Mr Malhotra led the online discussion with ISG members from across the globe, sharing his expertise and answering questions concerning problems with the management of eye care in those affected by ichthyosis. Read more
2022 is the ISG's 25th Anniversary Year and we asked you to help us design a logo to use throughout this celebratory year. We have a winner! Read more
There is no reason to suspect that just having ichthyosis puts you at greater risk of catching COVID-19. Please read our full advice. Read more
There is no cure for ichthyosis, but it can be treated and managed.
There are many types of ichthyosis and each type is unique to each individual and depending on the type, may be inherited differently.
Set up a fundraising page on the ISG website. Using our online form will be the easiest way to get sponsorship from far and wide and the collecting is done for you – so no chasing up sponsors!
Some of our members have generously shared their personal stories of living with ichthyosis. These stories feature many types of ichthyosis from a wide range of people.
Following the discontinuation of Calmurid, Udrate is the new product available containing Urea and Lactic acid. Read more
Carleen Walsh, PhD Researcher invites caregivers of children affected by ichthyosis to test a new needs assessment e-tool to make sure it is reliable and valid. Read more
If your child has been diagnosed with a skin condition, then you are invited to take part in a research study exploring the experiences of psychosocial support for children and their carers. Read more
Celebrate our 25th Anniversary and tick 'Climb a Mountain' off your bucket list! Join us for a challenge to remember on 1st May 2022. Read more