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Dr Rasha has an undeniable passion for medical aesthetics, but is also an artist by nature and has a great interest in the arts. She qualified as a doctor in 2010 and worked in general medicine, dermatology, and many more medical fields before finding her passion and love for aesthetic medicine.
Sweating is the body’s natural way of regulating its temperature. And whilst we all perspire in certain situations - be it out of fear, embarrassment or exposure to the heat - this is very often completely normal and nothing to worry about. Spare a thought, then, for those who have been diagnosed with hyperhidrosis, which is the medical term for excessive sweating. This distressing condition has been known to cause its sufferers tremendous anxiety and discomfort, especially as there are quite often no obvious triggers and it will occur seemingly at will.VIEW
Discovering that you’re pregnant is one of life’s most joyous moments, but there’s also much to navigate throughout this unique nine-month period. One of the most common things you’ll come across in this time is a noticeable change to your skin, with fluctuations in hormones often triggering breakouts, episodes of acne and the pigmentation disorder known as melasma. As a woman, these things can make you feel self-conscious about how you look and, more importantly, anxious and confused as to which skincare products can safely manage these conditions without bringing harm to your baby. What follows below is a breakdown of which skincare products and ingredients have been deemed safe for use whilst you’re a mum-to-be, carrying through into what you should do when breastfeeding. Enjoy! VIEW