Tag Archives: dermatitis

The Link Between Skin And Gut Health Explained

Can your gut health affect your skin? Nutritionist Sarah Carolides* explains the relationship between the two. Editor’s note: This article was first published by Aesthetic Journal and is republished with permission and gratitude. It is written for medical/aesthetic practitioners but is an interesting read for all who have an interest in gut and skin health. Science is increasingly showing us that if we want perfect skin on the outside, we need to look after our ‘skin on the inside’.1 A 2008 study of 173 participants found that patients suffering from rosacea were significantly more likely to have small-intestinal bacterial overgrowth…

six steps to getting eczema under control

Struggling with eczema? Dr Unnati Desai gives you some tips of keeping it under control. Eczema, otherwise known as Dermatitis, is a common skin condition affecting 1 in 5 people. It can come on suddenly (acute eczema) or be chronic (longstanding). Many people have it from childhood, and some may grow out of it, but in others it can persist much longer. The severity, the areas on the body it affects and triggers that cause it can vary from person to person, but also in one individual. It causes a patch of skin to become red, itchy and inflamed, but…

Dr Adam Friedmann

Dr Friedmann, is a consultant dermatologist and clinical lead at The Harley Street Dermatology Clinic. He is a UK-trained Dermatologist and graduate of King’s College School of Medicine, London. He has worked at many of London’s top teaching hospitals including King’s College, St Georges, Hammersmith, Barts and the London and the Royal Free Hospitals Dr Friedmann, a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, has been a consultant since 2008. His former NHS post was as a Consultant Dermatologist at the The Whittington Hospital in North London and until recently, he was the Dermatology Teaching Lead at University College London where…