Dr. Victoria Swale

Looking after your skin and hair after 40

Dr Victoria Swale is an experienced consultant Dermatologist, with a special interest in vulval conditions, moles and skin cancer. Her NHS base is the Royal Free Hospital, where she has been a Consultant Dermatologist since 2004, and a skin pathologist since 2006.

She consults privately at The London Clinic, The Wellington Hospital and One Welbeck Skin Health and Allergy.

She qualified from the University of Southampton Medical School in 1992. After general medical training she trained in Dermatology in several London teaching hospitals. She has an MD (a higher degree) from the University of London for her research on genetic skin changes in family cancer syndromes. This work has been published in peer-reviewed journals.

Dr Swale sees adults and children with the full range of skin, hair and nail conditions including eczema/dermatitis, acne, rosacea, warts, hair loss, itch and rashes. Her particular interests are skin cancer, moles and lesions; she uses dermoscopy and mole mapping in diagnosis and monitoring. She also has an interest in vulval and genital skin conditions such as lichen sclerosus.

Victoria is involved in the brand new One Welbeck Skin Health and Allergy Clinic – a group of highly experienced dermatologists, allergists and plastic surgeons in state-of-the-art premises.

Just some of the points we cover in this session:
Why many women in midlife notice changes to their hair and skin in midlife
Why hair loss and hair thinning happens and what we can do about it
Tips for dealing with another big concern – skin dryness/allergies/itchiness/dullness in our complexion

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