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Welcoming participants around the world to our "7th World Cosmetic and Dermatology Congress" to be held during August 28-29, 2024 at Paris, France. This conference aims to delve into emerging therapies and treatments for various skin conditions. With the theme "Emerging Innovations in the Field of Dermatology and Cosmetic Skincare". This conference will showcase the latest advancements in dermatology and welcomes delegates and participants from all corners of the globe. Cosmetic Dermatology institutions are organizing this conference to provide a perfect platform for sharing expertise, fostering collaboration, and evaluating cutting-edge technologies worldwide. This event promises to be exceptional, bringing together distinguished dermatologists from renowned universities around the world.

Cosmetic Derma Congress 2024 mainly deals with the research, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions related to skin, hair, and nails. Dermatologists are medical doctors who trained in this area for many years. Disorders of skin, hair, and nails fall within the area of dermatology. This branch is divided broadly into medical and surgical fields. Cosmetic and Dermatology Congress focuses on skin cancer, skin diseases, Allergy symptoms, Dermatological diseases, Clinical Dermatology and Cosmetic Dermatology, In the recent time, the research in dermatology reached another height which comprises clinical research, Research techniques for the diagnosis of the dermatological diseases and new therapy and delivers treatment.

Target Audience:

  • Dermatologists, oncology dermatologists
  • Cosmetologists
  • Venereologists & trichologists
  • Aestheticians, paramedical aestheticians
  • Tonsorial artists
  • Skin specialists & health experts
  • Scientists involved in research of dermatology and related fields
  • Students and upcoming researcher of medicine disciplines
  • Pharmacists & pharmacologists
  • Health care systems and hospitals
  • Associations and societies of dermatology and aesthetic medicine
  • Directors of cosmetics companies and clinics
  • Entrepreneurs & business delegates
  • Professors and other academic professionals


Dermatological investigations and developments to diagnose and test skin disorders. In the growing world, researchers are developing several methods to cure dermatological disorders.

  • Bio Materials in Cosmetology Surgery
  • Drugs, Therapies and their Side Effects
  • Dermoscopy & Biopsy
  • Laser technology in Dermatology

Pediatric Dermatology is the Diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic diseases in infants and newborns. Many dermatologic diseases in newborns, infants, and children exhibit different from that in adults. Some dermatoses are encountered only in neonates and infants. So they require special attention

  • Measles
  • Harlequin ichthyosis (born with hard, thick skin)
  • Diaper Rash
  • Infantile Dermatitis

Track 3: Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery includes plastic surgery and other medical techniques to enhancing appearance. Cosmetic surgery can be done on all areas of the head, neck, and body. Cosmetic Surgery Procedures involve Gynecomastia treatment, Breast enhancement – Enlargement, Tummy Tuck, Liposuction, Facial contouring. There are so many myths but Cosmetic surgery has proven to be extremely safe. 

  • Skin Care Therapies
  • Cosmetic or Aesthetic Surgery
  • Rhinoplasty and dermatoplasty
  • Plastic and Reconstructive surgery

Infectious Diseases are caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi to the skin. Most skin diseases are contagious. Venereology is also considered part of dermatology as it is the study and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. HIV infections are also treated by dermatologists and venereologists

  • Cellulitis, Impetigo, folliculitis 
  • Melasma & Epidermoid cyst
  • Dermato-Venereology
  • Eczema, Rosacea, and Vitiligo

 Genodermatoses are genetic diseases that are expressed as skin conditions. Chromosome inheritance of genodermatosis refers to the inheritance of a skin disease caused by a chromosome abnormality. The same disease can be inherited in different modes

  • Monogenic
  • Polygenic disorders
  • Harlequin ichthyosis
  • Fabry disease

Using Laser light energy to resurface the skin is the latest technology in the field. This light energy is very precise, and targets damaged skin cells while preserving removing skin layer by layer and forms healthy skin cells. Laser skin procedures also stimulate collagen growth.

  • Facial wrinkles
  • Laser skin treatment
  • Skin irregularities
  • Laser hair removal

Nanotechnology cosmetic formulation is considered the latest emerging technology commercialized in local and international markets. Used in anti-aging lotion, sun-screens for UV protection, deeper skin penetration, improved hydration, long-lasting effects

 Nanotechnology also allows the “packaging” of many ingredients

  • Micellar nanoparticles
  • Cosmetic formulation
  • Nano emulsion system

Skin Disorders are very common caused by climate or by fungus and virus or by unhygienic routine. Some skin conditions develop with the age. 

  • Acne, Hives, Eczema, benign tumors, Actinic keratosis
  • Inflammatory skin diseases, Psoriasis
  • Contact dermatitis, Allergy, and atopic dermatitis
  • Blau syndrome, Actinic prurigo, Peeling skin syndrome

Track 9: Current Research in Dermatology and Cosmetology

Current research in dermatology and cosmetology explores ground breaking advancements in skincare, hair-care, and cosmetic procedures. Researchers are investigating novel ingredients, like stem cells and peptides, to improve anti-aging treatments. Nanotechnology is being harnessed for better drug delivery and sun protection. Laser and non-invasive techniques are gaining prominence in cosmetology. Moreover, the development of eco-friendly, sustainable cosmetics is a growing trend. This research fosters innovative solutions for enhancing skin health, appearance, and overall well-being. In recent times, the analysis in drugs has reached nice heights that involve basic science analysis, clinical analysis, new ways to diagnose diseases and deliver treatment.

