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.
It can take at least four to six weeks—so patience is key!
Spoiler alert: You can’t. But here’s what you can do to help prevent flare-ups.
Adding hydrating ingredients to your skincare lineup will help, whether your flaky skin is caused by rosacea or something else.
Help to even out your skin tone with these effective treatments
Getting a proper diagnosis on the type of skin mark you may have is the first step toward treatment.
Acne scars won’t go away, but you can treat them to help minimize their appearance.
After a wound heals, hypertrophic scars can be left behind—the result of excess collagen deposition.
The best way to treat hyperpigmentation is to prevent it. The key: Be sun safe!
Preventing hyperpigmentation starts with knowing what can cause it. Spoiler alert: This includes the sun, hormones, and inflammation.
Banishing pimples on your forehead might be as simple as changing your hair products.
Rosacea isn’t curable, but early treatment can help prevent progression.
Rosacea is most common on your nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead, but it can also occur on your chest, ears, neck, and scalp.