This insight from board-certified dermatologists can help you take the best possible care of your skin, hair, and nails.
How you care for your skin can greatly affect your appearance. Here you’ll find the everyday care that dermatologists recommend.
Dermatologists often share skin care tips with patients. See what these doctors advise for anti-aging, preventing skin problems, and more.
If you have a minor skin injury or bug bite, how you treat it can affect healing. These dermatologists’ tips tell you what you need to do.
Dermatologists have a lot of experience treating this common symptom. If you’re itching for relief, try these home remedies.
Protecting your skin from the sun can reduce your risk of skin cancer, sunburn, and premature skin aging. Find out how to protect your skin.
Does your hair look damaged or out of control? Making some changes to the way you care for your hair or scalp may help
Safe and effective nail care can be simple. See what dermatologists recommend for keeping your nails looking their best.
Skin care on a budget
When building a skin care routine, it’s important to remember that products don’t need to be expensive to be effective. Adopting a simple, three-step approach that includes cleansing, moisturizing, and protecting your skin can help reduce skin care costs while keeping your skin healthy.
In addition to simplifying your approach, follow these tips from board-certified dermatologists to be skin and savings smart.
How to care for your skin during radiation therapy
Radiation therapy plays an important role in treating cancer. However, it can also produce some uncomfortable or even painful side effects on the skin, such as itchiness, redness, blistering, and peeling.
To take care of your skin during radiation therapy, follow these tips from board-certified dermatologists.
How to treat acne in skin of color
For people with skin of color, acne is often accompanied by dark spots or patches called hyperpigmentation. Fortunately, there are plenty of things people with skin of color can do at home to help clear their acne, as well as the dark spots that linger afterwards.
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