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Dr. Yuti Nakhwa - Dermatology in Mumbai

Dr. Yuti Nakhwa

MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • 13 Awards

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Clinic Locations

Global Hospitals

35, D.E.Borges Road, Hospital Avenue, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Elixir Skin and Hair Clinic

2, Anmol Apartments, Sakharam Keer Marg, Shivaji Park, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,


  • Acne / Pimples Treatment
  • Scar Treatment
  • Anti Aging Treatment
  • Hair Loss Treatment
  • Laser Hair Removal - Face
  • PRP Hair Transplantation
  • Botox Injections
  • MesoBotox
  • Accupressure
  • Injectable Fillers
  • Peel, Polishing, Lasers
  • Scarlet treatment for Acne Scars
  • Stretch Marks Treatment
  • Skin Tightening
  • Face lift
  • Skin Boosters and Fillers
  • Permanent Acne Solutions


  • Dermatologist
  • Cosmetologist


  • King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College - 2004 Graduated
  • J.S.S Medical College, Mysore - 2010 Graduated
    MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy

Work & Experience

  • Kaya Skin Clinic
    Senior Consultant
  • Sevenhills Hospital
  • Mahatma Gandhi Medical College
    Assistant Professor
  • Kaya Skin Clinic
    Senior Consultant


  • Rising Star in Dermatology Award by World Congress of Dermatology, Vancouver

  • ‘Young Dermatologist Scholarship’ by World Congress of Dermatology, Seoul

  • “B.B Gokhale Medal” for the Best Award Paper at Dermacon, Lucknow

  • 3rd Prize for Oral Presentation, “Early Stage of Mycosis Fungoides Successfully treated with PUVA – A case series” at Cuticon-KT, Mangalore

  • 2nd Prize for Poster Presentation, “Lipoid Proteinosis With Hypertrichosis- a Rare Association” at Dermazone, Nagercoil

  • Editorial Board Member of Journal of Surgical Dermatology

  • Abhinaya, J., Sudar Codi, R., Yuti Nakhwa and Manimekalai, K. “Comparison of the efficacy and safety of topical 1% Clindamycin with 0.1% Adapalene and 2.5% Benzoyl peroxide with 0.1% Adapalene in the treatment of mild to moderate facial acne Vulgaris: A r

  • Y. C. Nakhwa, R. Rashmi, and K. H. Basavaraj “Dyslipidemia in Psoriasis: A Case Controlled Study,” International Scholarly Research Notices

  • Audhya Moutusi; Varughese Jenny S.; Nakhwa Yuti C Verrucous lichen planus: a rare presentation of a common condition. Dermatology Reports

  • Audhya M, Uma AN, Shobana R, Nakhwa YC, Srikanth S (2013) Nonbullous Ichthyosiform Erythroderma with Mosaic Turner’s Syndrome - a Rare Association. J Clin Exp Dermatol Res

  • Rashmi R, Yuti AM, Basavaraj KH. Enhanced Ferritin/iron ratio in psoriasis. Indian J Med Res

  • Rashmi R, Yuti AM, Basavaraj KH. Relevance of copper and ceruloplasmin inpsoriasis. Clinca Chimca Acta

  • Basavaraj KH, Darshan MS, Shanmugavelu P, Rashmi R, Mhatre AY, DhanabalSP, Rao KS. Study on the levels of trace elements in mild and severe psoriasis. Clinica Chimca Acta.


  • Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)

  • Cosmetic Society of India (CSI)

Health Articles

A Complete Guide To Identifying & Treating Moles, Freckles, and Skin Tags

There are different types of marks on the skin that are often found to occur in different parts of the body. Though these marks do not pose any severe damage to your overall health and body functioning, it is important to know that when these types of marks occur on your body, they might seem to be quite harmless, but these marks on your skin can indicate risks of some underlying health conditions in some cases.

Discover the Truth About Biggest Skin Care Myths

Skincare is an essential part of our daily routine, but with the abundance of information available, it is easy to fall prey to skincare myths that can do more harm than good. From misconceptions about sun protection to misguided beliefs about oily skin, several common skincare myths need to be debunked.

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Skin Care During Pregnancy

Your entire world changes the moment you find out you are expecting. That could include your skin-care products as well. During pregnancy, a lady can appear stunning. Well, some women, to be precise. While pregnancy might make some women appear stunning, for others, the extra hormonal activity can have the opposite effect, resulting in a variety of pregnant skin disorders. Acne is by far the most common skin ailment that affects pregnant women, but there is also a range of lumps, rashes, and discolorations that occur, the majority of

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