Despite the disintegrating stereotypes surrounding women, many parts of the world still continue to underrepresent women within the employment sectors.
In places such as India, more value is given to women who are homemakers rather than breadwinners of the family. Hence, many women have been discouraged from pursuing a lucrative career in most male dominant work fields. And the women who have retaliated against these cultural norms have dealt with many obstacles within their careers, such as discrimination and a lack of appreciation for their professional skills.
However, a few female figures within the Indian community have prevailed against these challenges and come out as strong independent females who are contributing a significant amount of talent to the professional sector.
A prime example of such a person is none other than Dr. Rinky Kapoor- one of the best dermatologists and cosmetologists globally who has co-founded The Esthetic Clinics, which is actually a chain of the top class plastic surgery and dermatology centers located in various parts of India. The Esthetic Clinics are consistently rated amongst the best cosmetic clinics in India.
Coming to her early training in 2008, Dr. Kapoor has been honing her skills as a medical professional at the National Skin Centre, Singapore, and has been awarded, two fellowships. One from the International Society of Dermatology and the other in Cosmetic Dermatology and Lasers from the highly acclaimed Stanford University, USA.
As a globally renowned dermatologist, Dr. Kapoor holds a number of accomplishments under her sleeve within the clinical and scientific research field.
As one of the major driving force behind The Esthetic Clinics, she has pushed the establishment towards a better future, leading it to be a first private organization in India to be approved by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) and the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) under the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS). This approval has opened many opportunities for the Indian community as it allows them to gain access to the latest technologies from all across the globe.
Additionally, one of the most significant contributions she has made in eth dermatology field is being one of the major influencers behind the creation of the QR678- a hair growth treatment that effectively treats hair loss conditions such as balding and alopecia. And due to its many successful trials, it has been awarded with a composition patent outside of India from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Moreover, Dr. Kapoor has served as a consultant cosmetic dermatologist and the Head of Department at the S L Raheja Fortis Hospital, Mahim, India, which has been one of the top hospitals in India since 2012. She was also appointed as the Assistant Consultant Cosmetic Dermatologist for Femina Miss India in 2009 and also took the lead as the official skincare expert for the ‘Dance India Dance’ of Zee Television. Moreover, she currently sits on the board of advisors at the Debabrata-Auro Foundation, one of the best NGOs in India.
And these are just some of the many accomplishments she has achieved in all her years working within the dermatology field. Her role as a leading woman in the Indian community has positively impacted the young aspiring girls who see her as an inspiration to dream of the chance of achieving the same level of success as her.