Dr. Jangid

Dr. Jangid
Aesthetic Dermatologist, Delhi

MBBS, MD Skin (Gold Medalist)

Dr Jangid MD (Gold Medallist) is a Consultant Dermatologist with more than 5 years of experience in new treatments, technology and research into skin problems, skin surgeries, lasers and anti-aging.

He graduated from JLN Medical college Ajmer and did his internship from SMS Medical college, Rajasthan Medical University in 2008 and worked as a resident doctor in RML hospital New Delhi for one year. Later he completed his masters degree (MD Dermatology)  from India’s biggest university, Annamalai University.  After MD, he was selected in AIIMS as a senior resident after getting 2nd rank in all India exam in June, 2013. Currently he is dermatologist in  AIIMS.


Dermatologist, AIIMS May, 2013 -  Present


  • Aesthetic Dermatology

  • Cosmetic Dermatology

  • Dermatology (Skin)

  • Hair Transplantation

  • Cosmetic Surgery


  • Mole Removal


  • Acne

  • Allergies



MBBS, JLN Medical college, Ajmer

Internship, 2008, SMS Medical college in under Rajasthan Medical University

MD (Dermatology), Annamalai University

Practice Information

Dr. Jangid Clinic, Delhi

Dr. Jangid Clinic, Delhi

165, J Block Mini Market, Mandir Marg, Saket, Delhi, Delhi - 110017

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Gold Medal in MD
  • Participated in QUIZ – awarded Third prize at 20th IADVL Conference, Pondicherry Branch
  • Merkel Cell Carcinoma – A rare presentation awarded Third prize at 20th IADVL Conference, Pondicherry Branch
  • Histoid Leprosy – A case report , awarded Second prize at 21th IADVL Conference, Pondicherry Branch
  • Lymphangioma Circumscriptum of Vulva-  Poster Presentation at IADVL national conference 2012 , Jaipur
  • Sqamous Cell Carcinoma developing in penile Lichen sclerosus: Diagnostic difficulties in penile premalignant and malignant lesions- Poster Presentation at ASTICON-2014, Chandigarh.
  • Virendra N. Sehgal, Pullabatla V. S. Prasad, Jangid B. Lal. Spontaneous appearance of multiple asymptomatic papules and/or nodules over an apparently normal skin of the trunk. International J Dermatol 2013:52; 395–397.
  • Member of Indian Academy of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy, Membership No. - PLM/TN/6955
  • Rajasthan Medical Council 025648
  • Delhi Medical Council 40715
  • Medical Council of India MCI-IMR/09/163


Gone are the days when cleaning the face was just about splashing water and using a face wash. With so many new beauty techniques making it up for reads, and en number of drugstore products put to use for beautification, there's now a step-by-step to cleansing ones face. Here's a mini to-do list to washing your face just right.

1. Take off your makeup: Yes, this is rule number one. Washing a caked up face does no good. Use a makeup remover, baby oil or an oil-based cream to take off that makeup from your face.
2. Choosing the right product for your skin: It is important that you use the right products depending on your skin type. If you have normal skin, you have the liberty to experiment with any product, but for a sensitive skin, use something that is gentle and does not bring about any breakouts.

3. Take time: Moisten your face with lukewarm water (nothing too warm, or else it can make the skin dry and also harm the skin). Then use a cleanser that suits your skin type to clean the face. Take cleanser on your fingers and rub gently in a circular motion all over your face, going your way up and into the hairline and also down past your jawline.

4. Wash it right: Washing the face more than once or twice can lead to irritation of the skin. If you're someone who sweats majorly, then maybe you can wash your face when you feel too much grime accumulation, also when you feel uncomfortable (then again don't overdo it). Even after a rigorous workout session, washing the face is recommended. Otherwise, no matter what skin type you be, stick to washing the face just twice, in the morning and before you sleep at night