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skincare


Health minister keen to embrace skincare role for pharmacists to ease pressure on health system  Extending pharmacists’ scope of practice to include the treatment of certain skin conditions will improve access …

Pharmacists to treat four skin conditions under expanded scope trial  Community pharmacists in NSW will be able to prescribe treatments for certain skin conditions from March 2024, under the next …

PDL has some advice for Victorian pharmacists considering participation in the upcoming statewide scope pilot Victorian pharmacists may be aware of the Community Pharmacist Statewide Pilot scheduled to go live …

This article focuses on the importance of the holistic skincare routine of cleansing, moisturising and photoprotection in alleviating signs and symptoms of acne, rosacea and atopic dermatitis and improving quality …

Skin dryness might be considered a minor complaint but, if left untreated, severely dry skin can progress to flaking, fissuring and infection, writes Leanne Philpott Dry skin is common for …

A deep dive into treating eczema in children, including common topical corticosteroids and key points for their use Jemma Weidinger, Eczema Nurse Practitioner, Perth Children’s Hospital Dr Roland Brand, Consultant …

Louis Roller takes an in-depth look at a common type of skin cancer Basal cells are one of the three main types of cells of the epidermis of the skin. …

Pharmacists can play a key role in educating people about their acne, writes Louis Roller Acne or acne vulgaris is inflammation of the sebaceous (oil) gland of the skin. At …

TerryWhite Chemmart Hawthorn and Galderma Australia have partnered to deliver 50 skin care packs to the nursing force at St Vincent’s Private Hospital in Victoria When nurse Jacqueline Lodge called …

Ben Basger looks at poor sunscreen adherence, drug reactions to sunlight and how to handle a sunburn Ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause a lot more besides sunburn, such as photoageing, …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Is it time to move away from short-acting beta-agonists in asthma management? Evidence suggests that short-acting beta-agonist (SABAs) inhalers continue to …

Our Q&A with consultant dermatologist Dr Andrea Tomizawa 1. What are some common skin issues people may encounter during the silly season (and why)? With the festive season upon us, …