We’re here to tell you what we know, but don’t take it as medical advice. Talk to your medical provider about your specific health concerns.
How to find our dermatologist-designed products at a Target near you.
It may or may not! But that doesn’t mean you should go carte blanche.
Spoiler: Those bumps on your scalp might not even be acne at all.
Their potential anti-inflammatory properties may help your acne. Here’s how.
These healthy foods may help slow the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
Maybe! Research is limited, so it might be best to stick to better-researched, tried and true topicals instead.
A diet rich in retinol—aka vitamin A—may boost your skin health.
This emollient is a popular ingredient in many skincare products.
These foods may help you control this chronic condition.
Prevention is key! Help keep your skin protected by wearing sunscreen and regularly moisturizing.
All about ashwagandha—this powerful herb may make acne breakouts worse!
Every wrinkle has a story—but if you prefer to keep it to yourself, here’s how to prevent wrinkles.
This medication effectively treats rosacea and perioral dermatitis—but it should only be used as directed.