Psoriasis is a chronic (long-term), non-contagious, inflammatory skin disorder.
The word ‘dermatitis’ means inflammation of the skin.
Topical Steroid Withdrawal Syndrome
TSW occurs as a result of prolonged and/or inappropriate use of prescription steroid creams or preparations.
Acne is a skin disorder that affects the sebaceous glands and/or the underlying blood vessels of the skin.
Folliculitis is characterised by inflammation of hair follicles and can occur anywhere on the body where there is hair.
More common in those prone to flushing attacks, Rosacea can set off papules, pustules and other inflammation.
Abnormal hair loss is usually due to one of three conditions: Androgenic Alopecia; Telogen Effluvium; Alopecia Areata.
Nail conditions commonly occur in patients with other skin conditions because they are also epithelial (skin) cells.
Tinea is a contagious fungal infection caused by one of three types of fungi – trichophyton, microsporum or epidermophyton.
Candida infections result from the overgrowth of the fungal bacteria Candida albicans.
Ichthyosis is the collective name for a group of genetic disorders of keratinisation of the skin.
Pityriasis rosea is a common skin disorder mainly affecting children and young adults in winter.