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By: What's The Alternative  05/12/2011
Keywords: Acne, Eczema, Acne Treatment

Acne is a problem not only for teenagers, but also for adults.  Acne being a disease of the pilosebaceous unit, is primarily seen in the western world, in post puberty and lessens towards the end of adolescence. Although the occurrence of acne seen in women in their 20′s and 30′s is steadily increasing.  Research shows there are [..]


Why do I have Acne: The  Important of Iridology in an Acne Treatment Consultation?   For those of you who are not familiar with Iridology, it is the study of the Iris of the eye (the coloured part) in assessing the constitution of a person, the potential of inflammatory pathways and our tolerances to acid/alkaline [..]


  Eczema  is the most common skin condition seen in Ireland.  It means simply – inflammation of the skin and those of you who suffer with this condition will be more than aware of the itchy scaling skin that presents. Often the reason for the eczema is unknown.  What we do know is that there [..]


Atopic Eczema:: the rise since 1940   In May 2011 an article appeared in the Independent News paper reviewing research carried out by Professor Richard Cork, head of academic dermatology at the School of medicine and Biological Sciences at Sheffield University. The research revealed that eczema has increased from 4% in newborns to around 25% [..]


Keywords: Academic Dermatology, Acne, Acne Rosacea, Acne Treatment, biological sciences, Common Skin Condition, Eczema, News Paper, Scaling Skin, Treatments For Acne,

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05/12/2011

Treatments for Acne :: Acne Rosacea :: Clinics in Dublin and Cork - acne

Skincare Clinic for Rosacea: Rosacea is mostly seen in patients who are over the age of 30 and is extremely common in Ireland amongst the Celtic skin type. Acne being a disease of the pilosebaceous unit, is primarily seen in the western world, in post puberty and lessens towards the end of adolescence. The skin condition presents with redness to the skin and oedema, pustules, papules and telangiectasia.


05/12/2011

Treatments for Acne :: Acne Rosacea :: Clinics in Dublin and Cork - eczema and dermatitis

Seborrhiec Dermatitis is an inflammatory condition involving Malassezia ovalis – a yeast growth being the probable cause and it usually accompanies an oily complexion. It means simply – inflammation of the skin and those of you who suffer with this condition will be more than aware of the itchy scaling skin that presents.