Skin and Hair
If you've got a problem with acne we've got the solution
Painful verruca or unsightly wart? You can treat these with medicines available from your local pharmacy
Don't scratch! Find out what you can use to relieve an itch and avoid damaging your skin
From impetigo and athlete's foot to shingles, we look at over-the-counter and prescribed treatments for common skin infections
Hives? Insect bite reaction? Allergic eczema? Find out what medicines can help!
Dry or vulnerable skin? Find out what products are available to moisturise and protect it
Find out what products your nurse might use in the care of wounds, ulcers, pressure sores, burns and cuts
Lyclear dermal cream can be bought from pharmacies to treat scabies and crab lice - we give advice on use, warnings and side effects
Fucidin H cream (hydrocortisone and fusidic acid) is a prescription cream for eczema. Find out more about the uses and side effects.
Here's everything you need to know about Salactol paint, the medicine most commonly used for verrucas and warts.
Everything you need to know about using Lamisil cream (terbinafine).
Everything you need to know about using this treatment for male pattern hair loss.
How to use Nizoral 2% shampoo, an antifungal treatment for scalp conditions caused by an overgrowth of a yeast.