if you have a skin interest, skin trauma or skin disease this podcast is dedicated to you!

the Heal Thy Skin podcast

A podcast by Dermhealth.co

Dishing up #skinpowerment every week.

We sharing skin stories from patients and leading practitioners. Our mission is to empower you on your skin health journey so you can face the world faster. 

We share topics on scarring, post operative recovery, lymphoedema, breast cancer, acne, nutrition, rosacea, skin cancer and skin health.

Whether you have a skin interest, skin trauma or skin condition this podcast is dedicated to you.

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Life with Lipoedema with Caroline Sprott of Lipödem Mode

Lipoedema: No, it’s not a typo. It’s a real condition that’s often overlooked or confused with lymphoedema. Nearly 370 million women across the globe live with Lipoedema. What is regularly associated with unruly weight gain in its initial stages can quickly spiral out...

Truths about albinism with Oceanne Comtois

Albinism is a condition that affects the production of melanin, the pigment that colours skin, hair and eyes. 1 out of every 17,000 people is living with albinism. Albinism carries with it myths in cultures throughout the world. These run the spectrum from the notion...

Life with scleroderma with Farah Khaleck, Scleroderma Ambassador

The word “scleroderma” comes from two Greek words: “sclero” meaning hard, and “derma” meaning skin. That is why oftentimes, people think that scleroderma is only all about the hardening of the skin, which is one of the most visible manifestations of the condition....

Skin cancer surgery; What you need to know with Dr Frank Lin

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer: each year, more than 13,000 Australians are diagnosed with melanoma and almost 980,000 new cases of non-melanoma skin cancers are treated. Skin cancer is mostly preventable, and there are effective treatment options...

Skin bleaching with Dr Tess Mauricio

The idea of altering skin tone has been around since ancient times. Arguably, it was during the height of colonialism and the rise of “scientific racism” (the pseudoscientific idea that empirical evidence supports notions of racial superiority and inferiority) from...