Taking good care of your skin has many benefits. Good skin care can reduce your risk of developing early signs of skin aging and skin cancer. The right skin care routine can decrease redness, lead to fewer breakouts, and give you healthier-looking skin.
To help you get trustworthy, accurate information that you can use, the AAD has created several public awareness campaigns. Learn what you can do to prevent skin cancer, and see healthier-looking skin, hair, and nails.
As you head outdoors for warmer weather and fresh air, the AAD encourages you to #PracticeSafeSun. Follow these tips to protect your skin from the sun's harmful UV rays and reduce your risk of developing skin cancer.
If you have eczema, take time to learn more about it during Eczema Awareness Month. What you learn could lead to fewer flare-ups or better results from treatment.
Your skin is your body's largest organ, so it's important to take good care of it. Follow these tips to develop a skin care routine that helps your skin look and feel its best.
Skin care tips dermatologists use
Do you ever wonder what skin care tips dermatologists use themselves to maintain healthy skin?
Board-certified dermatologists offer seven skin care tips they recommend to all of their patients in this video.
How to treat dry skin: Tips for relief
Dry skin can flake, itch, crack, and even bleed. To help relieve dry skin, dermatologists offer these tips.
How to control oily skin
There are many reasons for oily skin, including stress, humidity, genetics, and fluctuating hormones. To help reduce the oil, follow these do's and don'ts from dermatologists.
Get the most from your skin care products
Using too many products may irritate the skin, especially if you are using more than one anti-aging product. This often makes the signs of aging more noticeable. The sequence in which you apply your skin care products affects how well the products work. Dermatologists recommend that you apply products in the following way.
How to care for your skin during menopause
Menopause, which officially begins one year after a woman’s last period, can bring with it some noticeable changes to the skin and hair. However, with the right care, you can lessen these effects.
To care for your skin during menopause, follow these tips from board-certified dermatologists.
Face washing 101
How you wash your face can make a difference in your appearance. Follow these tips from dermatologists to help you keep your face looking healthy.
5 ways to use petroleum jelly for skin care
The skin is the body’s largest organ, so it’s important to take good care of it. However, doing so doesn’t necessarily mean breaking the bank. In fact, petroleum jelly, a common, inexpensive product found in most people’s medicine cabinets, can have multiple skin care uses for the entire family.
Skin cancer prevention
Follow these tips to protect your skin from the damaging effects of sun exposure and reduce your risk of skin cancer.