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Unsightly and prone to recurrence, white spots are a fungal infection that you don’t want to have. Learn how to treat it here.
Do you have tiny white or yellow spots on your nails? Be careful, it could be the beginnings of a nail fungal infection.
Suffering from itchy red scales on your face? You could have tinea barbae, a skin fungal infection affecting men. Find out how to treat it here.
Cauliflowers are delicious, but we’re sure you will never want them on your skin. Why? These cauliflower-like bumps come in the form of warts – small growths or tumours on the skin caused by a virus.
Eczema typically refers to a red and itchy skin reaction. Know the signs and causes of different types of eczema.
Not all white spots are untreatable! Learn from our pharmacists about the different causes of white spots, and find out how you might be able to rid yourself of these blemishes.
A pimple inside your eyelid? That’s most likely a stye. Learn about how to treat them with advice from our pharmacist!
Learn about age spots and how to minimise the formation of these brown or black spots on your face and on the back of your hands.
Have you been experiencing an unbearable urge to scratch your head? Head lice may be the reason for your agony. Learn about how to stop the itch now!
Shingles could be described as the meaner, older brother of chickenpox. It’s caused by the same virus as chickenpox, but its symptoms can be a lot more painful. Learn about how you can manage it here.
Head lice live in your hair and make your head itch. Learn more about how to stop the itch and keep these pesky insects out.
Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that you really don’t want to have. Here’s how you can treat and prevent the condition.
Crabs (pubic lice) infect the hairs on your body and feed on your blood. Learn how to treat this condition here.
Staying seated all day may sound like an ideal way to relax, but it isn’t, especially for diabetic patients. This is because pressure sores may find their way to them.