LIVE online scar clinic in collaboration with The British Skin Foundation


talkhealth is teaming up with The British Skin Foundation on 27th May (8pm) to present our first LIVE online clinic, answering all of your questions on scars.

Follow these steps to get involved:

Step 1: Pop your scar queries into this survey

Step 2: Sign up to the webinar here! Our BSF experts will be answering your questions in a webinar at 20:00 (GMT) on Thursday 27 May


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

We are delighted to share with you that our longtime collaborator the British Skin Foundation will be the debut guests at this event. Two of their experts will be answering your questions on scars. From acne to caesarean scars, Dr Anjali Mahto and Mr Ioannis Goutos will be joining forces to answer your questions live. 

Dr Anjali Mahto is a Consultant Dermatologist who is dedicated to sharing her knowledge of the science behind skin conditions. She works in the NHS to deliver care for the diverse range of hair, skin and nail conditions that affect both adults and children. 

Mr Ioannis Goutos is an experienced Plastic Surgeon with a specialist interest in burn care and scar management. He is committed to making scars look and feel better through both surgical and non-surgical treatment.

Medical Experts

Mr Ioannis Goutos

Consultant Plastic & Burns Surgeon - FRCSEd(Plast), MSc Burn Care

Dr Anjali Mahto

Consultant Dermatologist and British Skin Foundation spokesperson

Supporting Partner

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.

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