  • Cutaneous Lymphoma
  • Organic and Toxin-free Beauty Products 
  • Pediatric Research

Track 10: Treatments and Trends in Cosmetics

Treatments and trends in cosmetics are ever-evolving. Current trends emphasize natural and sustainable ingredients, with a focus on eco-friendly packaging and production. Non-invasive procedures, like injectables and laser treatments, are becoming more popular for facial rejuvenation. Personalized skincare routines tailored to individual needs are on the rise, and there's a growing awareness of the importance of sun protection and preventive skincare. Advancements in ingredient technology and a move towards minimalism in skincare routines are shaping the future of cosmetics.

Track 11: Cosmeceuticals

Cosmeceuticals is the combination of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. A cosmeceutical is basically a skincare product that contains a biologically active compound with therapeutic effects on the skin. A cosmeceutical is basically a skincare item that contains an organic or natural ingredient that is thought to have pharmaceutical effects on the skin. Nutricosmetics are nutritional supplements which support the function and structure of the skin. Nutritional supplements has anti-oxidant effect that reduces the impact of free radicals in the skin. It also has a vital function in the production of collagen in the dermis. Dietary micronutrients helps to protect the skin from the damaging effects from ultraviolet light exposure, this may lead to skin tan, skin aging and wrinkle formations

  • Nutricosmetics
  • Cosmeceuticals

Track 12: Dermatoepidemiology

Dermatoepidemiology is the study of distribution and causes of skin diseases include analytic observational & experimental epidemiologic study, sensitivity tests, specificity, and predictive value

  • EBM (evidence-based medicine)
  • NPV (negative predictive value),
  • RR (relative risk)
  • Reporting Trials

A detailed report of the symptoms, analysis, treatment, follow-up of individual patient reports that state an unusual or odd skin disorder and such may remain as one of the foundations of medical advancement and thus implement many new ideas in medication.

  • Unusual disorder reports 
  • Roles in research and education 
  • Scientific case reports 

That every cosmetic and Pharmaceutical product requires a law that reviews before the products going into a market, examines all the ingredients be substantiated for safety and that they contain no prohibited ingredients.

  • FDA regulations for cosmetics
  • Drug and Cosmetic Act
  • Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act 
  • Drugs and Cosmetics Rules

Track 15: Business Outlook of Cosmetology

The cosmetology industry is highly segmented and is flourishing with new statures. Even a small turn cosmetic business can be started with proper plans of action, working area and good staff. Many start-up companies have built in small era of time. Young dermatologists are choosing cosmetology speciality as profession. Wide range of beauty salons and spas are opening with latest instruments and therapies. Cosmetic products market is in a huge urge of growing since the demand is being increased day by day. This widely segmented market can be expanded to various outputs.

  • Demands of skin and sun care products
  • Target market for cosmetic products

Market Analysis

The global dermacosmetics market

The wold wide dermacosmetics market was raged at $61,625.8 million in 2021, and it is estimated to reach $132,743.5 million by 2030, enlarge at a CAGR of 8.9% from 2021 to 2030. The growth of the industry can be mainly attributed to the surging purchasing ability of consumers, the increasing inclination toward spending on appearance, the growing prevalence of skin diseases, and the rising number of conferences to increase awareness of dermacosmetics. The rising customer spending on beauty and looks and the growing focus on online purshasing are driving the market. Consumers are more concerned with their appearance these days since it enhances their confidence. Therefore, people are increasingly opting to spend more in skin protection and radiance by using these products to minimize the indication of aging, wrinkles, acne, and fine lines. Also, with the increase in household disposable gains, the purchasing ability of people has increased, leading to their increasing inclination to have healthy skin, by using beauty product, such as creams, lotions, toners, and serums


The skincare sub-segment is anticipated to have a lesser market share and generate a range of profit ¬$80,894.5 million by 2030, growing from $32,196.4 million in 2021. The global skin care products market size was valued at USD 130.50 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% from 2022 to 2030. Escalating demand for face creams, sunscreens, and body lotions across the globe is expected to have a positive impact on the market growth over the forecast period. Moreover, the flourishing e-commerce sector is anticipated to boost market grow further. Personalized products have been gaining traction among consumers worldwide. With the increasing consumer inclination toward natural beauty items, the concept of creams, serums, and moisturizers exchange with natural ingredients is expected to witness significant demand over the coming period. Such products are considered to be more effective and have few or no side effects, which, in turn, is expected to increase their application among users


Bio-based Products in the Cosmetics Industry: Global Markets

The global bio-based products in cosmetics market should reach $7.4 billion by 2022 and more than $10.5 billion by 2027, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% during the forecast period of 2022-2027. According to a market research study published by Facts and Factors, the demand analysis of Global Bio-Based Materials Market size & share revenue was valued at approximately. The key market players are profiled in the report with their sales, revenues and strategies. “Bio-Based Materials Market By Type (Bio-Polycarbonate, Bio-Based Polyethylene (PE), Bio-Based Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and Others), By Application (Rigid Packaging, Electrics and Electronics, Automotive and Transport, Flexible Packaging, Consumer Goods, and Others), And By Regions – Global & Regional Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast.