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.
Next time you’re sipping margaritas on the patio, be extra careful when squeezing that fresh lime into your drink. The parts of your skin that have been exposed to both the fruit and the sun may be susceptible to phytophotodermatitis, a form of extreme sunburn.
There are a variety of health claims about dry brushing. But what’s the truth about the benefits of dry brushing?
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Understand what’s in black henna ink and why the FDA warns some people can get a serious allergic reaction.
Most of the time, common skin flaws like skin tags are nothing more than unsightly and annoying, but occasionally there can be more to a skin tag or skin cyst. It’s important to know when to have a doctor take a look.
Your skin and hair may look different after menopause. Here’s what you might see and how to deal with it.
Our expert advises how you can avoid uncomfortable chafing for one of your most sensitive areas – your nipples – as a result of running
It’s tough to throw out makeup that looks and smells fine. But here’s why you should. And when to do so.
While interest in makeup begins at a young age and tends to rise in middle school when kids engage in character-play and emulate older children and adults, parents may wonder what age is appropriate to allow their kids to wear makeup. Parents may also wonder how to keep kids safe and healthy once they do decide to allow it.