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.
You swore the sunscreen was in your bag. It wasn’t. What now? A dermatologist explains how to soothe that sunburn and offers tips for preventing it next time.
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.
Your under-eye bags are a constant companion. Learn what you can do at home and in the clinic to reduce eye bags.
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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?