Skin is the largest organ in our body and the most exposed to the outside world. From common conditions such as acne and rosacea to much more complex and rare cases, skin problems can have an enormous impact on our everyday confidence and the way we feel about our appearance.
At GlobMed, we work with UK dermatologists and global skin specialists to identify and provide solutions with a personalised and holistic approach. Our specialists meticulously assess the overall wellbeing of the skin and can recommend lifestyle changes, topical treatments, oral therapies or suggest if you may benefit from a further intervention such as laser therapy.
The dermatologists which we are partnered with are experts in helping to provide full-spectrum solutions to your particular skincare needs. The carefully vetted professionals at GlobMed will ensure that your skin problems are dealt with in world-class facilities that place client wellbeing at the forefront.
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Acne is a skin condition characterised by the formation of blackheads, whiteheads, pimples and multiple other forms of spots. A possible treatment option is laser therapy, which, by using a powerful light, destroys the bacteria that causes acne and removes blood vessels that cause redness.Read More
Eczema is a group of conditions that causes the skin to become itchy, dry and cracked, causes inflammation, and produces a rash. Phototherapy can treat the inflammation and itchiness caused by eczema; pulses of UV light are passed over the affected skin, both widespread over the body and localised to hands or feet.Read More
Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales. Phototherapy is an effective option for targeting psoriasis, which uses natural and artificial light to target and reduce the production of overactive skin cells.Read More
Rosacea is characterised by redness and visible blood vessels commonly seen on the cheeks, producing red, pus-filled bumps. Intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment is available to treat rosacea. However, these symptoms can flare up and reduce periodically.Read More