Over-the-counter acne treatments can help keep your skin clear and blemish-free. But some lotions and gels could produce dangerous reactions that may, in rare circumstances, be life-threatening.
Lip balm may feel soothing on chapped lips, but it can become the basis for a bad habit -- and some kinds can make your dry lips even drier.
We all know that we should put on sunscreen every time we are out in the summer sun. But there are some important parts of the body we often miss.
What could be living in your loofah? If you don’t regularly dry, clean and replace your loofah, bacteria will take over -- and cause infections if given the opportunity.
We’ve all heard the folksy wisdom about acne prevention and treatment — like the myth that toothpaste or Listerine can dry up a zit. We put that statement and others to the test.
Duct tape and sandpaper can cure warts on their own or when combined with over-the-counter salicylic acid. However, if at-home treatment doesn’t work after a few months, see your doctor.
If your tattoo no longer reflects the real you, how easy is it to get rid of it? Get expert advice on cleaning up your body art.
Trouble with teen acne? These four tips may help clear things up and if the trouble persists, a dermatologist can help.
A young woman recalls her life-and-death battle with skin cancer.