Meet Our Dermatologist Panel

United in our mission for healthy skin for all, Coats has partnered with the Skin Health Alliance, an independent industry body of skin experts & dermatologists. We are working with their Expert Skin Dermatologist Panel, Dr Bernard Ho, Dr Narin Shareef, Dr Emma Amoafo-Mensah and Dr Hugh Lyford, who advise on skin concerns and independently review and approve our clinically proven formulas to ensure they really deliver to improve the health of your skin.

Dr Emma Amoafo-Mensah

Dr Emma Amoafo-Mensah is a Senior Dermatology Registrar in London. Her dermatology special interests include hair and dermatology in people of color.

Dr Amoafo-Mensah has presented at several national and international dermatology meetings and conferences including the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology and the British Association of Dermatology.

Dr Bernard Ho

Dr Bernard Ho is a Dermatologist based in London, UK. He is a recipient of scholarships and prizes from The World Congress of Dermatology, the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, the British Association of Dermatologists, and the Royal Society of Medicine.

Dr Ho has eczema and acne himself, and can appreciate the personal and social implications of having problem skin. He also identifies with both the BAME community and LGBTQ+ community, so sees first-hand the significant role skin plays in how he presents himself to the world, both personally and professionally.

Dr Narin Shareef

Dr Narin Shareef is a Senior Dermatology Registrar in London, UK. She has a particular interest in adolescent dermatology, focusing on a variety of skin conditions that affect young people.

Dr Shareef also has a passion for education in dermatology, completing an MSc in Medical Education and contributing to teaching medical students and junior doctors.

Dr. Hugh Lyford

Hugh Lyford, MD, FAAD is a board-certified Dermatologist and faculty physician at the Naval Medical Center San Diego in San Diego, California. He is an assistant professor of Dermatology at the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine.

Dr Hugh’s main areas of interest include pediatric dermatology, acne vulgaris and rosacea, as well as the use of lasers in procedural dermatology.