International Conference on

Cosmetology & Trichology

Dubai | UAE   December 05-06, 2018

Call for Abstract

 

 

  • Track 1-1: Tattoo Removal
  • Track 1-2: Antiaging Treatments
  • Track 1-3: Eye rejuvenation
  • Track 1-4: Laser treatment
  • Track 1-5: Laser hair
  • Track 1-6: Body countouring
  • Track 1-7: Acne & scarring

  • Track 4-1: Hair restoration treatments and products
  • Track 4-2: Hair multiplication
  • Track 4-3: kid friendly cosmetics
  • Track 4-4: Sunscreens & detanning products
  • Track 4-5: Hair dyes & colours
  • Track 4-6: Hair multiplication & cloning
  • Track 4-7: Edible & skin friendly cosmetics

  • Track 6-1: Laser therapy
  • Track 6-2: Follicular unit extraction
  • Track 6-3: strip harvesting
  • Track 6-4: Oils, brushing & gels
  • Track 6-5: Exercise
  • Track 6-6: Medication
  • Track 6-7: Cosmese
  • Track 6-8: Stem cell therapy

  • Track 7-1: Actinic Keratosis
  • Track 7-2: Basal Cell Carcinoma
  • Track 7-3: Melanoma
  • Track 7-4: Merkel Cell Carcinom

  • Track 8-1: Bags under eyes
  • Track 8-2: Brow lift
  • Track 8-3: Upper blepharoplasty
  • Track 8-4: Blepharoplasty snow mass
  • Track 8-5: Eyelid surgery
  • Track 8-6: Traditional blepharoplasty
  • Track 8-7: Transoconjuctivital blepharoplasty

  • Track 19-1: New Approach or treatment for various skin ailments
  • Track 19-2: Technological advancements in Market
  • Track 19-3: Market Dynamics and growth
  • Track 19-4: Innovative Products

  • Track 20-1: Micropigmentation
  • Track 20-2: Chemical peel
  • Track 20-3: Tummy tuck
  • Track 20-4: Brazilian butt lift
  • Track 20-5: Injectables
  • Track 20-6: Hair removal
  • Track 20-7: Edible & skin friendly cosmetics
  • Track 20-8: Mommy make over
  • Track 20-9: Laser skin resurfacing
  • Track 20-10: Basic Business Fundamentals
  • Track 20-11: Facial oils
  • Track 20-12: Upper Extremity Reconstruction
  • Track 20-13: liposuction
  • Track 20-14: Teeth whitening
  • Track 20-15: Hair & scalp procedure
  • Track 20-16: Merkel Cell Carcinom
  • Track 20-17: Hair & scalp procedure
  • Track 20-18:
  • Track 20-19:
  • Track 20-20: Transoconjuctivital blepharoplasty
  • Track 20-21: Laser hair
  • Track 20-22: Hair & scalp procedure
  • Track 20-23: liposuction

  • Track 21-1: Strategies in Acne Treatment
  • Track 21-2: Lip enhancement
  • Track 21-3: Dermabrasion
  • Track 21-4: Chemical peel
  • Track 21-5: Hair removal
  • Track 21-6: Sclerotherapy
  • Track 21-7: Nonsurgical radiofrequency skin tightening

  • Track 22-1: Hair care
  • Track 22-2: Cleansers
  • Track 22-3: Gels
  • Track 22-4: Hand care
  • Track 22-5: Foot care
  • Track 22-6: Serum
  • Track 22-7: Close reduction
  • Track 22-8: vitamins supplements

  • Track 23-1: Dentoalveolar surgery
  • Track 23-2: Surgical correction of Maxillofacial Skeletal deformities
  • Track 23-3: Gum lift

  • Track 25-1: Anti-oxidant and pollution-fighting facial
  • Track 25-2: Collagen facial
  • Track 25-3: Sensitive skin facial treatment
  • Track 25-4: Aromatherapy facial

  • Track 27-1: Secure financing
  • Track 27-2: Sales, marketing and advertising
  • Track 27-3: Competitors
  • Track 27-4: Products & Services
  • Track 27-5: The ABCs of Marketing

