dermatologist

The over-the-counter products that doctors recommend, and the signs you may need to see a professional.
Here's what to order now so you'll be itch-free all summer.
Remove dead skin and brighten your complexion with products from Dr. Dennis Gross, Sunday Riley and more.
You don’t need to search high and low for the best skin care products.
Your skin will love these nourishing face creams and moisturizers, from drugstore staples to products from Sephora and Dermstore.
Improve visible signs of skin aging — including fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation — with these retinol creams from Amazon, Sephora and more.
It's exclusive, more expensive and claims to be "better" than regular skin care — but, while it can be great, it's not a regulated term.
You already know No. 1, but will you actually do it this year?
Because it contains curcumin, dermatologists say this ingredient can improve a variety of skin conditions. But there's a catch.
Medical experts explain why they form, how to prevent them and how to lessen the appearance of the ones you already have.