your skin. In addition to your skin, dermatology also includes conditions that affect your nails, hair, and the delicate lining of your eyelids, nose, and mouth. The main aim of SKIN BODY 2021 is to gain ideas and knowledge from experts, which help us to fights with skin care problems and also provide a healthy life for everyone.

Who attends?

  • Dermatologists
  • Cosmetologists
  • Surgeons
  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • Trichologists
  • Pediatricians
  • Healthcare Industries
  • Directors
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Physicians
  • Professors
  • Associate Professors
  • Business delegates
  • Societies and Associations
  • Beauticians and Spa professionals
  • Students
  • Pharmaceutical Companies



Track 1: The Role of Skin on Body

Skin is the consequent multi-functional and largest organ that covers the whole body. The crucial role performed by the skin is to protect entire body from all external and also internal factors. It also plays an important psychological role. Regulating body temperature, balancing fluids within the body, indication of danger by absorbing shock (sensing nature), these are the regular functions performed by the skin daily. It plays an important role in protecting the overall internal organs. Damage caused by physical aggressors such as chemicals, infections and friction are controlled by skin. Also the most harmful ultraviolet rays which can cause organ damage are also controlled by skin layers.

Track 2: Anti-Aging Strategies

Aging is a biological process where the skin is the most affected part in human body. Aging of skin is influenced by several intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Skin health is contemplated as one of the major factors in human life cycle. Various anti-aging strategies have been developed includes therapeutic & invasive procedures, cosmetological procedures and many more. Main aim of anti-aging strategies is to keep our skin healthy as much as possible. Maximum possibility of aging is environmental stress. Some of the anti-aging techniques involves maintaining nutritious diet, keeping body hydrated every time, free radicle damage prevention, using skin care products which are less harm to the skin and thorough moisturizing. By following these techniques we can prevent aging that occurs to skin.

Track 3: Skin Rejuvenation & Resurfacing Therapy

Skin rejuvenation is a process where the usage of skin products, different treatments and in-office procedures takes place for better look of skin. Skin resurfacing is a treatment where the physical activity takes place i.e. removal of top damaged layer of skin by using acids, lasers or other means. Both are similar but distinct difference is there. Microdermabrasion, laser resurfacing and chemical peels are the major ways for obtaining skin rejuvenation via skin resurfacing. Removal of damaged outer layers of skin results beautiful complexion & healthy skin.


Track 4: Natural Approaches to Skin & Hair

World is running with mechanical devices and chemical ingredients but when it comes to skin care problems, novel techniques are not always best. In some possibilities natural ways might be effective like scientific procedures. The natural substances present in plants and plant derivatives do not cause any problems or toxic effects on the human skin as well as on hair. Instead of spoiling the body, natural substances enrich the body with useful minerals and nutrients. In present scenario cosmeceutical market demand for natural products are very high. More over centuries herbal therapies were used for skin disorders. Some herbs are developed regionally depends on availability of plants or herbs in that particular region. Herbal use systems were developed regionally in Middle East.

Track 5: Skin Care & Nutritious Diet

Taking care of skin is not an easy thing. It is the sum of practices that made to skin which support integrity of skin that used to increase skin’s appearance & reduces its damage conditions. The common skin care procedures involve preventing exposure to sunlight, proper use of emollients and nutrition. Procedures that involve appearance increase are cosmetics, laser resurfacing, peels, ultrasonic treatment, fillers, retinol therapy and microdermabrasion etc. Proper nutritious diet can give materials which are used keep our skin beauty and healthy. Foods containing wide range of proteins, fatty acids, minerals and vitamins are the perfect diet for skin care. Fatty fish, walnuts, avocados, sweet potatoes, broccoli and many more healthy foods are responsible for skin care.

Track 6: Dermatology Studies for Cosmetics and Beauty Products

Meticulous dermatological studies are needed to provide flawless innovation to develop beauty products & skin care to the market in order to facilitate safety and efficacy of consumers. Satisfaction of consumer is the main aim to improve market and can only to be possible with scientific clinical trials. These dermatological trials for consumer products, cosmetics supporting efficacy, testing of safety are helping us to innovate to receive an advantages of market place.

