When we are feeling weak and insecure in ourselves, there is a deep-down hunger for nurturing care, a few kind words, a genuine caring smile….from a professional who you can trust to bring the sunshine back into your life again. And that’s what Dr. Rasya Dixit, a dermatologist and cosmetologist based in Bangalore is all about.

An excellent doctor who genuinely believes in listening in to her patients, understanding their fears and showering them with warmth, even as she is making important diagnosis and treatment plans for them. With more than 10 years of specialist clinical and cosmetic dermatology experience under her belt, she is also the Medical Director of Dr. Dixit Dermatology Clinic, a specialist treatment center located in the Koramangala neighborhood in Bangalore.

She is a graduate of the prestigious St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore with a post graduation degree in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy from the world-renowned Christian Medical College, Vellore. During her training, she gained invaluable experience in numerous procedures including the use of Neuromodulator, Fillers, Laser skin rejuvenation and Laser hair reduction, etc.

Being a rank-holder for both her graduate as well as post graduate degrees, she has always had a driving hunger to provide quality care for people, and this she has finally achieved with the setting up of her own treatment center where patients are treated with dignity and respect and given importance where it’s due. However, she still carries on with her academic pursuits too, being actively involved in making presentations, attending conferences, keeping up-to-date with the latest treatments in her field as well as delivering lectures, both in India as well as abroad.

She has been a recognized faculty and trainer in various workshops and at the International Academy of Aesthetic Medicine. In the fast-evolving field of dermatology, she strongly believes in partaking in ongoing research and training to keep renewing her skills.

Her working mantra is ‘to remain true to yourself, and stay strong as there will always be difficult occasions in your working and personal life, but they all pass, leaving you stronger and smarter’. Dr Rasya Dixit regularly shares her views in mainstream publications, televisions and radio talk shows.

Just recently, she was featured in an article in ‘The New Indian Express’ dated 1st August 2017, page 19, on ‘Neuromodulator strides into Boardrooms’; here she talks about the entry of men into a domain that was mainly occupied by women till about 2-3 years ago. She mentions a growing need felt by men to look younger, fresher and more capable in an increasingly competitive market – and the increasing number of the male gender attending her clinic for quality enhancement of their looks.

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