Think you’re sleeping alone? Joining you in bed are countless dust mites and bacteria, not to mention lots of your own dead skin. A dermatologist shares why washing your sheets regularly is so important.
Skin Care & Beauty
Xeomin vs. Botox, and What To Know About Both
Curious about the differences and similarities between Xeomin and Botox? While both have the same treatment goals, there are a couple differences worth taking note, depending on your preferences.
Here’s How Baby Botox Is Different From (and Similar To) Its Older Sibling
Wondering what’s the deal with Baby Botox? While it’s similar to regular Botox, there are some key differences to know before you decide if this aesthetic treatment is right for you.
Face Toners: The Skin Care Product Gets a Reboot
Are you using toner as part of your skin care routine? If not, consider adding newer versions that are water-based and contain skin-loving ingredients.
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Butt Acne: Causes, Treatment and Prevention
Most butt pimples aren’t actually acne. We talked to a dermatology specialist to learn more about the causes, treatment and prevention of acne-esque butt bumps.
Will Shaving Make Your Hair Grow Back Thicker?
You’ve probably heard that shaving your hair will make it grow back thicker and coarser. Fortunately, this is a myth, but it makes sense why this lore perpetuates. A dermatologist explains.
Never Put Ice on a Burn
You’ve just scalded your skin. You might be tempted to use ice on it to cool it down. But here’s why you shouldn’t and what to do instead.
How To Get Rid of ‘Turkey Neck’
Turkey neck might look good on a turkey, but maybe you don’t want one! A plastic surgeon explains why turkey neck develops and the many nonsurgical and surgical options available to improve or get rid of it.
Should You Use Coconut Oil on Your Skin?
You may have heard that coconut oil is a natural elixir for your skin. But while it’s known to have beneficial properties, it can also cause some side effects. An expert discusses coconut oil’s best uses (and what to avoid).
How Spironolactone Helps Hormonal Acne
Spironolactone has been used for decades to treat high blood pressure. But this prescription medication also works to clear up hormonal acne. Is it right for you?