Your skin concerns, explained, from fungal and hormonal acne to dark spots and rosacea.
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.
Vitamins B, C, and D are just some nutrients that may provide anti-aging benefits for your skin.
Yes! But it’s important to take it slow at first.
Curology experts explain the reasons behind spider veins and ways to treat them.
This post-breakout condition might be just as frustrating as the breakout itself. Luckily, you can help prevent it from developing.
If your skin’s oily and dry, these cleansers may be an ideal choice for you.
Seborrheic dermatitis is a more severe form of dandruff—here’s how to tell the difference between the two.
Surprise: Petroleum jelly may help seal in moisture.
In short, you can generally treat it just like you’d treat face acne—but it can have some differing factors.
Breaking out? One of these ingredients may be the culprit.
Swap that soda for water—and chances are likely your skin will thank you.
Spoiler alert: You may need to scrub them more often than you think.
Exfoliate, treat, rest, rest, repeat. This regimen is buzzy—but does it work?