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“He has been wearing them for 24 hours now and all I can say is WOW! His skin is already so much clearer, he has had a full night’s sleep, and very little scratching this morning. I honestly didn't think I would see the effects so quickly.”
SG Sandhurst


The internet is full of websites offering advice on eczema and related conditions. We have looked around for a number of years and the sites listed below represent a number of useful sources of information on the internet with links to self-help advice and chat rooms to help you talk with and find support from people in similar situations:

We have displayed below, links to some carefully chosen information sites.
NES logo

Espère Healthcare Limited supports nurse and patient education programmes for the National Eczema Society and participates in their Affiliates Scheme.

Espère Healthcare is proud to support family and nurse education through the National Eczema Society.

Did you know over 5 million people in the UK suffer from eczema?  For many of these, the physical and psychological impact can be severe.  The NES Helpline has proven to be a lifeline to many during their worst times; they deal with thousands of calls every year from people living with or those caring for those suffering from eczema.  It costs £3 to fund a Helpline call.  If you would like to help us help others donate the cost of a Helpline call today. 

Just text “ITCH” to 70003* - thank you.

*Texts cost £3 plus network charge.  National Eczema Society receives at least £2.67.  Obtain bill payers permission.  Customer care 08448479800. 

Charity No XN39879

British Dermatological Nursing Group.
We also support Dermatological Nursing education
via the British Dermatological Nursing Group.
European Society of Contact Dermatitis

European Society of Contact Dermatitis


Primary Care Dermatology Society

Primary Care Dermatology Society - www.pcds.org.uk

Dermatology Image Atlas

Dermatology Image Atlas

Talk Eczema


A UK patient-run web site on dermatology problems

A UK-based user-group run web site dedicated to eczema & dermatitis


The only national patient support group and medical research charity working on behalf of people suffering from Epidermolysis Bullosa - www.debra.org.uk

Itchy Baby

UK based user group run website dedicated to eczema

National Lichen Sclerosus Support Group (UK based group) www.lichensclerosus.org
This site is currently undergoing reconstruction.

Patient Co UK www.patient.co.uk
Patient Co UK www.patient.co.uk
Comprehensive health information as provided by GPs and nurses to patients during consultations.
British Society for the Study of Vulval Disease
International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD) https://netforum.avectra.com/eWeb/StartPage.aspx?Site=ISSVD
Global Thinking for Women’s Wellness
International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD)

British Society for the Study of Vulval Disease (BSSVD) www.bssvd.org
BSSVD is a growing UK based international medical society with members currently numbering over 160 and drawn from a range of specialities such as Dermatology, Gynaecology and Genitourinary Medicine.

This is a Professional Password Protected site.

British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)
British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) www.bad.org.uk
The BAD works with many other organisations to achieve its aims of supporting patients and improving standards these include Patient Support Groups, Special Interest Groups, International Dermatology Groups and the Medical Royal Colleges.
UKLP for Lichen Planus Support UKLP for Lichen Planus Support www.uklp.org.uk
If you have a diagnosis of LP or know of someone who has the condition, then this is the place to come for up-to-date information and support.

Vulval Health Awareness Campaign www.vhac.org
The VHAC was the first charity in the world for vulva health awareness and the only UK charity to provide a dedicated helpline for women with any vulva disorder.
The VHAC helpline is available to support you.

National Candida society
National Candida society www.candida-society.org
The National Candida Society was founded in 1997. The society aims to:
• provide information and support to people with candida overgrowth
• raise awareness of candida - its causes, treatments and related conditions
Pelvic Pain Society
Pelvic Pain Society www.pelvicpain.org.uk
The Pelvic Pain Support Network is a registered charity. We support patients with pelvic pain whether they have a diagnosed condition or not.
WellBeing of Women
WellBeing of Women www.wellbeingofwomen.org.uk
WellBeing of Women is the only UK charity funding vital research into all aspects of reproductive health in three key areas: pregnancy and birth, quality of life problems and gynaecological cancers. The charity works hard to reassure women, provide information and raise awareness of the benefits of being pro-active about good reproductive health whilst championing the need for more funding in women's health in the public arena.
Women’s Health Concern
Women’s Health Concern www.womens-health-concern.org
With over 30 years’ experience, Women’s Health Concern seeks to be a reliable source of information providing unbiased healthcare advice with compassion.
Embarrassing Problems
Embarrassing Problems www.embarrassingproblems.com
Advice on health problems which you may find difficult to discuss with others.
Vulval Pain Society
Vulval Pain Society www.vulvalpainsociety.org
The Vulval Pain Society (VPS) is a confidential service for women who suffer from vulval pain due to vestibulodynia and vulvodynia. Their website offers useful information and advice and has active chat rooms linked to it.
Thrush Help
Thrush Help www.thrushhelp.com
A website run by a London based gynaecologist looking at Thrush, Bacterial Vaginosis and other gynaecological and obstetric conditions