You must purchase the medication on your private prescription at a pharmacy, and costs may vary. You can enquire at your pharmacy for the specific cost of the medication.
You can purchase the medication by taking your private prescription to a pharmacy. We will post the prescription to your contact address.
If our doctor has recommended medication, we will usually issue a private prescription for upto a maximum of 1 months treatment, after which time you would need to have a further consultation or see your own doctor to discuss a continuation of medication, there are some medications that cannot be prescribed remotely. Our doctor will inform you in your assessment if there is reason that a medication cannot be prescribed.
We aim to assess your case within 48 hours.
Yes we can help, Please use the online consultation facility for a personal report from our dermatology consultant.
We are unable to respond individually to enquires relating to skin conditions via the contact or faq pages, however, Dr Ashworth will consider all communications received and if of common interest, publish these anonymously on the website.