Researchers and medical experts attribute the rise in sale of dermatology products to the increase in incidents of hair loss and skin infections triggered by post-COVID complications, conditions triggered by pollution, weather change and even lifestyle factors.

Dermatology, skin care, and cosmetic products are flying off shelves fast in the past three years. Dermatology
products which contributed 3 per cent of total medical bill value in 2020 now make for 53 per cent in 2023, says a study by Pronto Consult, a pharma market intelligence firm. The products include both prescription-based drugs as well as over-the-counter products.

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