Revisiting how we think about cleanliness and bacteria could be the key to improving overall skin health. Clean is good, but can you have too much of a good thing?
For mild or moderate skin conditions, patients and doctors are increasingly turning to teledermatology
The alarmingly small number of qualified dermatologists in the UK must be addressed, along with a widespread misunderstanding of what they actually do
Psychological issues that can arise from a range of skin conditions are fuelling the rise and importance of psychodermatology
From expansive artificial intelligence programming to nano-engineering, dermatology is at the cutting edge of the digital health revolution
One of the best ways to safeguard yourself is finding a practitioner who is experienced and properly trained in the procedures they are performing. But what qualifications should you be looking for? Leah Hardy reports
A combination of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals is helping to improve skincare, as Claire Coleman reports
The cosmeceutical industry is growing exponentially as the beauty-buying public becomes more savvy about skincare ingredients and what they are putting on their faces, writes Vicky Eldridge