Cystic acne is impossible to treat on your own. But with a dermatologist’s help, it’s possible to get it under control. Find out what cystic acne is and if it’s possible to treat it at home from a dermatologist.
The cardinal rule of acne is “Don’t pick,” but when you’re faced with a whitehead that seems to have its own zip code, sometimes all logic flies out the window. If you’ve broken the rules and taken matters into your own hands, a pimple patch may be able to help soothe your skin in a pinch.
Every time you touch an unwashed makeup brush to your face, you’re not just applying makeup. You’re also applying dirt, oil and old makeup. Learn how to clean your brushes properly to avoid irritation.
Have you been seeing more breakouts since you started wearing your mask? You’re not alone. Find out what causes maskne and how you can help prevent it.
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Does it seem like your acne always gets worse in the summer? You’re not alone. Get some helpful summer acne breakout tips from a dermatologist.
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.
Blue light therapy can help clear acne and treat sun damage and some kinds of skin cancer. A dermatologist explains how it works and who can benefit from feeling blue.
Our expert explores the suggested connection between the thyroid and acne, sorting fact from fiction.
Want healthy skin? Our expert helps recommend what to change in your diet if you deal with skin irritations, breakouts or other concerns.
Why do some people experience acne breakouts long after their teen years, and what sort of treatments will help? Get The Short Answer from dermatologist Christine Poblete-Lopez, MD.