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.
The best way to make a zit go away fast is to apply a dab of benzoyl peroxide. If you don’t have any handy, here’s what else you can do (and what you shouldn’t do).
Treatments are available to help reduce skin crepiness and prevent further damage as you age. Your dermatologist can help you explore the best options for your skin.
If you have small white bumps on your skin, leave them be! Our dermatologist explains how to treat milia.
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When temperatures rise, your body perspires more and that includes your feet. Find out how to keep your feet healthy and odor free.
Makeup with SPF can protect your face from sun damage, but is it enough — or do you need sunscreen too? Learn how to make sure your face (and the rest of you) is fully protected.
In our obsession and quest to embrace self-care, face masks have emerged as a front runner. But are these beauty indulgences overpromising the dramatic skin results they claim? Learn what a dermatologist has to say about this trend.
A recent study reveals some chemicals found in sunscreen can be absorbed into the bloodstream. But before you ban all sunscreen use (which is dangerous), follow the advice of this dermatologist.
The sound of ringworm is enough to make your skin crawl, but it’s not as creepy (or crawly) as it sounds. Learn how to treat and prevent this common fungal infection.
So what is the difference between day and night creams? And what ingredients should you look for? Find out from a dermatologist.