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  • Expert Skin Advice in 4 Steps

    A skin specialist is needed to diagnose and treat skin problems

    Do you need expert help for your skin problem?

    skin problems can be diagnosed by the dermatologist using images of the skin

    Send your photos and details via our online consultation.

    our dermatologist can assess your case from his clinic

    Our skin specialist will assess your case and post report/prescription to your private account.

    Take dermatology report to the Gp or pharmacy to start treatment

    Take your report/prescription to your pharmacy for your medication.

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    What to do now?

      • You can: Go straight to the online consultation page for your personal report from Dr J Ashworth - (£39.95 or euro equivalent per case)
      • You can: Navigate through the site using the menu above.
      • You can : Watch a demo video on the online consultation.

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