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Genital herpes is a skin condition that affects mucous lining of many parts of the body. Including the nose, mouth, throat and the genitals. This infection is caused by the herpes simplex type 1 and 2 viruses. With both contributing to sores in the mouth as well as genital area. From several dermatology clinic research, herpes simplex type1 is more common in people under the age of 25, while type 2 affects people above the age of 25.

At Clear Skin London, we provide a comprehensive treatment method for carriers of both type 1 and 2 simplex herpes. During appointment, we diagnose for several skin conditions including herpes. Our tools makes it easy to spot the infection at the initial stage and prompts quick treatment.

If you notice any sign of herpes, dont wait for the blisters to develop before putting a call across to us.



ReviewsI was suffering from terrible allergies. Over the counter medications didn't help much and life was going from bad to worse. I started spending more time browsing the web for a solution. Then, a colleague recommended me the Clear skin Clinic. I went for the first consultation without much expectation. But the moment I arrived, all my worries were put to rest. I underwent the pinprick allergy testing to learn that I was allergic to dust mites. Since then, I bought cleaning products and vacuums as suggested by these people and that helped. I suffer seldom now, thanks to Clear skin Clinic.

Paul Blackwell (Patient Review)

Paul Blackwell

5 months ago


ReviewsMy eczema had been a constant problem since I was young and I had treatment of different sorts with mixed results. It was a colleague who suggested that I go to Clear Skin Clinic and see if they could help. I was so impressed by the staff at the clinic all of whom were kind and efficient. I have started treatment now and my skin is looking so much better.

Shirley Miller (Patient Review)

Shirley Miller

11 months ago