Crepey skin on the upper arms can be a side effect that comes with age, especially for women. Read about non-surgical, surgical and OTC products that can help, as well as diet and exercise.
There’s a huge difference between a Board Certified Dermatologist and other claimed “experts” all over social media. Learn the dangers of seeing a non-expert and how to find a real one.
There’s a lot of buzz these days about the claimed healing benefits of coconut oil. But what about putting coconut oil on your face? Read what experts have to say.
Crepey skin on the legs is a common side effect that comes with age, especially for women. Read about numerous methods and products that are claimed to address this condition.
Beauty products containing CBD, also known as cannabidiol, are claimed to help with acne, psoriasis, and eczema. Learn more about what’s been called the new “super beauty ingredient.”
A non-medical treatment, cryotherapy involves the use of super-cold temperatures that can potentially diminish pain, rejuvenate the skin, and improve mood. Experts discuss the possible benefits.
Dermaplaning, a facial treatment that involves a surgical scalpel, promises to help you achieve brighter, smoother skin. Experts discuss how it works, ideal candidates, costs, and how to make results last.
Having a strong sense of purpose, socialization, regular exercise and a healthy diet are among the habits of people who age well. Read more about older adults who are thriving.
A HydraFacial involves the use of sophisticated equipment that can greatly improve the skin. Learn more about this treatment to determine if a HydraFacial is right for you.
Are you considering taking skincare supplements? Before you spend money, read what experts have to say about effective ingredients, whether or not they work – and avoiding the hype.
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