Is your dermatologist office too busy? Get some tips for getting in sooner and find out when it’s OK to see you primary care doctor instead.
Exercise might reduce your acne … or it might make it worse. Everyone’s skin is different. Taking care of your skin after a workout is key.
After a winter spent in sturdy snow boots and cozy house slippers, who knows what your bare feet even look like these days?! As sandal season approaches, a foot peel could be just what you need.
Your upper arms are covered with tiny bumps that make your skin feel like sandpaper. The good news? Keratosis pilaris can be managed with a few easy steps.
In a world of wacky wellness-related tips and tricks, this recent trend takes it back to basics: facial icing as a means of reducing puffiness. So does it work? An aesthetician explains why this old-fashioned skincare method is in the spotlight again, and what it can do for you.
At its most basic level, steaming your face requires only clean water and heat. With just these two ingredients — and some safety precautions — you can reap a lot of skin care benefits.
Find out the signs that your child’s rash could be caused by laundry detergent or eczema. And if so, how to soothe their discomfort fast.
Learn how to choose the best moisturizer for your dry skin, three ingredients every dry skin lotion should have and six steps for smooth, supple skin.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you might think about quitting smoking and wonder, “Why bother?” Here are three good reasons that may surprise you.
When you exfoliate, you whisk away dead skin cells that can dull your complexion. An expert gives these tips for beautiful, exfoliated skin.