Lilly is a 17-year-old girl who wants to live a normal life but is constantly stressed by her rare skin disease, pemphigus foliaceus
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra determines if using micellar water for eye makeup remover and wearing shoes with a bit of room to prevent blisters are a buzz or a bust.
The Doctors discuss how Meghan Markle has been photographed wearing shoes that are too big for her, which she reportedly wears in order to prevent blisters on her feet. Is this a smart clothing hack or a Royal wack?
The Doctors share the case of a woman with a severe case of herpes HSV-1 and explain what may contribute to a flare-up of the virus.
Jeff writes to The Doctors asking about his 88-year-old father’s shingles diagnosis.
If you’re suffering from blisters, the answer just might be in your drawer. The Doctors share how paper tape can be an effective and inexpensive way to prevent this issue that can plague your feet.
The Doctors share if the DIY keloid removal and the blister-prevention tip using tape are hacks or wacks!
The Doctors share what you should do when dealing with an unexplained rash or blistering on your skin.
This blister started as an irritation on the patients behind after sitting on a heating pad for too long. It then became inflamed, infected and started oozing fluid.
Heather and her daughter Cadence join The Doctors to discuss Heather’s rare “hailey hailey” skin condition and the constant care Heather needs in order to function in her daily life. See what surprises The Doctors have in store for her.