Actinic keratoses (AK) are dry scaly patches of skin caused by long-term exposure to the sun. Also known as solar keratoses the patches can vary in colour (red, pink or brown) and diameter (from millimetres to centimetres) and the skin can become very thick often forming small hooks and spikes.
An early form of easily treatable skin cancer. The abnormal growth takes place on the outer layer of the skin called the squamous cells.
Tinea pedis, more commonly known as athlete’s foot (AF),is a fungal infection usually occurring between the toes.