Correctly applying sunblock can go a long way toward helping prevent skin damage caused by the sun's harmful rays.
It is not so much when you exercise that affects sleep but perhaps how consistent you are with your wake time and your sleep time as well as with what you eat and when, an expert says.
An imbalance of bacteria may lead to annoying issues like eczema and acne. Here's how to fix it.
If your skin has a tendency breakout come summer, you’re not alone. The combination of triple-digit temperatures and outdoor activities makes the perfect breeding ground for a blemish or two. “People tend to break out in the summertime because the hot, humid weather means more sweating and oil accumulation on the skin. Ultimately, this means more food to feed acne and block pores,” says Joshua Zeichner, MD, of Zeichner Dermatology. So as not to let warm-weather acne wreak havoc on our faces, we asked a few dermatologists how to prevent summer breakouts from happening.
Since the weather, specifically hot weather, greatly affects our skin, Charlene DeHaven, MD, and clinical director of iS Clinical skincare says it’s important to plan seasonal skincare routines. So, just what should we be doing differently in the summer than in the winter? According to dermatologists, we should change up our cleansing routine, wash our hair more frequently, and retire our toner. For more dermatologist-recommended ways in which to ward off summer breakouts, keep on reading.
Researchers are trying to mimic the way the body uses nanoparticles to produce protection for the skin against the sun.
Excessive sebum production can lead to oily skin that appears greasy and shiny, which contributes to the development of acne on the face. Acne patients with oily skin may be deterred from using moisturizers out of fear that their condition will worsen, yet therapeutic moisturizers have been shown to maintain hydration and overall integrity of the stratum corneum.
Turns out nail-bitinh can b a sign of emotional imbalance, according to study review in the Ameican Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics.
It seems like such a straightforward question. How high an SPF do you actually need when it comes to sunscreen? But the answer is more complicated than you might expect.
Scientists are trying to figure out exactly how sunscreen works in an attempt to create a lotion that is stronger and lasts longer.
Dry skin is so much more than a nuisance. It can lead to major skin problems like eczema, and it leaves your skin feeling flaky and irritated. No matter how much lotion you seem to put on, it takes forever to finally become soft again.
Tips to get the most out of your antiaging products.
Jessica Alba doesn't just wake up with that glow; Lorde had help picking out her iconic dark lipstick; Nicole Richie didn't dye her hair purple at home. Here, the insiders' insiders share the secrets that made them the best in the beauty business.