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Why Men Should Also Look After Their Skin?

| Malignant Melanoma | No Comments
Skin conditions can affect anyone but men are more likely to be affected by preventable conditions such as skin cancer because they are less likely to take steps to look…

Why Does My Child Sweat So Much?

| Dermatology Clinic | No Comments
Sweating is one of the ways that our bodies can get rid of excess heat. We usually sweat when we are in a warm place or if we’ve heated our…

Can Skin Conditions Help You Detect an Illness?

| Skin Conditions | No Comments
The skin is the largest and most visible organ in the body so it can often reveal warning signs of underlying health problems that need to be treated. Your skin…

Do Hormones Cause Skin Conditions?

| Acne, Dermatology Clinic | No Comments
Hormones are chemical messengers that coordinate the activities of all the different cells and tissues in our bodies. The hormone produced by one tiny gland can circulate throughout our bodies…
Winter Skin Conditions

Winter Skin Conditions

| Advice, Dermatology Clinic, Psoriasis, Skin Conditions | No Comments
Winter weather can take a heavy toll on our skin. We are constantly stepping between the warm, heated rooms indoors and the cold, dry air outside. We also tend to…
Hair loss

Do Supplements Help with Hair Loss?

| Hair Loss | No Comments
Our diet can have a significant impact on all aspects of our health so eating well is an important part of looking after our hair. Nutritional supplements are one of…

Why Do Some Teenagers Get Acne and Some Don’t?

| Acne | No Comments
Acne is a very common problem, especially for teenagers and young adults in their 20s. However, it doesn’t affect everyone equally. Some teenagers have very clear skin with just the…
Diet

Is Our Diet Related to Our Skin Conditions?

| Skin Conditions | No Comments
What we eat can have a dramatic impact on our health, so it’s hardly surprising that there are so many stories online about people who claim to have cured their…

How to Treat Actinic Keratosis?

| Actinic Keratosis | No Comments
Actinic keratoses are a relatively common skin condition that will affect 1 in 5 of us at some point in our lives. Since they occur as a result of gradual…

Why Are More Children Suffering from Skin Allergies Now?

| Skin Allergies | No Comments
Skin allergies are a growing problem for children in the UK, but why are they becoming more common? (more…)
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Is There a Connection Between Diabetes and Skin Conditions?

| Skin Care | No Comments
Skin problems are often one of the first signs of type 2 diabetes that people notice, because they can be easier to spot than the other symptoms. If you have…
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When Should I Worry About a Mole?

| Moles | No Comments
Moles are usually harmless, but these small dark spots on our skin can sometimes develop into a type of skin cancer known as melanoma. Melanoma can be very serious if…
Basal Cell Carcinoma word cloud

Is Basal Cell Carcinoma on the Rise?

| Basal Cell Carcinoma | No Comments
Basal Cell Carcinoma or BCC is the most common type of skin cancer in the UK, but is it getting more common and what can you do to reduce the…
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Why Choose the Harley Street Dermatology Clinic?

| Dermatology Clinic | No Comments
If you’re planning to see a private dermatologist in London then you’ll want to make sure that you choose the right clinic. The Harley Street Dermatology Clinic specialises in skin…

Are You Tired of a Relentless Acne Problem?

| Acne | No Comments
Acne is more than just having one or two pimples from time to time. It’s a chronic skin condition that can be emotionally painful, due to the persistence and visibility…

What are the Main Causes of Eczema?

| Eczema | No Comments
Eczema is a skin condition with multiple different causes that can cause a wide range of symptoms. While there’s no cure for eczema, people with this skin condition can get…

What do the Early Stages of Skin Cancer Look Like?

| Basal Cell Carcinoma, Skin Cancer, Squamous Cell Carcinoma | No Comments
Skin cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the UK. There are other kinds of skin cancer, that are less common than melanoma. Each kind of skin cancer produces…

What Causes Summer Skin Rashes?

| Eczema, Skin Care | No Comments
Rashes can happen at any time of the year, but there are some allergens and irritants that we’re more likely to encounter in summer. If you have allergies or sensitive…

How to Protect Your Skin from the Sun This Summer?

| Skin Care | No Comments
As soon as the weather starts getting brighter, it’s tempting to run outside and bask in the sunshine while we have it. However, if you want to look after your…

What is Mohs Surgery?

| Basal Cell Carcinoma, Mohs, Squamous Cell Carcinoma | No Comments
Mohs micrographic surgery is a surgical technique that can be used to remove certain kinds of growth from your skin. (more…)

What is the Danger of Having Molluscum Contagiosum?

| Childrens Dermatology | No Comments
If you’ve got a rash then you might be worried about what it means for your health. Being diagnosed with a serious-sounding condition such as molluscum contagiosum can just make…

What is the Treatment for Psoriatic Arthritis?

| Psoriasis | No Comments
Psoriasis can affect your body in lots of different ways. It can also affect the joints, causing a condition called psoriatic arthritis. (more…)
basal cell carcinoma on skin

Is BCC (Basal Cell Carcinoma) a Completely Curable Disease? How?

| Basal Cell Carcinoma | No Comments
You might not have heard of Basal Cell Carcinoma before, but it is actually the most common form of skin cancer in the UK. About 80% of the people who…

The Impact of Psoriasis

| Psoriasis | No Comments

Can Laser Treatment Remove Acne Scars Completely?

| Acne, Laser Treatment | No Comments
Laser treatment can help to reduce the appearance of acne scars, but the results can depend on a lot of different factors. The treatment can’t make a scar disappear completely,…

Is Laser Treatment for Acne Scars Permanent?

