The following are bodies or support groups that provide information relevant to scarring or scarring treatment. By clicking on the logo or link, you will be directed to the relevant website. We are not responsible for the content of external websites.
Changing Faces supports and represents people who have conditions or injuries which affect their appearance. From improving confidence to championing equal opportunities, Changing Faces have always been at the forefront of supporting individuals and their families.
British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Offer an extensive network of confidential counselling that helps with, for example, adjustment to physical change or painful feelings.
Dan’s Fund for Burns
A UK based charity that provides practical and comprehensive help to burns survivors.
Birthmark Support Group
Provides advice and support for the families of children born with vascular or pigmented birthmarks.
For the last twenty years, the main UK source of information about people living with vitiligo.
The British Association of Skin Camouflage
Since 1985, their main objective has been to alleviate the psychological, physical and social effects that an altered image can have on someone’s life by the simple application of specialised skin camouflage products.
The Skin Camouflage Network
Advice about skin camouflage and how to find a practitioner.
Experts in medical tattooing with a widespread network of technicians.
Let’s Face It
An international support network for people with facial disfigurement.
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Suppliers of medical pressure garments
Silicone, colour-matched prosthetic for small areas
Undertake ground breaking research into wounds, burns and scars.
The Centre for Appearance Research
Undertake research into the psychology of appearance, disfigurement and body image.
Pioneering international group that investigates the rehabilitation of scarring after burns.