dermatology

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Dermatologists suggest their favorite products from brands like The Ordinary, CeraVe, Skinceuticals and more.
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When it comes to vitamin C serums, looking at an ingredients list doesn't tell you the whole story. What you're paying for is a level of trust.
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You can't save collagen for later in life, but some doctors think that certain procedures done in your younger years can help boost collagen levels later.
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There is a belief that Black skin's melanin provides natural protection from the sun's UV rays. It doesn't.
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Neutrogena's recent recall of its light therapy mask is scary, but there are things you can do to ensure your safety.
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People online swear by pimple patches for healing acne breakouts, so we asked dermatologists if they actually work.
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This alternative medicine treatment is said to help with anti-aging and even acne. Acupuncturists and dermatologists weigh in.
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Also: what you're dealing with might not be dark circles at all.
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The viral sensation talks skin, stardom and satisfaction.
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We spoke to dermatologists to get some answers about what makes for an effective moisturizer.
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From Skinceuticals to Mad Hippie, the best Vitamin C serums for dark spots, acne scars and more.
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You may not like what dermatologists have to say about your flavored lip balm.
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We spoke with dermatologists to get some answers.
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We talked to dermatologists to find out whether facial sprays provide any skin benefits.
Wellness
Here's when you should and shouldn't scrub down.
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It’s said to be great for clearing the skin, evening out skin tone and anti-aging, but does it work?
Wellness
Spoiler: It comes out in your poop.
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The next big fashion and beauty trend, or just another gimmick?
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There are lasers, lotions and thingamabobs aplenty. But do any of them work?
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We spoke to dermatologists for the technical side of things, and members of the trans community for some more personal insight.