Children's skin changes are common. Birthmarks (such as hemangiomas and port wine stains), atopic and contact dermatitis, acne, and alopecia areata are also common issues. The paediatric dermatology team uses some of the most cutting-edge laser technology to treat vascular birthmarks including port-wine stains and hemangiomas. To make these treatments more comfortable for youngsters, sedation or topical anaesthetics are employed. Dermatologists and paediatricians have become increasingly aware of the global burden and spectrum of paediatric skin diseases over the last decade. Pediatric dermatology has a legitimate place in postgraduate training and clinical practise due to the sheer number of different dermatological diseases ranging from childhood to adolescence, as well as the need to strike a delicate balance between the safety and efficacy of available treatment modalities, particularly in paediatric skin diseases.