Every time you touch an unwashed brush to your face, you’re not just applying makeup. You’re also applying dirt, oil and old makeup.
Many conditions can cause an itchy scalp, from dandruff to ringworm or something more serious like a bacterial infection or autoimmune condition. Learn about five common problems and fixes.
Spring is a popular time for many of us to head south on a warm-weather vacation. If you’ve ever thought about getting a head start on your summer tan during a spring trip, know that it comes with a price.
If you’re trying to avoid mosquito bites, there are four simple ways to do it: Cover up, use insect repellent, stay indoors and eliminate places where the bug can breed.
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Psoriatic arthritis affects the entire body, but until recently doctors didn’t know much about how it develops. Find out how recent research supports early diagnosis and better treatment.
Your doctor has told you that those brown spots that appeared suddenly on your skin are nothing to worry about – they are simply age spots. That’s great news. But if you don’t like how they look, here’s expert advice on how you get rid of them and avoid getting more.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition causing persistent redness of the facial skin. Learn about risk factors, triggers and treatments.
Picture this: You’re in the shower (where you may or may not be singing “Bad Blood”) when you see several strands of hair floating alongside your feet. Is this it? Are you going bald?
Think you know what sunscreen is and what it’s supposed to do? If you’re like most people, you probably don’t. A new study finds the majority of consumers don’t completely understand the information on a sunscreen label. Northwestern University researchers surveyed 114 patients at a dermatology clinic to determine what they knew and understood about sunscreen. Researchers gave the patients … Read More
Let’s be clear right from the start. No matter what color your skin is, if you’re exposed to the sun, there’s a possibility that you can get skin cancer. “Darker skin tends to have more of a pigment called melanin to protect from the sun’s harmful rays,” says dermatologist Angela Kyei, MD. “That doesn’t mean … Read More