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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.

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.

If you think you're obsessed with skincare and the ultimate pursuer of ultra-perfect baby skin, you haven't met the Korean beauty market.

Dark circles can appear suddenly due to age, fatigue, or allergies. Here are some natural techniques for removing dark circles and making your racoon eyes radiant again.

Heather Wilson, director of Brand Development at InstaNatural and certified skin esthetician, shared five of her favorite ingredients for spring beauty routines, including caffeine, retinol, and vitam

You're not getting as much D as you think you are, says new research

Think you're ready to shed your wintery layers? Let this knowledge rub off.

Without a multi-million dollar entertainment contract, the flawless complexions of our favorite celebs may seem out of reach.

According to a new study from Dove of over 1,000 women between the ages of 18 and 54, moisturizing can do a lot of good—for both your body and mind.

Is pH important for maintaining the perfect skin? Dermatologist Mona Gohara explains.

Workout skin problems

The skin is your largest organ, so of course it takes a hit every time you work out. Here are the most common issues, and the best ways to keep your skin clear.

Trendy ultra-matte liquid lipsticks and sharp-lined pouts don't have a chance if you've got dry, chapped, flaking lips. Don't worry that you're alone—we're all struggling.

Microbeads have been the exfoliator of choice for women everywhere … until now.

'Tis the season for beautiful skin. These luxe, splurge-worthy skin care products give you more bang for your buck because they actually work—no, seriously.

As consumers become more conscious of ingredient lists and environmental impact, they're increasingly turning toward natural products—even within chemical-heavy beauty aisles.

Would you go to a gym that gave people cancer? It's more common than you think.