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.
Our skincare survey reveals some common misconceptions
The right facial should benefit your skin, in addition to helping you feel relaxed.
It all comes down to what works best for you and the type of acne you’re treating.
Our complete guide to acne vulgaris.
Can avoiding “bad” foods really help acne?
Trying to get rid of pimples fast? Check out these easy remedies.
Whether your skin is acne-prone or not, it’s important to use non-comedogenic makeup products.
All you need to know about shoulder acne – reasons behind it, types of acne, treatment and prevention.
In short, you can generally treat it just like you’d treat face acne—but it can have some differing factors.
The peanuts aren’t to blame. But all that added sugar may be.
Celery juice is hydrating and nourishing, but when it comes to reducing acne, more research is needed.
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.