What’s Causing Premature Hair Loss in Millennials?
Date: June 2019
Hair loss is mostly associated with old age, but the fact is, anyone can start to lose their hair, at any age. It’s definitely more common in older people, but even young adults and adolescents can experience hair loss.
Can Skin Problems Increase the Risk of Food Allergies?
Date: May 2019
Food allergies are an increasingly common problem. We don’t know why this is the case, but there is some evidence that having a skin condition could affect your chances of developing a food allergy.
Tips for Managing Skin Conditions in Children.
Date: Apr 2019
If your child has an unusual rash or growth, is scratching their skin, or has other skin problems, then it’s important to get help. Skin conditions are very common in children and while they aren’t usually serious, it’s vital to find out the cause just in case.
Is Alopecia Curable? How Can I Stop Hair Fall and Hair Loss?
Date: Mar 2019
Alopecia is a medical term that is used to describe hair loss. Hair loss can happen for many different reasons, so the possibilities for treatment depend on the cause of your alopecia.
Is There Any Effective Treatment for Male Pattern Hair Loss?
Date: Jan 2019
Male pattern baldness is a very common condition. Although it isn’t harmful, it can have a significant impact on your confidence and the way you are perceived by others, so many men decide to seek treatment.
Do Moles Grow Back After Being Removed?
Date: Dec 2018
Mole removal is usually permanent, but it is sometimes possible for a mole to reappear or get bigger after it has been partially removed. To understand why this happens, it helps to know what a mole actually is.
How Long Does a Patch Test Take?
Date: Nov 2018
A patch test can find out exactly what is causing your skin allergies, but it will take a while for us to work out which allergens are affecting you. You should be prepared to wear the patches for a few days and to visit the skin clinic several times during the patch test.
How to Choose the Best Dermatologist in London?
Date: Oct 2018
Choosing the right doctor can make a big difference to your experience. If you want to see a privat4e dermatologist in London then you will be able to choose from some of the best dermatologists in the world.
What is Tested in a Skin Patch Test?
Date: Oct 2018
Finding out what you’re allergic to can be tricky. Our skin comes in contact with so many different things that it can be impossible to tell which ones are causing problems.
Is a Dermatologist Covered by Health Insurance?
Date: Sep 2018
Are you wondering whether your health insurance will cover a visit to a dermatologist? The answer will depend on the exact policy you have, but most comprehensive policies should pay for any skin treatments that are recommended by your doctor for medical reasons.
How Does the Sun Change Your Skin?
Date: Aug 2018
Spending time in the sun can have a significant impact on your skin, particularly when the sunlight is more intense during the summer. Some of the changes are quick and obvious, but others can remain hidden for a long time.
Are You At Risk of Basal Cell Carcinoma?
Date: Jul 2018
Basal Cell Carcinoma isn’t as well known to most of us as melanoma, but it is actually the most common form of skin cancer in the UK.Basal Cell Carcinomas tend to grow very slowly and are unlikely to spread, it is still important to be aware of the risk of BCC and to seek help if you think you might have one.
Choosing the Right Dermatologist.
Date: Jun 2018
Choosing the right dermatologist can make a big difference not just to the quality of the care that you receive, but also to your experiences at the clinic. The right dermatologist will help you to feel as comfortable as possible while providing all of the support and information you need, alongside the best possible care.
Coping with Adult Acne.
Date: Jun 2018
Acne is most common during adolescence, when most of us will have had at least the occasional spot. However, that doesn’t mean that your skin will always be clear when you get older. If you suffer from adult acne then you’ll find it is very familiar to your dermatologist in London. It is very common to get spots in your 20s, 30s and beyond.
How to Prevent Heat Rash in Summer?
Date: May 2018
Sun damage isn’t the only thing to watch out for in summer. The higher temperatures can also affect your skin, which can leave you feeling very uncomfortable if you suffer from heat rash. Taking some simple steps to look after your skin can help to prevent heat rash, but you can also seek help at the skin clinic in London if you’re having any problems.
Looking After Spot-Prone Skin.
Date: Apr 2018
Taking good care of your skin is important if you have acne or spot-prone skin. The right skincare routine and treatment from your private dermatologist in London can help to prevent spots so that your skin looks and feels better. It is important not to ignore the problem or to let it affect your mental wellbeing. Taking action to improve your skin can help to improve your mood, boost your confidence and improve your quality of life. Getting rid of your spots can even help to reduce the risk of mental health conditions such as depression.
