Acne is a disease of the hair follicle and oil glands that can occur on any part of the body, commonly affecting skin of the face, back and chest.
Contact dermatitis is a type of eczema/dermatitis which develops from our skin coming into direct contact with a chemical agent or substance.
Eczema (or dermatitis) is a skin condition with several subtypes which result in dry, inflamed and sometimes weeping skin.
The causes of alopecia are numerous and varied. Most hair loss conditions can be cured or adequately treated to diminish hair loss.
Laser is an acronym for “Light Amplification of Stimulated Emission of Radiation”. There are many types of lasers each used for different treatment purposes.
Types of pigmentary disorders include melasma, solar lentigenes (liver spots), freckles, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and more.
Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious skin condition. It is accompanied by some inflammation which appears as red scaly patches.
Skin infections could be caused by bacteria, virus or fungi. It is therefore important to have an accurate diagnosis before treatment.
Urticaria is a common itchy skin rash which is also known as hives or wheals. It usually lasts for several hours before fading away.
Rosacea causes red spots and flushes on the face, localised swelling, fine broken veins. The nose may also appear scarred and lumpy.