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.
Winter can leave your skin parched, flaky and dull. But if you take care to keep a daily regimen of gentle cleansing and regular moisturizing, you can combat the effects of cold weather, dermatologists say. Learn more.
Is your dermatologist office too busy? Get some tips for getting in sooner and find out when it’s OK to see you primary care doctor instead.
Few aspects of colder weather months can be as irritating as dry winter air. From fly-away hair to scaly skin, the cold winter air can wreak havoc on your body’s appearance. But did you know that dry winter air also can make you vulnerable to illness?
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If drooping skin or laugh lines that just won’t quit have you considering a facelift, ask these key questions before making your choice.
Oh, nothing feels better than a long, hot shower on a cold winter morning. However, the hot water can strip away your skin’s natural oils — leaving your skin dry and itchy. There are some simple ways you can safeguard your skin. Learn more.
Taking oral antibiotics long-term isn’t just dangerous, it’s not an effective way to treat acne. Instead, a Cleveland Clinic dermatologist recommends finding the right combination of topical treatments.
Can some foods make your skin look firmer, clearer and younger? Registered dietitian Laura Jeffers talks about healthy choices for you that are also healthy for your skin.
Mascara and eyeliner can enhance your eyes, but there are dangers you should know about. Get 7 tips on how to keep your eyes healthy when you use makeup.
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.