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AMWC India 2023 defines a roadmap shaping India’s Aesthetic Medicine Industry

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Mumbai: The Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine World Congress (AMWC) India 2023, the inaugural Indian edition of the globally renowned AMWC event series, made its remarkable debut today at Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai. This annual groundbreaking event, organised by Informa Markets in India, is poised to reshape India’s Aesthetic Medicine Industry in the coming years.  Fostering knowledge exchange, networking, innovation adoption, and industry growth while ensuring safe and high-quality patient care, AMWC India is playing a crucial role in advancing the aesthetics and anti-ageing medicine industry in India.

The inaugural ceremony of the debut show was marked by the presence of renowned international and domestic experts, including Dr. Woffles Wu (Singapore), Dr. Chytra Anand (India), Dr. Jamuna Pai (India), Dr. Anjali Mukherji, Dr. Gopinath Shenoy, Ms. Mandira Bedi, Dr. Ryan Fernando, Ms. Yasmin Karachiwala along with Mr Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India and Mr Rahul Deshpande, Sr Group Director, Informa Markets in India in an august gathering.

AMWC India is a proud extension of the globally renowned Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress (AMWC) that originated in Monaco in 2003. Over the years, AMWC has firmly established itself as one of the largest and most influential medical aesthetic congresses worldwide. It has successfully expanded its reach by organizing similar events in different parts of the world, including Asia, Latin America, China, North America, Japan, and Thailand. Through its debut edition, AMWC India is creating a unique, influential convergence of over 100 industry pioneers and distinguished speakers from different parts of the world including top practitioners such as Dr. Chytra Anand (India), Dr. Jamuna Pai (India), Dr. Woffles Wu (Singapore), Dr. Patricia Ogilive (Germany), Dr. Sabine Zenker (Germany) and Dr. Marva Safa (Switzerland), Dr. Pegha Dehdari (Dubai), Dr. Tingsong Lim (Singapore) and many more.

Key exhibitors such as Allergan Healthcare, Aakaar Medical Technologies, BNC Global, ExoCoBio,  Benev Eunsung Global, Dermakor, A.Menarini India, BTL Aesthetics, Spectra Medicals, Leader Healthcare India and many more made their presence felt amidst the attendees, including aesthetic practitioners, dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

Emphasizing on India’s evolving medical aesthetics landscape Dr. Chytra Anand, Founder of Kosmoderma & SkinQ Dermacare and President of the Indian Academy of Aesthetic Doctors said “The Indian Medical Aesthetic Devices Market is expected to reach USD 2.67 billion by 2028, with a CAGR of 13.28%. This growth is driven by factors like increasing obesity prevalence, which is projected to reach over 16% by 2040, leading to a surge in demand for body sculpting and cellulite treatment procedures. Furthermore, the India Anti-Aging market is set to grow at a CAGR of 9% from 2023 to 2028. India’s thriving medical tourism industry, ranked tenth globally underscores India’s growing appeal as a medical value travel destination, offering high-quality care at cost-effective rates. The launch of AMWC India serves as an essential platform for medical professionals and stakeholders to explore and leverage these emerging opportunities.”

Speaking at the debut of AMWC India, Mr Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, said, “The field of Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing medicine is currently witnessing an unparalleled surge in popularity, driven by the influential endorsement of celebrities, advancements in technology, and the growing emphasis on the desire to age gracefully or even reverse its effects. These treatments offer swift, cost-effective, and enduring results while posing minimal risk.”

“AMWC India 2023 represents a momentous debut as the inaugural edition of the Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress (AMWC) event series in India. Our objective is to convene industry leaders, distinguished speakers, and cutting-edge exhibitors to shape the trajectory of aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine in India, highlighting prominent trends such as Botox and fillers, PRP, micro-needling, chemical peels, laser treatments, body sculpting, and more,” he further added.

AMWC India serves as a significant occasion influencing the direction of aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine into a new era. Composed by the esteemed Scientific Committee, this event unveiled the latest trends, groundbreaking research, innovative methodologies, and revolutionary advancements. The meticulously curated conference programme and live streaming sessions, crafted by experts spanning diverse aesthetic and anti-ageing domains, covered a wide spectrum of topics on its opening day. These encompassed sessions such as ‘Injecting Confidence: Exploring the Latest Innovations & Techniques in Aesthetic Injectables,’ featuring experts like Dr. Chytra Anand and Dr. Jamuna Pai. Additionally, it delved into ‘Unmasking the Science of Pigmentation: Investigating the Latest Breakthroughs in Treatment & Management,’ led by experts such as Dr. Tingsong Lim and Dr. Kiran Lohia, among others. The inaugural session, titled ‘Beauty Lies in the Eyes of the Beholder: Concept of Beauty in India,’ witnessed the participation of renowned beauty and fitness influencers in India, including Namrata Soni, Yasmin Karachiwala, and Mandira Bedi, further adding depth and diversity to the discourse. International experts such as Dr Woffles Wu, Dr. Patricia Ogilvie, Dr. Marva Safa, Dr. Noura Lebbar, and more, shared invaluable insights, case studies, and emerging trends that promise to redefine the beauty and wellness landscape.

The second day of the event promises to delve even deeper into themes like ‘Acne & Scars: A Journey from Self-Consciousness to Self-Confidence’ and ‘From Flab to Fab: Body Concerns + Genitals + Male Aesthetics’ to name a few.

2023’s Ongoing Aesthetic Medicine Trends

The world of aesthetic medicine is currently experiencing a surge in popularity driven by a convergence of factors. These include the influential sway of celebrities, advancements in technology, and the pervasive impact of the ‘Zoom Effect’ brought on by remote work. Among the notable trends shaping this landscape are Botox and dermal fillers, offering non-invasive and cost-effective solutions for a more youthful appearance, with market growth projected at 12-14%. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments are in high demand, harnessing the patient’s own blood for rejuvenation. Microneedling has gained prominence for its ability to enhance skin texture and tone. Laser hair removal, known for its safety and long-lasting results, is increasingly sought after, particularly by men, contributing to a compound annual market growth rate of 16.7%. LED light therapy is on the rise as it stimulates cell regeneration and effectively addresses a range of skin concerns, anticipating a substantial market growth rate of 5.7%. Chemical peels, offering a cost-effective means to achieve smoother and more radiant skin, are gaining traction, albeit possibly requiring multiple sessions for complete renewal. Body sculpting through Laser Lipolysis presents a non-surgical solution for fat reduction, accompanied by skin-tightening effects, with the advantage of a rapid recovery period, allowing patients to resume their daily routines within just 24 hours. These are a few trends that collectively define the dynamic landscape of aesthetic medicine in 2023.

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