Track 7: Dermatology Vs Trichology

Patients with hair and scalp issues can seek out with the help of dermatologists and trichologists. But methodologies are different from each other.  Dermatology is a study which deals with treating malignant and benign disorders of skin, adjacent mucous membrane, nails and hair. Trichology is a study which focuses the treatment involve for only for hair and scalp. A dermatologist might give a treatment to the patients by listening to their symptoms but not always prefer scalp examination. Trichologist will check total history of the hair and scalp (lesions, inflammations, damaged hair, and pimples) and based on exact result he’ll treat the patient.

Track 8: Allergy and Immunology

Allergy is a disease which can be considered as a chronic health condition. There is a possibility of developing allergy to a person if his/her family history contains allergy affected people. Eczema is a very common dermatological allergic disease. Along with that hay fever, food allergy, hives are also coming under allergy diseases. Symptoms of allergy can ranges from mild to serious. Origin of allergic reactions in human body is immune system. When a normal and harmless substance like pollen, mold and dust is confront by a person who is sensitive to those substance, the very first system that reacts for that is their immune system. Antibodies produced by immune system can cause itching, runny nose, itchy eyes and some other symptoms.

Track 9: Clinical Trials in Dermatology

Clinical trials are playing an important role in modern medicines. Randomized and blinded assumptions are not acceptable for novel medicine as well as for dermatological studies. Most of the people in present days are suffering from dermatology disorders such as psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. Clinical trials are not only used for objective improvement in disease status also they can develop subjective improvements in the patient’s life quality that are effected by the disease. It is difficult to treat patients with new & innovative therapies which are trial validated. The recent advancements in dermatology clinical trials involve psoriasis, hidradenitis suppurativa, bullous pemphigoid, vitiligo and many more.

Track 10: Dermatosurgery and Laser Dermatology

In present dermatology practice Dermatosurgery became an essential component. Any surgery is risky, only level of risk may vary. Patient’s safety is the first and foremost thing that has to be considered and ensured by taking specific precautions to prevent complications. Laser dermatology is used to treat damaged skin conditions. To remove benign vascular birthmarks carbon dioxide and argon lasers are used. In recent years laser dermatology shows its effectiveness in the cure of many congenital deficiencies. Removal of scars, tattoos and wrinkles are possible with laser treatment.

Track 11: Pediatric Dermatology

Pediatric dermatology treats the conditions that affect children, infant & adolescents. Skin changes are persistent in children. The person who has the qualities to understand these symptoms and provide required medical care is known as pediatric dermatologist. They are trained to treat different conditions in children such as skin infections, psoriasis, acne, warts, moles and birthmarks. Children with psoriasis will show different symptoms which can be recognize by pediatric dermatologists and also they are trained in management of pediatric medication.

Track 12: Artificial Intelligence in Dermatology

Artificial intelligence is an advanced research topic which is mostly being utilised to dermatology. This technology is used to help shape and guide the future for recipients and medical care providers. Most of the artificial intelligence applications focus on the difference between malignant & skin lesions. Other than this, inflammatory skin diseases, pertaining to ulcers, dermatopathology, and gene expression profiling, allergen exposure also exist in application part of artificial intelligence used in dermatology. These applications are used to analyse & classify the images. Remaining tools such as risk assessment calculators are enchantingly available.

Track 13: Laser Skin Reurfacing

Treatment which reduces skin irregularities and facial wrinkles is called laser skin resurfacing. It’ll remove the acne scars formed by aging. Process involves removal of skin layer by layer by applying beams of light on irregular skin. It is a famous procedure and also named as lasabrasion, laser vaporization or laser peel. People with wrinkles around the mouth, eyes or forehead are considerable for laser resurfacing treatment. People with acne or very dark skin and stretch marks are not suitable for this treatment. By consulting a physician patient get confirm whether the treatment is suitable for their skin or not. Laser skin surfacing can be done in two ways.

  • CO2 Laser resurfacing
  • Erbium laser resurfacing

Track 14: Dermatological Drugs

Topical and oral drugs are usual medications for skin conditions. Maximum number of patients with dermatological conditions will treat with topical immune modulator, antihistamines, systemic and topical steroids. Mupirocin and clindamycin which are belongs to antimicrobials are used to prevent or treat infections on the skin. Anthralin (antifungal agent) is used to treat psoriasis by reducing inflammation. Lotrimin, Nizoral are used to treat ringworm & athlete’s foot. Infections like eczema can treat by corticosteroid drugs. Acne type of skin conditions can be treated by retinoids.

