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Good news: Proper nutrition may play a key role in helping avoid hormonal acne.
Sunscreen may be your best defense to help prevent the spread of vitiligo.
Celery juice is hydrating and nourishing, but when it comes to reducing acne, more research is needed.
The peanuts aren’t to blame. But all that added sugar may be.
A balanced diet rich in vitamins, essential fatty acids, fruits, and veggies is a great start!
This broad-spectrum antimicrobial may reduce the occurrence of breakouts.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that contributes to skin health—here’s how.
Studies show topical vitamin A treats and helps prevent breakouts. Here’s how to incorporate it into your routine.
Here’s how this powerful retinoid can smooth wrinkles and brighten your complexion.
The research is limited—but some evidence points in favor of using this plant for its potential skin benefits.
Spirulina—a dietary supplement that’s derived from algae—may have some skincare benefits.
Goji berries don’t just make for a delicious smoothie bowl topping. They may also deliver impressive skincare results.