Answer by Emily Altman, board-certified dermatologist and dermatopathologist, specializing in general dermatology, cosmetic
Everyone can use a little moisturizing, and it's important to moisturize yourself starting inside and out.
For your hands and feet... 2. CeraVe Facial Moisturizing Lotion. This drugstore brand moisturizer is another way to achieve
Oily: “Look for lotions instead of creams,” advises Dr. Lain. Find formulas that have exfoliating ingredients, such as lactic
I've been drowning myself these days by drinking tons of water to help keep my skin hydrated, but it just isn't enough. I
'Tis the season to be gentle! Now is not the time for antibacterial soaps or harsh deodorants that strip away natural moisturizers
Let's face it: winter can wreak havoc on our skin, leaving it dry, chapped and looking dull. That's why Dr. Doris Day is here to share the seven ways to keep yours soft and smooth from head to toe this season!
Summer is here and for some, that means finding a new skin care routine -- something lighter in weight that will also be compatible with the different temperatures experienced in the summer.
It was a rarity in the drugstore world because it was oil-free. It smelled good and it blended in pretty quickly. I was also
Soaps are alkaline and can irritate the acid mantle of the skin. The acid mantle, as stated before is a very fine, slightly