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ACD A-Z of Skin - Retinoids

Retinoids are a group of medications related to vitamin A.

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ACD A-Z of Skin - Cosmeceuticals

A-Z OF SKIN Cosmeceuticals BACK TO A-Z SEARCH What are they? The term “cosmeceutical” was introduced by dermatologist Dr Albert Kligman in 1984 and is derived from a combination of the words cosmetic and pharmaceutical

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Skin Care For Acne | Acne Skin Care Tips | All About Acne

Everyone's skin is different, but a simple acne skin care routine is always best. Focus on three main steps: cleanse, treat, protect and you wont need to spend a fortune on skin care products!

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ACD A-Z of Skin - Striae

Stretch marks are extremely common, affecting over 70% of the population. There are two types of stretch marks - striae rubra (red or new stretch marks) and striae alba (white or old stretch marks).

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ACD A-Z of Skin - Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

Damage to the skin from trauma or inflammation may result in discolouration of the affected area. Compared with normal skin, these areas may appear slightly darker in colour (hyperpigmentation).

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ACD A-Z of Skin - Poikiloderma of Civatte

Poikiloderma of civatte was first described in 1923 and refers to redness and mottled pigment on the sides of the neck.

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Mask of Pregnancy – Melasma

The ‘mask of pregnancy’, also known as Melasma or Chloasma (medical names) is a skin condition that occurs in pregnancy. Areas of the face become darkened (hyperpigmented), appearing as blotchy, irregular shaped patches may range from tan to dark brown in colour.

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ACD A-Z of Skin - Melasma

A-Z OF SKIN Melasma BACK TO A-Z SEARCH What is it? Also known as … Also known as … Chloasma, Pigmentation of Pregnancy Melasma appears as patchy shades of brown pigmentation on sun exposed areas of the face

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