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This in-office treatment may help with persistent acne.
Good news! Glycerin can be great for all skin types.
Perhaps—it all depends on what’s in your products.
Getting enough beauty sleep may be essential for your skin’s health.
Treatment for endometriosis—not the condition itself—may contribute to acne.
Yes! But it’s important to take it slow at first.
This antifungal medicine can tackle a number of skin concerns.
What experts have to say about Rhode Skin, a popular new celebrity skincare line.
This post-breakout condition might be just as frustrating as the breakout itself. Luckily, you can help prevent it from developing.
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.