| Acne, Laser Treatment | No Comments
If you’re bothered by your acne scars, then you might be considering having laser treatment to get rid of them. However, will the results of this treatment actually last? Read…

Tips to Help Eczema Warriors in the Winter months

| Eczema | No Comments
The cold, dark, windy and wet winter months can herald difficult times for people with eczema.  The colder temperatures lead us to switch on the central heating, wear warmer clothes…

Psoriasis

| Uncategorized | No Comments
Monday 29th of October is World Psoriasis Day and to mark it we would like to increase awareness of the condition, dispel some myths and make people aware of different…

Does Phototherapy Cause Skin Cancer?

| Phototherapy, Skin Cancer | No Comments
Phototherapy is a treatment that uses UV light to relieve inflammation and other symptoms of skin conditions. You might be aware that it is the UV in sunlight that can…

Do You Need a Referral to See a Skin Specialist?

| Skin Specialist | No Comments
If you have a skin problem then you might want to see a dermatologist to find out what’s wrong or to get specialist care. It’s easy to make an appointment…

How Much Does It Cost For Treatment of Acne Scars?

| Acne | No Comments
Getting rid of your spots doesn’t always result in perfect skin. Some of us are left with scars after our acne has cleared up. You might need some extra treatment…

What is a Freckle and Can You Get Rid of Them?

| Freckles | No Comments
Freckles are very common, but not everyone has them. Those of us that do may only have a few or may have lots of them, especially on areas that get…

Can Stress Cause Hair Loss?

| Hair Loss | No Comments
Stress can have a significant impact on our bodies. One of the ways that it can affect you is by increasing the amount of hair you lose or preventing your…
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Patch Testing at the Harley Street Dermatology Clinic

| Uncategorized | No Comments
The Harley Street Dermatology Clinic has successfully launched the patch testing services and facility, on our new state of the art ground floor suite. Why look at having patch testing…

Could Your Skincare Routine Be Bad for Your Skin?

| Skin Care | No Comments
If you are making bad choices about your skin care products or using them in the wrong way, then you might be doing more harm than good to your skin.…

What Happens When You Have Phototherapy Treatment?

| Phototherapy | No Comments
Phototherapy treatment can help to relieve inflammation associated with a range of different skin conditions, including psoriasis, acne and eczema. If your dermatologist has suggested that you might benefit from…

Welcoming our new Clinic team & their services!

| Uncategorized | No Comments
A very warm welcome this summer to our new dermatology nurse specialists Una, Bridget and Celia, and Vilma, our physician’s assistant. They have been an integral part of setting up…

Mohs Surgery now available with the Harley Street Dermatology Clinic!

| Skin Care | No Comments
In recent news at the HSDC; Dr Sanjay Rajpara is one of our newest members of the HSDC family and we are very pleased to publicise that he carried out…

Getting to Know Your Skin Type

| Skin Care | No Comments
Understanding your skin type is important for more than just choosing the right skincare products. Different types of skin can also be prone to different skin conditions or more susceptible…
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Recognising the Less Well Known Signs of Skin Cancer

| Skin Cancer | No Comments
You may already be aware of some of the possible signs of skin cancer, but there are many different ways that it can affect your skin. Skin cancer comes in…

Is Your Skin Getting Enough Water?

| Skin Care, Uncategorized | No Comments
Drinking plenty of water is essential for our health, including the health of our skin. One of the simplest tips that your private dermatologist in London will give you is…

Getting to Know the Different Types of Eczema

| Eczema | No Comments
Eczema is one of the most common skin diseases in the UK, with up to 1 in 4 of us being affected by it. However, the way that eczema affects…

The Harley Street Dermatology Clinic London Rated Best Service by WhatClinic

| Awards | No Comments
The Harley Street Dermatology Clinic in Marylebone, London (THSDC) is thrilled to have been recognised for the fourth year running – out of the 6 it’s been around for! -…

Being Positive About Your Skin Condition

| Skin Care | No Comments
Skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema can have very visible effects that can leave you feeling embarrassed and self-conscious. In addition to the physical symptoms, which can be very…

Why Does Skin Need Moisturiser?

| Advice | No Comments
One of the skincare tips that you are most likely to hear from your private dermatologist in London is to use a moisturiser every day. Moisturising your skin can help…

What is Ringworm?

| Ringworm, Skin problems in Children | No Comments
Ringworm is one of the most common children’s dermatology problems, but it is very easy to recognise and treat. If you think that your child might have ringworm, you should…

Why Psoriasis Can Be Easy to Miss ?

| Psoriasis | No Comments
Psoriasis can be difficult to recognise because the symptoms it causes can vary so much. Some of the symptoms are easy to confuse with other conditions, so it is important…
winter sun protection

Should You Worry About Sun Damage in Winter?

| Advice | No Comments
Sun damage isn’t usually a problem in the UK in winter. The UV rays are not usually strong enough at this time of year to cause sunburn, but they can…

How to Keep Your Nails Clean to Avoid Infections

| Advice | No Comments
Taking good care of your nails is just as important as looking after your skin. Keeping finger and toe nails clean and neatly trimmed can help to prevent problems such…

How to Take Good Care of Your Hair ?

| Hair Loss | No Comments
Looking after your hair properly can help you to look and feel better, but proper hair care can also help to prevent problems such as irritation and skin infections. It…

Did you know?

Most moles are not a cause for concern and present a purely cosmetic problem. However, moles can occasionally undergo changes that lead to them becoming cancerous.

Acne is a common condition characterised by blackheads, whiteheads and cysts. It affects the greasy and hair-bearing areas such as the face, chest and back.

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