Cosmetology is the preparation and use of excellence medications. It incorporates a few branches, hairstyling, healthy skin, beautifying agents, nail treatments/pedicures, and electrology. The different strategies included are Esthetics: the investigation of applying make-up and performing facials, back rubs, waxing and reflexology. Nail Technology: the investigation of the craft of nail workmanship, plan, tips, structures, wraps and gels. Electrolysis: a medicinally perceived changeless hair expulsion strategy for face and body. Educator Training: a program of direction to set up a cosmetologist to show future cosmetologists. To guarantee they meet least measures for competency and safe practice, legitimate cosmetology instruction and preparing is required. By sorting out our occasion on Cosmetology, we are attempting to give more data to Cosmetologist, and Trichologist

  • Track 28-1: Aesthetic surgery
  • Track 28-2: Burn surgery
  • Track 28-3: Hand surgery
  • Track 28-4: Microsurgery
  • Track 28-5: Pediatric plastic surgery

  • Track 29-1: Vaginal Rejuvenation
  • Track 29-2: Vaginal Prolapse
  • Track 29-3: Labia Minora Reduction

  • Track 31-1: Herbal Oils for Hair growth
  • Track 31-2: Stem cell hair growth
  • Track 31-3: Hair loss
  • Track 31-4: Scarring alopecia
  • Track 31-5: Anagen effluvium
  • Track 31-6: Telogen effluvium

  • Track 32-1: Ablative and Non-ablative Lasers
  • Track 32-2: Sclerotherapy
  • Track 32-3: Permanent makeup
  • Track 32-4: Microdermabrasion treatment
  • Track 32-5: Static wrinkles
  • Track 32-6: Facial implants

  • Track 33-1: Toe transplantation
  • Track 33-2: Reconstruction
  • Track 33-3: Skin grafting
  • Track 33-4: Bone grafts
  • Track 33-5: Free tissue transfer

  • Track 34-1: Burn and Scar revision
  • Track 34-2: Tissue expansion
  • Track 34-3: Skin cancer removal
  • Track 34-4: Scar revision
  • Track 34-5: Cleft clip
  • Track 34-6: Cleft palate surgery
  • Track 34-7: Cleft clip surgery
  • Track 34-8: Breast reduction

  • Track 35-1: Open Rhinoplasty
  • Track 35-2: Non-surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Track 35-3: Revision Rhinoplasty

  • Track 38-1:
  • Track 38-2: Cosmetic allergens
  • Track 38-3: Latest trends in Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Track 38-4: Importance of edible cosmetics
  • Track 38-5: Nutricosmetic

  • Track 40-1: Fixation
  • Track 40-2: Nerve repairs
  • Track 40-3: Joint replacement
  • Track 40-4: Tendon repair
  • Track 40-5: Debridment
  • Track 40-6: Amputation

The history of cosmetics spans at least 6000 years and is present in almost every society on earth. Some argue that cosmetic body art was the earliest form of ritual in human culture, dating over 100,000 years ago from the African Middle Stone Age. The evidence for this comes in the form of utilized red mineral pigments (red ochre) including crayons associated with the emergence of Homo sapiens in Africa. Archaeological evidence of cosmetics certainly dates from ancient Egypt and Greece. According to one source, early major developments include the use of castor oil in ancient Egypt as a protective balm and skin creams made of beeswax, olive oil, and rosewater described by the Romans . A cosmetologist is defined as a person who gives beauty treatments to skin and hair etc. Cosmetologists can be expanded into multiple fields including cutting and chemically treating hair, chemical hair removal without a sharp blade, fashion trends, wigs, nails and skin care, skin and hair analysis; relaxation techniques including head, neck, scalp, hand and feet basic massage and aroma therapies; plus ability to expertly apply makeup applications to cover or promote and can expand into further specialties such as reflexology; theatrical applications.

  • Track 41-1: Nutricosmetics
  • Track 41-2: Nutrition and skin conditions
  • Track 41-3: AAD expert advice
  • Track 41-4: Esthetician
  • Track 41-5: Beauty treatments
  • Track 41-6: Face-lifts
  • Track 41-7: Silicone implants