Could Bacteria Help Us to Treat Skin Cancer?
Date: Mar 2018
Skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma affect large numbers of people every year, but scientists are always working on new ways of tackling these conditions.
Are You Missing the Signs of Skin Cancer?
Date: Feb 2018
Skin cancer is becoming more common in the UK, with more than 100,000 people being diagnosed with it every year. However, a recent survey of more than 2000 British people has revealed that the warning signs of melanoma are too often being missed or ignored.
Which Foods Are Good for Your Skin?
Date: Dec 2017
Skin Conditions That Look Like Acne.
Date: Nov 2017
Top Tips for Winter Skincare.
Date: Oct 2017
What is Scarring Alopecia?
Date: Sep 2017
What Do Your Nails Tell You About Your Health?
Date: Sep 2017
Our nails can be affected by many different conditions, so the symptoms that affect them can tell us a lot about our health. In some cases, your nails can even reveal serious health conditions such as heart disease or liver failure.
How to Beat the Summer Eczema Triggers?
Date: Aug 2017
Most of us love summer weather, but our skin doesn’t always agree. If you have eczema, you might find that the warmer weather makes it harder to avoid flare ups.
What Happens After a Mole is Removed?
Date: Aug 2017
How Is Skin Cancer Caused by Sun Exposure?
Date: Jul 2017
Most of us are aware that the sun is linked to skin cancer, age spots and wrinkles, but you might not know exactly how the sun damages your skin.
The 5 Types of Melanoma.
Date: Jun 2017
Although we usually think of skin cancer as something that affects moles, melanoma skin cancer can actually affect many different parts of our skin and appear in many different forms.
Why It Is Important To Protect Your Skin From Sun.
Date: Feb 2017
Skin problems come in many different forms. Some of them, such as infections, can affect all types of skin, but there are other issues that tend to affect certain types of skin.
Why Are More People Choosing to Have Moles Removed?
Date: Mar 2017
Mole removal has become increasingly popular in London, but it is only partly in response to greater awareness about skin cancer. While many people do request a removal because they are worried about cancer, growing numbers of people are asking their dermatologists for cosmetic removals too.
Skin Problem – How to Determine Your Skin Problem?
Date: May 2017
Protecting your skin from the sun could help to save your life. It can prevent the sun damage that leads to skin cancer, as well as many other skin problems.
The Difference Between Psoriasis and Eczema.
Date: Jan 2017
Sun Safety for Your Skin in Winter.
Date: Dec 2016
How to Get Rid of Skin Cyst?
Date: Nov 2016
Skin cysts are a very common problem. Although they aren’t usually a sign of anything serious, they can be unsightly or become painful if they grow very large. It is therefore important to know what to do if you notice a cyst on your skin.
The Risks of Skin Surgery.
Date: Oct 2016
Skin surgery is usually very safe. If you have a procedure carried out by a one of our skin specialist at our Harley Street Dermatology Clinic in London, it will usually be done with just a local anaesthetic. The surgical wounds are usually small and shallow, and you won’t need to spend any time in hospital to recover. However, there are always risks with any kind of surgery.
The 7 Types of Eczema.
Date: Sep 2016
5 Skin Problems Caused by Sun Damage.
Date: Aug 2016
What does Skin cancer look like?
Date: Jul 2016
What is involved in a Mole removal?
Date: Jun 2016
5 Tips for Tackling Genital Skin Conditions.
Date: Mar 2016
Any kind of skin condition requires a little extra care, but when you have a genital skin condition it is particularly important to care for your skin properly. Your dermatologist in London can provide more advice on caring for your genital skin if you have any questions.
Recent Developments in Acne Treatment.
Date: Jul 2016
What is Basal Cell Cancer?
Date: Apr 2016
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a form of non-melanoma skin cancer that affects the outer layer of your skin, often in a place that has been frequently exposed to the sun. A BCC is much less likely to spread than a melanoma, but the tumour will usually still need to be removed, just in case. There is still a very small chance that a non-melanoma skin cancer will spread and the BCC could be very disfiguring if it is left to grow. Basal cell carcinoma treatment is usually very successful, but the method used will depend on the size and location of the tumour, as well as your health.
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.