Over-the-counter self-tattoo kits are becoming popular, but health experts say it’s incredibly risky, especially for teenagers and children.
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.
Your upper arms are covered with tiny bumps — what gives? Let us introduce you to keratosis pilaris or KP. But there’s double good news: It’s harmless AND treatable.
Who doesn’t enjoy having freshly colored hair that looks shiny and makes you feel younger? Millions of us dye our hair. Learn what you can do to avoid the harshness of hair dye.
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Thanks to bath bombs — available in every hue and scent — your kiddo (OK, you too) wants to spend every waking moment in the tub. But are bath bombs safe for your skin?
Are you washing your bras enough? Not even sure how often that should be? Dermatologist Alok Vij, MD, explains exactly what constitutes a “wear” of a bra — and how to balance proper care of the fabric with the removal of skin debris, oils and sweat.
Discover why, after just a few minutes in wet conditions, the palms of your hands, the soles of your feet and, in particular, your fingertips, transform from smooth to wrinkly.