We are excited to raise money for the British Skin Foundation for another year of Battle of the DermSocs. As medical students interested in dermatology, we would like to support the BSF fund research and raise awareness on diseases of the skin.
I just feel not alot of people know about all the different skin problem and want to bring about awareness
As an eczema sufferer myself, I appreciate the efforts of BSF in helping those with skin diseases and how much of an impact their research and support can make on a life.
As a Dermatology Nurse Specialist, Skin cancer screening Practitioner and Medical Aesthetic Practitioner, I love everything about the skin. Our skin should be embraced for the amazing organ it is. (imperfections as well)Raising awareness of the numerous skin conditions that can affect us and: embrace these, understand them, treat these, manage these, and be proud and confident to wear our skin with pride!!
I'm fundraising for the British Skin Foundation as I personally suffer from Serve Eczema, which got really bad last year with a trip to the hospital where the Doctor said I was lucky that I got treatment when I did because it could have been a different outcome. I've done multiple Half Marathons but never a full Marathon so doing it for charity to give something back.
I have suffered with severe eczema since being only a few months old and have also had shingles too. I am a former Beauty queen battling severe eczema and want to wingwalk to raise money to help sufferers like myself find a cure!
The British Skin Foundation is my charity of choice for the Ride Across Britain charity ride (7 - 15 September 2019). In 9 days I will ride my bicycle 900 miles from Lands End to John O'Groats in raising awareness for all types of skin diseases and conditions. In one way or another, we have all been affected personally or our loved ones have suffered from skin cancer, psoriasis, eczema, melanoma, lupus, dermatitis, vitiligo, and even acne. Living with a chronic condition or being diagnosed with
After 9 years and 7 attempts, this year I have finally managed to get a ballot place in the 2019 London Marathon. I am taking this opportunity to raise money for a charity close to my heart - British Skin Foundation.
My mum has received outstanding treatment in Leeds for skin cancers on her face
This organisation is particularly close to our business as British Skin Foundation stamp is on most of our products.
Skin problems are all too common. My Father had psoriasis, husband also. Husband had squamous cell carcinoma and now I have a basal cell carcinoma.