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Also known as KP, those bumps can get worse in the winter. Experts share the products you can use now.
Made with fermented soybeans, this skin care ingredient is up to five times more moisturizing than other products.
From heated mattress pads to moisturizers and humidifiers, these items will help you transition to fall and winter.
These skin care and beauty products do a whole lot more than slap on a "clean" label.
I may or may not have lost my voice from raving about all of these star-studded products.
NYX's Epic Ink Liner, Colourpop's Ultra Matte Lip and more amazing dupes for pricey beauty goods.
Find out more about what causes thinning eyebrows, and learn what you can do about it.
Hair oils, lip scrubs and more affordable beauty goods you'll want to use on repeat.
Face oils, brow tint and more beauty goods that reviewers over 50 adore for their routines.
"One, two, three, four, five..." —the memorable lyrics of "Mambo No. 5" and how many times you'll likely double back to buy these items.
Go bold with these bright, highly pigmented shades from mainstream and independent nail polish brands.
These makeup, skin care and hair care brands deserve your support today and every day.
Brands like The Ordinary and Dr. Barbara Sturm sell similar products at radically different prices. Dermatologists weigh in with their recommendations.
How to get more out of your lotions and potions.
Dermatologists suggest their favorite products from brands like The Ordinary, CeraVe, Skinceuticals and more.
Try these J-beauty, T-beauty and F-beauty products from Japan, Taiwan and the Philippines.
Charcoal masks, CBD skin care and jade rollers are among the overhyped products these experts think are a waste of money.
We talked to influencers to find out what their beauty cabinets say about their own sense of vanity.
Barbara Close, herbalist and founder of Naturopathica, believes in the healing capacity of plants, but also recognizes when chemistry can enhance what nature has to offer.
We went straight to the source to find out what products new moms would actually use.