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Dr. Kiran Lohia: Best Skin Specialist /Dermatologist in India

Your New York Dermatologist in New Delhi

New York Skin Specialist/Dermatologist Dr. Kiran Lohia is the best Skin Specialist/Dermatologist in Delhi, India (South Delhi)

New York Dermatologist Dr. Kiran Lohia was born, educated and trained in New York, but now practices in India (New Delhi/South Delhi).

Dr. Kiran Lohia’s Academic Qualification

  • MD
  • Masters in Dermatology
  • American Board of Laser Surgery
  • American Board of Aesthetic Medicine
  • Diplomate Clinical Dermatology
  • Diplomate Cosmetic Science
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    Named as the best dermatologist in India by Elle Magazine, she is widely renowned as the top skin specialist in Delhi. She is a Columbia University graduate and an M.D specializing in Dermatology. She is additionally American Board Certified with further degrees in Aesthetic Medicine, Cosmetic Lasers and Laser Surgery, and a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, American Society of Dermatology, American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, European Society of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology, International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology and IADVL among others. In addition, to these accreditations, Dr. Kiran Lohia has completed a Diploma course in Cosmetic Science through the U.K. Society of Cosmetic Scientists along with a Masters in Dermatology and a Diplomate in Clinical Dermatology. Due to her extensive studies, Dr. Lohia has the distinction of being one of few physicians worldwide with both Cosmetic Formulation and Dermatology degrees, making her a worldwide expert on skin care products and their topical applications.

    In addition to her dermatology practice, Dr. Lohia consults worldwide using her specialized understanding of the intersection between cosmetic formulation and dermatology. In India itself she founded and formulated a brand of cosmeceuticals known as COSMEDIC and recently chaired UBM’s 2013 Cosmetic & Science Conference in Mumbai. She was also a lead speaker at the HPC 2014 Skin Chemistry Conference in Dubai and at the Indian Salon & Wellness Congress in 2015. She is additionally a lead trainer and speaker for Galderma Restylane fillers in Asia.

    To help promote awareness of common skin issues, Dr. Kiran Lohia has written articles and been featured in The Times of India, The Tribune, The Deccan Herald, Asian Age, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Elle, Mail Today, Wedding Vows, Women’s Health, Good Housekeeping, Men’s Health, Complete Wellbeing Magazine, Prevention magazine, Grehalakshmi magazine, Beauty & Style, Atelier magazine and more. Furthermore, she is on the expert panels of Times of India, Health India and Bollywood Shaadis and has even been featured as an expert dermatologist on the NDTV show Band Baaja Bride.  Finally, Dr. Lohia teaches for Dermatology courses regularly and has recently been added to faculty panel of the American Board of Aesthetic Medicine.

    Currently, at Isya Aesthetics Centres and Fortis Hospital, Dr. Lohia practices both clinical and cosmetic dermatology, and treats all skin, nail and hair diseases in men, women and children. A known authority in dermatological technologies such as cosmetic lasers and in all expert indications for botox and dermal fillers, Dr. Lohia is known throughout India for her elegant and natural results.  At Isya Aesthetics, Dr. Lohia and her team of highly trained doctors form the backbone of the best skin centres in India, giving you beauty from the inside out!


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