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Skin Health Hub

The skin is the largest organ of the body and can bring many challenging conditions that some people have to manage day to day. Find out the in's and out's of adult acne, rosacea, vitiligo, eczema, psoriasis and moles.

man with adult acne
Adult acne: what is it and can it be treated?
If you’re among the one in 20 women and one in 100 men who still have acne over the age of 25, check out these do's and don'ts on how to look after your skin...

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woman with vitiligo on the face
TV chef Dean Edwards' Experiences with Vitiligo
TV chef Dean Edwards has had vitiligo since he was a child. Find out more about how he's dealt with this skin condition on a day to day basis...

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Skin cancer: how to check your moles
Every day in the UK, two people in the 15 to 35 age group are diagnosed with malignant melanoma. Find out more about changes with moles and what to look out for...

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man with psoriasis on his torso
How to manage psoriasis
One in 50 of us will develop psoriasis. It is often little more than a minor inconvenience for most people, however for some it can be difficult to live with day to day. Find out more about how to manage this condition...

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woman with rosacea on the face
Need to know: rosacea
People with rosacea may flush more readily, but they can also develop a longer-lasting red face, along with other symptoms. Find out who gets rosacea and how to manage the condition...

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woman with itchy, sore, red eczema
Eczema: causes, symptoms and how to manage
A condition that inflames the skin, causing itchiness, dryness and redness. Find out more about the characteristics and how to manage the condition...

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