Experienced medical professionals weigh in on some of the most popular TikTok trends, debunking the bad ones and giving you the green light to try the safe ones.
A melasma mustache, or sun mustache, is hard to treat at home. Learn what causes them and how to avoid a melasma mustache with these helpful tips from a dermatologist.
Caffeine has become a popular ingredient in skin care products ranging from under-eye serums to face masks to anti-cellulite creams and beyond. While marketing claims it can “wake up” your skin, here’s what that really means and whether it actually works.
In a world of wacky wellness-related tips and tricks, this recent trend takes it back to basics: facial icing as a means of reducing puffiness. So does it work? An aesthetician explains why this old-fashioned skincare method is in the spotlight again, and what it can do for you.
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While many of us have an established skin care routine, we tend to neglect our neck. Many of the same products can be used for both, especially sunscreen. You should apply it every day, even if you are inside, since the ultraviolet light and blue light from your screens can damage the skin.
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.
Wondering if it’s normal to have stretch marks on your breasts? You’re not alone. Dermatologists say they’re a part of growing up and often fade with time. Here’s the what, why and how of stretch marks on your breasts.
While melanin can protect from the sun’s harmful rays, people of color still need to wear sunscreen to stay safe. Learn why and get some other helpful summer skin care tips from a dermatologist.