Skin care secrets
Anti-aging skin care
By taking some preventive actions, we can slow the effects premature aging has on our skin.
You can do something about the changes to your skin and hair that occur in menopause.
Dermatologists share their insider tips.
How you use your anti-aging skin care products affects your results. To help patients get the best results from these products, dermatologists offer these tips.
Board-certified dermatologist Ivy Lee, MD, FAAD, explains what ingredients to look for in anti-aging products.
While cosmetic treatments, such as botox and fillers, can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lifestyle changes may prevent wrinkles. Here’s what you can do.
For your face
Many things can turn our faces red, including sunburn, acne, and hot flashes. Here are 10 less obvious reasons for seeing a red face when you look in the mirror.
Board-certified dermatologist M. Laurin Council, MD, FAAD, explains if it's safe to get facials at a health spa.
When you look in the mirror, do you feel that your skin would look more attractive if you could shrink those large pores? There’s actually a lot you can do to make pores less noticeable.
For your skin care routine
A common, inexpensive product found in most people’s medicine cabinets, petroleum jelly, can have multiple skin care uses for the entire family.
These general skin care tips from dermatologists can benefit just about everyone.
To protect your skin and kill any harmful bacteria that lingers in your makeup brushes, it’s a good idea to wash your brushes every 7 to 10 days.
Have you tried treating dark spots on your own without getting the results you want? Darks spots and patches rank as one of the most common reasons that people with skin of color see a dermatologist.
If you choose to exfoliate, it’s important to do so safely so that it does not damage your skin. To safely exfoliate your skin at home, follow these tips from board-certified dermatologists.
These basic tips will help you apply self-tanner so you get even coverage and longer-lasting results.
Preventing skin problems
An itchy rash or sunburned skin can quickly sideline summer fun. You can help keep your days carefree and easygoing by learning how to prevent these summer skin problems.
While working out has many benefits, germs can thrive at the gym. To help prevent skin infections at the gym, follow these tips.
Athletes are at an increased risk of skin infections, which can have serious consequences. To help prevent infections, athletes, coaches, and athletic trainers can follow these tips from dermatologists.
Skin problems caused by gardening are common, but these tips from dermatologists can help you prevent many rashes, wounds, and other problems.