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Treatment & care

There are many different medicines, creams, and therapies for skin problems. From over-the-counter creams to prescription medicines, find out about the options.

Treatment

Some dermatology treatments, including Botox injections, chemical peels, and dermabrasion, can be carried out in a dermatologist’s surgery. Read about these procedures’ risks, benefits, and about recovery.

Get an overview of acne treatments here.

Learn when to seek medical advice about ultra dry skin.

Find out more about treatments proven to help control rosacea.

Find out more about what sclerotherapy is used for and how it works.

Though skin tags are harmless, they can be irritating. A dermatologist or GP can easily remove skin tags for you.

Read about common treatments for the fungal infection referred to as jock itch.

Moles, or naevi, are removed for a variety of reasons. Learn about mole removal methods.

Read more about the causes, prevention and treatment of dandruff.

If you have a fungal infection, such as thrush, athlete's foot or nail infections, antifungal medication may be recommended.

Cryotherapy is a medical technique that uses extreme cold to destroy cells.

Psoriasis treatments

Find out more about self-care and over-the-counter treatments for managing your psoriasis.

Find out more about self-care and over-the-counter treatments for managing your psoriasis.

Find out more about self-care and over-the-counter treatments for managing your psoriasis.

Psoriasis often responds to treatment, though there is currently no permanent cure for psoriasis. Find out about treatment strategies here.

Psoriasis often responds to treatment, though there is currently no permanent cure for psoriasis. Find out about treatment strategies here.

Psoriasis often responds to treatment, though there is currently no permanent cure for psoriasis. Find out about treatment strategies here.

Psoriasis often responds to treatment, though there is currently no permanent cure for psoriasis. Find out about treatment strategies here.

Care

Treating your skin properly isn’t just about soap and moisturiser. Read about the basic building blocks of skin care, and learn to decide which products are right for you.

Lounging in a hot bath may not be great for dry skin. Find out why, and get other skin care tips for dry skin.

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