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Skin conditions and disorders affect millions of people across the world. 

They can be uncomfortable or painful, temporary or permanent, while if they occur on a visible part of your body, you might feel embarrassed or insecure about your appearance.

While not every skin condition can be cured, most are manageable.

A GP will be able to help you identify the problem and carry out effective treatment.

Skin conditions are often easy to identify by their appearance, so in many cases, our doctors will be able to tell you exactly what the problem is with just a short video consultation using your phone or computers camera.

Medication is often needed to tackle skin conditions and our GPs can get the medicine you need sent out to your nearest pharmacy within minutes after your consultation.

Our doctors can also give you advice on preventative measures to stop the skin conditions before they start.

Common skin conditions we have helped with and offer treatment for include:


Spots that often appear on the face, back and chest area.
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Regular bouts of inflamed, itchy, dry or cracked skin.
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Itchy Scalp
Has a range of possible causes, from dandruff to head lice.
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Any unusual marks on your skin should be checked by a doctor.
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A ring-shaped rash, usually found on the legs and arms.
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An itchy, red rash that can cover large areas of the body.
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An often painful viral infection caused by chickenpox.
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Hard, rough lumps on the skin.
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An itchy rash commonly found between folds of skin.
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Stoma Care
Get help with stoma issues, including cleaning and skin irritation.
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Fungal Skin Infection
Examples include Athlete's foot, intertrigo and ringworm.
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Skin Abscess
Pus-filled swellings that feel hard if you press down on them.
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Blue, purple or black patches on your skin.
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An infection that makes your skin feel swollen, warm and painful.
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Dry Skin
Often a symptom of a skin problem, such as psoriasis or eczema.
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Foot Infection
Common problems such as ingrown toenails and fungal nails.
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Cold Sores (Herpes)
Small blisters that appear around the edge of your mouth.
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While usually not serious, lumps should be checked by a doctor.
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Skin Rash
Many common skin conditions cause a rash.
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Red, irritated skin, particularly around the nose and cheeks.
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Skin Allergies
It's important to find out what's caused your allergic reaction.
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Caused by tiny mites burrowing just below the skin's surface.
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A bacterial infection that causes blisters and sores on your face.
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Anal Itching
Also known as an itchy bottom it can be uncomfortable or even painful
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Our doctors are aware of how distressing skin conditions can be, and will approach the subject sensitively and sympathetically, offering the support and reassurance you need.

We’re here for you from 7am until 10pm, seven days a week.

If you’re feeling self-conscious about your problem, the last thing you want to do is sit in a waiting room full of other people. With Push Doctor, you won’t have to. Simply talk to a doctor using your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer from the comfort of your own home.