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Seborrhoeic dermatitis can occur on the scalp, face or torso or in areas that produce an oily substance known as sebum. Learn more about it here.
Dermatitis herpetiformis is an autoimmune condition, generally associated with gluten intolerance and coeliac disease. Find out how it is diagnosed and treated.
Inflammation of the skin is commonly termed eczema or dermatitis. It can be effectively managed with treatment – find out how.
There are many different reasons your head might be itchy. Learn more about the different causes and treatment options available.
Eczema causes red, itchy and dry skin, which can be very irritating. But there are many ways to manage eczema, including avoiding triggers.
Nappy rash and cradle cap are common in babies. They are usually easily treated and won’t cause long-term problems – here are some self-care tips.
Contact dermatitis treatments
Trusted information about contact dermatitis treatments and self-help advice
Baby rash treatments
Trusted information about baby rash treatments and self-care advice
Summer skin rashes
Summer rashes can be caused by things like sunlight, insects, sweating and overheating - especially if you have allergies and/or pre-existing skin conditions.
Antihistamines are medicines that help ease allergy symptoms. Read more about how antihistamines are used to treat conditions like hay fever, eczema and asthma.
Impetigo is a highly contagious skin infection that causes sores and blisters. It's very common and affects mainly children.