Track 15: Innovative Approaches in Dermatology during Covid19

Dermatopathology is specially focused to diagnose and observe the diseases of skin as well as infectious, medical specialty, chronic and neo-plastic diseases. Dermatopathology involves in the microscopic examination. Paediatric dermatologists provide treatment for various skin conditions in children, including new-borns and infants. Children are not just small adults. They cannot express what is happening to them. They cannot answer medical questions, and are not always able to be patient and helpful during a medical exam. Dermatologic surgery is that the observe of medicine that makes a specialty of surgical procedures and minimally invasive treatments to boost the health, operate and look after the skin, hair,nails, and also veins, secretion membranes and adjacent tissues by varied surgical, dermatology constructive, cosmetic and non-surgical strategies. The motive of dermatological surgery is to repair or to improve the cosmetic look of skin tissue. Cosmetic medicine is one in which every of the foremost advanced side within the field of the medicine that options the follow of medicine that offers priority to the appearance of someone. The relevant medication and medical specialty surgery emphasizes the identification, treatment, and  also bar of skin problem, there's a big side of the specialty directed towards rising the patient's look. Cosmetic dermatologists give medical and also surgical treatments to individuals with the issues like microorganism or fungous infections, aging, acne, sensitivity, unwanted hair, benign skin growths, and uneven skin pigmentation.

Track 16: Melanocytic Lesions and Disorders of Pigmentation

Melanocytic lesions are extremely common in pediatric patients. At least 1 melanocytic nevus develops by early childhood in more than 95% of fair-skinned individuals. Dermal melanocytosis and other pigmented lesions such as freckles, lentigines, café-au-lait macules, and Becker nevi are also frequently observed in children and adolescents. In addition, a variety of disorders characterized by increased or decreased cutaneous pigmentation can present in childhood, ranging from postinflammatory hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation to vitiligo to patterned pigmentation reflecting cutaneous mosaicism. Melanocytic nevi (moles) are benign proliferations of a type of melanocyte known as a nevus cell. The 2 major differences between ordinary melanocytes that reside in the basal layer of the epidermis and nevus cells are that (1) nevus cells cluster as nests within the lower epidermis and/or dermis, whereas epidermal melanocytes are evenly dispersed as single cells; and (2) nevus cells do not have dendritic processes (with the exception of those within blue nevi). Like ordinary melanocytes, nevus cells are capable of producing the pigment melanin. Melanocytic nevi can be acquired or congenital and banal or atypical (dysplastic). There are several variants, such as halo, blue, and Spitz nevi, that have specific clinical and histologic characteristics.

Track 17: Keloid and Pityriasis Rosea

Keloid, also known as keloid disorder and keloidal scar, is the formation of a type of scar which, depending on its maturity, is composed mainly of either type III (early) or type I (late) collagen. It is a result of an overgrowth of granulation tissue (collagen type 3) at the site of a healed skin injury which is then slowly replaced by collagen type 1. Keloids are firm, rubbery lesions or shiny, fibrous nodules, and can vary from pink to the color of the person's skin or red to dark brown in color. A keloid scar is benign and not contagious, but sometimes accompanied by severe itchiness, pain, and changes in texture. In severe cases, it can affect movement of skin. Keloid scars are seen 15 times more frequently in people of sub-Saharan African descent than in people of European descent Pityriasis rosea is a type of skin rash. Classically, it begins with a single red and slightly scaly area known as a "herald patch". This is then followed, days to weeks later, by a rash of many similar but smaller round or oval lesions, mainly on the trunk and upper limbs. About 20% of cases show atypical deviations from this pattern. It usually lasts less than three months and goes away without treatment. Sometimes malaise or a fever may occur before the start of the rash or itchiness, but often there are few other symptoms.

Track 18: Connective Tissue Diseases

Polymyositis is a disease that causes muscles to become irritated and inflamed. The muscles eventually start to break down and become weak. The condition can affect muscles all over the body. This can make even simple movements difficult. Polymyositis is one disease in a group of diseases called inflammatory myopathies. The exact cause of polymyositis is not known. It most often happens in people ages 31 to 60. It rarely occurs in people younger than 18. Experts think that polymyositis may be related to or triggered by a virus or an autoimmune reaction. An autoimmune reaction is when the body attacks its own tissues. In some cases, a medicine may lead to an allergic response that causes muscle irritation and damage. But in most cases, healthcare providers aren’t able to find the exact cause of the condition.

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