Dermatology Research

Open Access ISSN: 2690-537X

Dermatology Research (ISSN 2690-537X) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes new and significant research finding in dermatology and serves as an international forum for the work of all dermatological scientists. The Journal publishes original research articles, review articles, analytic reviews such as meta-analyses, insightful editorials, medical news, case reports, short communications, correspondence, images in medical practice, clinical problem solving, perspectives and new techniques.

The journal welcomes submissions on Skin Disorders, Dermatological Oncology, Cosmetic Dermatology, Cosmetic Surgery, Dermatopathology, Cutaneous lymphoma lesions, melanoma, blisters etc., as well as the development of treatments and therapeutics in the field of dermatology.

Our journal strongly supports the Open Access initiative. All published articles will be assigned DOI provided by Cross Ref. Dermatology Research will keep up-to- date with the latest advancements in the feild of dermatology. Abstracts and Pdfs of all articles published are freely available to everyone immediately after publication.

Authors are requested to submit manuscripts as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at

Recent Articles

Research Article DOI: 10.33425/2690-537X.1009
Hard Water and Cleansers: An In-Vitro Study of the Effects on Immature Reconstructed Human Epidermis

Authors: Meloni Marisa, Ceriotti Laura, Galizia Giulia, Baratto Gianni, Semenzato Alessandra

Research Article DOI: 10.33425/2690-537X.1008
A Simple, Versatile, Disposable, and Inexpensive Eye Patch

Authors: Jorge Schwember, Gerardo Schwember, Luisa Madrid

Case Report DOI: 10.33425/2690-537X.1007
Jodhpur Technique for Chronic Non-Healing Leg Ulcer

Authors: Dilip Kachhawa, Shreyansh Bhansali, Nripen Kachhawa, Mahaveer Mehta

Research Article DOI: 10.33425/2690-537X.1006
Early Surgical Adverse Events and Incidence Rates in Bidirectional Barb Suspension Thread Surgery

Authors: Kacey HAU

Review Article DOI: 10.33425/2690-537X.1005
Why Evaluate the Sunscreen Active Oxybenzone (Benzophenone-3) for Carcinogenicity and Reproductive Toxicology or Consider it Unsafe for Human Use?

Authors: DiNardo JC, Downs CA