Does liquid chlorophyll have benefits for skin? Our skin expert tells all.
The truth about men’s skin vs. women’s skin.
Can you use bug spray on acne-prone skin? Here’s what the experts have to say.
Can too much screen time cause skin damage? This is what we know.
The truth about how long it takes for acne to go away
The facts about fixing your damaged skin barrier
What to do if you have a flaky, peely rash on your face.
The science behind skincare you can swallow.
Deep-set or brand new, here’s what to do for fading dark marks.
What to keep doing for your skin once your acne clears up.
What causes these tiny bumps, and how can you treat them?
What you should know about this acne medication, including the potential side effects.
How (and why) to dry brush, according to science.
Is a butt bump a pimple? The answer, according to science.
Should you exfoliate with this alpha hydroxy acid?
Is it safe to use salicylic acid every day? Here’s what we know.
How important is makeup remover in your PM routine?
How “worry lines” got their name
The science of hydrocolloid bandages, explained.
How to treat acne, from head to toe
The truth about anti-aging food
The real cause of your dry nose — and what to do about it.
Tips for dark circles, under-eye bags, and brightening things up.
Genius skincare storage idea, or waste of space?
Tips for oily skin from a Curology medical provider.
What to do when just “dry” or “oily” doesn’t fit the bill.
What really happens when a pimple gets popped.
Spoiler alert: don’t pop!
The causes of chest acne and treatment options
Red, itchy skin can happen with prescription skincare — here’s what you can do
The causes of acne on your jawline, neck, and chin
How to reap the benefits of topical vitamin C for the skin
Boxcar, ice pick, and rolling scars — can they be healed?
How to avoid rashes and other side effects
The real reason you get acne flares when you’re sick.
What’s the difference between these retinoids?
The real benefits of charcoal, according to medicine.
How to make your skin glow, according to science
What your skin can reveal about your health
Some anti-acne products may make it worse, but don’t worry: it gets better.
An expert explains how to reduce redness in skin
How to heal a popped pimple and help prevent acne scars
Purging: when your skin gets worse before it gets better
Q: “I started using retinol and my face is peeling off??”