Online clinic on skin conditions 2017


From 1 - 30 September 2017 talkhealth will team up with Mölnlycke Health Care Ltd, manufacturers of Epaderm Cream and Epaderm Ointment to present an Online Clinic on Skin Conditions.

The forum for this clinic is not yet available (contact us for more information)

Clinical experts will be available to answers questions on issues surrounding eczema, sensitive & dry skin, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, scars and many other skin conditions.

If you would like to join us in promoting the clinic please email us for an information pack.

If you have a question that you would like us to post on your behalf email it to us here.

Please also check our list of future clinic dates here.

Medical Experts

  • Vanessa Jane Davies

    Skin Camouflage Consultant

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  • Mr Ioannis Goutos

    FRCSEd(Plast), MSc Burn Care

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  • Dr Faheem Latheef

    Consultant Dermatologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, MBCHB, MR...

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  • Dr Claire Mansfield

    Chartered Counselling Psychologist - CPsychol, PsychD, MA, BSc

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Epaderm from Mölnlycke Health Care, is a rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions. Epaderm is highly versatile and can be used directly on the skin, in the bath or as a skin cleanser; providing complete emollient therapy in one product. It is suitable for all ages, including babies.

Developed by dermatologists, Epaderm has no fragrances, colourings or additives, and contains less sensitisers than other brands. It contains yellow soft paraffin, emulsifying wax and liquid paraffin, which deeply moisturise and soften the skin. Epaderm provides a film barrier, which aids moisture retention within the skin.

For more information visit the Epaderm website


British Skin Foundation

The British Skin Foundation is the only UK charity dedicated to raising funds for skin disease and skin cancer research. This year the British Skin Foundation turns 20 years old, giving out more than £10 million in grants to over 300 research projects since 1996. As well as supporting research into diseases such as eczema, psoriasis and skin cancer, cases of which are unfortunately all too common; the BSF are also looking to find better treatments and eventual cures for conditions that may be less familiar such as vitiligo, ichthyosis and alopecia.

Read more about British Skin Foundation...