Atopic eczema is a multifactorial condition that is common in children and makes the skin red and itchy. One of our top dermatologists, Professor Andrew Wright, explains the development of eczema in young children, how to treat it effectively and common triggers to watch out for.
Approximately 15 out of 10,000 people in the UK have alopecia. We recently spoke to Dr Ravi Ratnaval, an expert dermatologist, to find out about this condition, what the signs/symptoms are, how it's diagnosed and how it can be treated.
Basal cell carcinomas are by far the commonest form of skin cancer, but they are also one of the least harmful. Consultant dermatologist, Professor Andrew Leslie Wright explains what causes this form of skin cancer and what the best treatments are to cure it.
We spoke to leading facial plastic surgeon, Mr Timothy Mellor, to find out about cheek implants, when they are used and what happens during facial implant surgery. Discover how this procedure We works, what the duration period is and how long the recovery time takes.
Rosacea can affect self-confidence, in this latest article with a leading dermatologist, Dr Ariel Haus, we found out what the causes can be and what the triggers are. We found out what types of treatment are available, whether rosacea can ever be cured and what happens if rosacea is left untreated.
Scars often remind us of negative past experiences, they also tell stories. Sometimes, it's best to forget them. People often opt for scar removal to boost confidence. In this article, we spoke with leading consultant dermatologist, Mr Azad Haki, to find out when scar removal might be necessary, what types of scars can be removed and for more information on how it's done.
Leading dermatologist Dr Ravi Ratnavel shares his professional expertise on inflammatory skin disease, common and uncommon inflammatory skin conditions as well as prevention and treatment.
It can really knock your confidence if you have a flareup of the skin condition rosacea on your face, which appears as redness and pus-filled spots that are similar to acne. Thankfully, one of London's leading dermatologists Dr Hiba Injibar is here to explain how the condition can be treated.
Around 2% of the UK population are affected by psoriasis; a condition that causes rashes to appear on the scalp, hands, feet, elbows and knees. Professor Andrew Leslie Wright, a leading consultant dermatologist in Bradford and Leeds, discusses how psoriasis is treated, who and what are the latest advancements in treatments.