With a widespread impact on millions globally, acne, a prevalent skin condition, frequently motivates individuals to explore a multitude of potential remedies. From creams, lotions, medications, and therapies to lifestyle adjustments, several treatments have proven effective in addressing the condition. One emerging method gaining popularity is the use of sunbeds to alleviate acne. However, before making any changes, it’s critical to it's important to distinguish between what's true and what isn’t. Distinguished cosmetic dermatologist Dr Simon Zokaie explores the link between acne and sunbed use.
Moles, which are small pigmented spots on your skin, are a common concern for many individuals. While most moles are harmless, some may require attention. Specialist consutant dermatologist Dr Bryan Murphy explains the various types of moles, how to monitor them and when to seek medical advice.
Cysts can be an unwanted surprise, leading to discomfort and sometimes even pain. In the first article of a two-part series, experienced cosmetic dermatologist Dr Simon Zoakie explores cysts, explaining the various types, cysts and causes, as well as treatment options.
Statistics demonstrate that psoriasis affects around 2 in 100 people in the UK, often leaving sufferers feeling ashamed and embarrassed about the condition of their skin. Acclaimed consultant dermatologist Dr Emilia Duarte Williamson discusses everything you need to know about the condition, including causes and treatment options.
In his latest online article, Dr Amr Salam gives us his insights into eczema. He talks about what can trigger eczema, symptoms, where on the body it can occur, lifestyle modifications or diet changes to help improve eczema, when you should see a doctor and when is treatment required.
The skin is the largest organ of the human body, and it serves several roles, including as a protective barrier against the external environment. Like any other part of the body, the genital region is susceptible to a range of skin diseases. These conditions can be uncomfortable, embarrassing, and even life-threatening. In this online article, Dr George Kravvas explores six unique genital skin diseases, their causes, symptoms, and available treatment options.
Alopecia areata is a condition which produces hair loss, and can result in the person sufferer to feel embarrassed, ashamed and upset about their appearance. Esteemed dermatologist and dermatological surgeon Dr Paul Farrant explains more about the condition, including the various types and risk factors linked to the disease.