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Skin Care

Pamper the skin you have or get the skin you want. We've got the expert advice and head-to-toe skin-care products to help.

Ninety percent of skin cancers develop because of UV light exposure. One gene may determine how susceptible you are.

Acne comes from the dance between hormones, oil, skin bacteria, and the inflammation that follows. But there are other sources of irritation that serve as a primer for those pesky pimples.

If you haven't heard of Aritaum yet, you're not alone.

Clearing up confusion about which SPF to use, and how to use it.

The signs your sunburn is actually sun poisoning, plus how to treat it.

As we slowly unravel from winter's cocoon, it's time for a head-to-toe spring skin cleanup.

Coconut oil pretty much makes everything better—especially frizzy hair. With summer around the corner, it's a good idea to start incorporating this miracle oil into your daily style routine.

Dr. Hadley King, a board certified dermatologist at SKINNEY Medspa, answered our most pressing anti-aging questions for 20-somethings, so read on and find out what you should be doing now.

A new study examines hormones' effects on skin pigmentation, and what can mean for skin issues like melasma.

While deep tissue massage is a great therapeutic technique designed to soothe sore muscles, it's not the only player in the game.

You're about to find your new go-to natural moisturizer, perfume or makeup. #ecochic

Whether from major surgery or a minor scrape, scars can happen whenever there is trauma to the skin.

Your lotion practices might not be helping your case. Dermatologist Mona Gohara explains what can be causing those scales on your skin.

No matter your political leanings, no one supports an orange sunless tan—but avoiding dangerous UV rays is a non-partisan issue that stands (almost) argument-free.

Your guide to common sunscreen problems and how to correct them, straight from a dermatologist.

Dermatologist Mona Gohara explains the alphabet behind glowing skin.

The most visible signs of aging come from unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, but we can't blame everything on the sun. Here are the other sources of wrinkles and age spots.