In addition to feeling great, facials have huge benefits for your skin. An aesthetician explains the basics of facials, plus some of the add-on treatments that are sometimes offered along with them.
Skin care doesn’t have to be complicated. But with so many different facial acids on the market, how are you supposed to know what you really need? A dermatologist shares advice.
Simple is best for your anti-aging skin care routine. Take it slow and give your products time to work. Try these ingredients for maximum effect.
Are you using toner as part of your skin care routine? If not, consider adding newer versions that are water-based and contain skin-loving ingredients.
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Turkey neck might look good on a turkey, but maybe you don’t want one! A plastic surgeon explains why turkey neck develops and the many nonsurgical and surgical options available to improve or get rid of it.
Some social media skin care gurus claim that rubbing a banana peel on your face can do wonders for your skin. But can it really be that simple? A dermatologist weighs in on whether there’s any real benefit from this DIY skin care hack.
Ingredients in today’s skin care products are wide and varied. But understanding them can help you hone a skin care routine that’s just right for you.
Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules. Left unchecked, they can cause premature aging and chronic disease. Fight free radicals with antioxidants.
Facial cosmetic injections, including dermal fillers and Botox®, are popular plastic surgery options today. If you want fewer lines and wrinkles, but don’t want surgery, they may be right for you.
If you’re bothered by drooping eyelids and sagging skin around your eyes, injections or restorative surgical options could help them look more youthful. Learn more here.