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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.

Dermatologists want you to be safe while you're out enjoying the surf, sand, and sun—so remember these essentials when you're packing your bag.

A dermatologist explains how to deal with keratosis pilaris.

Acne in itself is nothing to be desired, but we think we can all agree that acne scars make the entire process even worse.

While sweat glands are responsible for underarm wetness, they also play an important role in how well our skin heals from cuts.

A recent study says skim milk can make acne worse, but are there other factors at play?

A new study finds tattoo artists are more than just tattoo artists when it comes to skin health

Heal your wounds in a whole new way. Don't worry, you won't have to fly over the Cuckoo's Nest for it.

It's called hyperhidrosis—and you're not the only one who has it.

Mosquito and tick bites are major worries this summer. Here's what you need to know to prevent and treat them.

One journalist from the Atlantic stopped showering for one month just to see what would happen—and everything was surprisingly fine.

This feminine and romantic braid will look amazing paired with your favorite summer dress (or, you know, leggings). It might take a little bit of practice, but we promise it's totally worth it.

The fitness guru has helped people transform their bodies with his program P90X. Now he wants to help transform your skin and hair with his new line of post-workout products.

You already know smoking is bad for your skin, but these experts are here to tell you that e-cigarettes are no different. They may be affecting your skin more than you think.

Shaving. Waxing. Lasers. There are a lot of different options available for hair removal, but how can you get smooth legs, underarms, and bikini lines without wreaking havoc on your skin?


And what to do if you can't.

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

The great debate: To use chemical or natural sunscreen? Which one's better? Is there really even a difference?