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Acne i.e. Acne vulgaris,  commonly known as a pimple...


Hyperpigmentation is seen as dark spots on the face. This can be due ...

Hair Fall

In women, hair fall is commonly seen as the widening of ...


Flaking of the scalp can be due to many conditions...

And Many More!

Like: Acanthosis Nigricans, Eczema, Psoriasis, etc..

Our Treatments

Acne i.e. Acne vulgaris, commonly known as a pimple, can exist in various parts of the skin… Read More
Hyperpigmentation is seen as dark spots on the face. This can be due to many reasons: post-acne or any other… Read More
In women, hair fall is commonly seen as the widening of the middle hair parting, or when the… Read More
Flaking of the scalp can be due to many conditions – pityriasis sicca, seborrheic dermatitis… Read More
And Many More!

Like: Acanthosis Nigricans, Eczema, Psoriasis, etc…

Read More

How to get started

Just follow these
4 easy steps

1. Select mode of consultation

3. Book the date & time

2. Tell us your concerns

4. Complete your payment

How to get started

Just Follow These
4 Easy Steps

1. Select consultation mode

2. Tell us your concerns

3. Book the date & time

4. Complete your payment

Years Of

Patient Success Stories

About me

Hi, I am Dr. Manasi


Board certified dermatologist

Let me tell you a backstory to the title though. My tryst with skincare started awkwardly as a teenager, with a full face of acne. And growing up in a traditional Indian home, naturally I first reached out to everything else before consulting a dermatologist. Let us just say, we learn from our mistakes. That is why I count upon my own experiences as my biggest driving force in helping others navigate through their skincare journey.


Frequenty Asked Questions

So you've booked an online consultation. What's Next?
  • First and foremost, congratulations on taking the first step towards healthy skin!
  • All the details of your skin concerns (including photos) and medicalhistory will be asked for during the appointed consultation time.
  • If you have any specific concerns (eg medications you are allergicto or do not want to take), please let me know during theconsultation.
  • If you have more than one concern (eg acne + pigmentation oracne + hairfall), make sure you have paid the additional consultcharge.
  • Please follow up regularly as advised by me
What should you expect from your first consultation?
  • The first consultation is the most extensive and in-depth session.
  • You’ll be asked a few basic questions about your medical history and previous skin-care experiences, as well as photographs of the troubled areas.
  • Your routine will be customized based on your concerns in order to provide you with the greatest results as quickly as feasible.
  • When and if necessary, prescriptions will be shared.
How long can I expect results in?
  • There is no set period of time. It differs for everyone. But it would take about 3-4 months for active acne to stop
  • The PIH can take up to 6 months, and scarring up to 1 year
I'm pregnant/planing a pregnancy/breastfeeding - what about me?
  • You can still get treated!
  • However, do let me know beforehand so that I can modify your prescription to be breastfeeding/pregnancy-safe
What about the pigmentation and scarring?
  • Treating acne is a step-wise process.
  • The first step is to always treat active acne.
  • Why? Because if you are still getting new acne – you’ll end up with new PIH (post inflammatory hyperpigmentation) and new scars.
  • However, do not worry – we will target the PIH and scarring AFTER having treated active acne.
Can I stop the creams after treatment?
  • At the end of your treatment, I will provide you with a routine you can use life-long.
  • People who are acne-prone will continue to get acne if they stop using a skincare routine
Can I still use DIYs?
  • I would personally not recommend nor encourage DIYs especially when you are already on medicated creams
  • However, if you are extremely convinced about a DIY and have used it without side-effects, you can use it once in 1 or 2 weeks WITH CAUTION
Do I need to apply sunscreen indoors?
  • You need to apply sunscreen at least once in the morning at the end of your AM routine.
  • It is okay if you are unable to re-apply every 3-4 hours
  • Why? Many times you may be given actives such as vit C which would oxidise if used without sunscreen. If you’re on retinoids (tretinoin, adapalene, retinol, etc) your skin may become more sensitive to UV rays
My skin is burning/flaking after applying the creams
  • It sounds like you may be over-applying the acne creams.
  • Acne creams tend to dry out the skin. Overapplication can definitely lead to dryness which will lead to an impaired skin barrier.
  • Applying any creams onto this impaired barrier can lead to stinging/burning.
  • What you can do about it:
    – Stop acne creams for 5 days.
    – Only apply facewash, moisturiser, and sunscreen.
    – When you re-start the creams, reduce the quantity of acne creams to half
    – Apply moisturiser before the acne creams.

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