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.
You might know that vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, but here’s how it may help acne-prone skin.
Hyperpigmentation (aka dark spots) is painless and usually harmless, but there are ways to help reduce its appearance.
Have pitted scars? Here’s how to address them.
Age spots are a beautiful mark of time passed—but there are ways to help reduce their appearance, should you wish.
Topical creams with ingredients like hydroquinone can reduce the appearance of sunspots and other types of hyperpigmentation—but some require a prescription.
Treatments that work for facial redness may also work for rosacea! Here’s what you need to know.
This antibiotic is not suitable for everyone.
Red spots are a common skin concern, but the good news is that they can be treatable.
Not only is it a popular spice in many cuisines around the world—it may also help manage rosacea flare-ups.
The products you use (and how you use them) make a big difference—we’ll show you why!
Don’t worry—rosacea rarely causes scarring. But here’s what else you should expect.
Just because you have rosacea on your nose doesn’t mean you’re dealing with this condition.