Keratosis pilaris, a common condition that causes small bumps on the skin, is generally considered a harmless skin issue. Clearly that method didn't work because here I am years later typing this out with cluster of KP still hanging out on the back of my arms. Luckily, I've finally found a cocktail that helps minimize the appearance of the bumps: True Botanicals' Resurfacing Body Mask.
Half the things you're told are "safe for sensitive skin" aren't at all, and the more you touch your skin or load it up with products, the worse it gets — because if there's one thing reactive skin doesn't like, it's being bothered. "Quite simply, when the skin is thinner, to the point of being almost translucent, any flushing or dilated blood vessels are just so much more visible, hence the redness," explains dermatologist Justine Kluk. "If you google it, you're going to get graphic photos of people with extreme redness, rough and broken skin, that sort of thing — but there are much subtler, less pervasive forms of rosacea, and it's possible to have it without any textural changes to the skin." Rosacea can affect any part of the face, and it's a relapsing condition, which means you can go through extended periods of not being bothered by it before it strikes again.
A woman says her daughter had a terrible reaction to a "bad batch" of Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes, and her post has gone viral. Neutrogena released a response through its parent company, Johnson & Johnson.
Update: May 6, 2018It's official: Hawaii has banned all chemical sunscreens deemed dangerous to the coral reef. On May 1, Hawaii became the first state to pass a bill prohibiting the distribution of sunscreens containing the chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate due to their harmful effects on both the coral reef and other marine life, the New York Times reports. With an estimated 14,000 tons of sunscreen deposited into the ocean every year, scientists believe this ban is vital to saving the already-damaged ...
The actress didn't let her struggle with cystic acne stop her from showing off an all-natural look — and a new hair color.
"Being in this industry for so many years, you build a character and can kind of hide behind that shield," said Paris Hilton.
Ask any beauty expert out there and they’ll tell you nobody—and we mean nobody—is as skin care savvy as those in the K-beauty industry. Knowing this, we tend to perk up anytime we hear of new innovations coming from Korea. The latest to catch our eye? IOPE, a K-beauty brand that’s based on advanced plant science to create beautiful and youthful-looking skin after every use. You May Also Like: 6 Aestheticians on What Happens When We Don't Wash Our Faces at ...
Interventions might make for good TV, but anyone sitting on the brown sofa on the other side of the screen can tell you: It's not easy convincing someone to do something they don't want to do, especially when it comes to changing a habit. Not only does she give approximately zero fucks about skin care, she also only owns two products in total: a cleanser and a moisturizer. For starters, and by request of my natural-leaning girlfriend, it doesn't have any parabens, sulfates, or artificial fragrances, and instead contains plant-based ingredients like aloe vera, lavender oil, and vitamin E.
"Castor oil has been shown to improve circulation, which helps hair growth," Ron Robinson, cosmetic chemist and CEO of BeautyStat, tells us. Jamaicans have sworn by it for years as well, often considering it an "all-purpose healer" according to Lois Hines, founder and CEO of Tropic Isle Living. "The oil is anti-fungal and antibacterial.
One writer explains why she felt insecure about her (very small) birthmark, and how social media encouraged her to embrace it instead.
We have the knowledge and the sunscreen — so much sunscreen — to eradicate skin cancer. That’s what makes this fact especially disconcerting: Melanoma is on the rise.
There are a few versions of an ancient Laotian legend about the origins of Centella asiatica out there, but this is our basic understanding: A young man, in love with the beautiful daughter of a wealthy landowner, has been slashed in the stomach by the girl's father, who deems him an unworthy suitor. Probably, but according to dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD, the antioxidant-rich herb does work wonders (within reason) on burns, psoriasis, dermatitis, and generally itchy/dry/red/irritated/sensitive/blah skin, thanks to its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and highly moisturizing properties.
There's the idea that blackheads are stuck in your skin — and if you remove them, there's a sense of gratification and relief that they're gone.
While jelly has already had a moment in makeup, it's sudden splash into the world of skin care feels fresh.
Inna Vladimirskaya, 32, ends her exercise routine with a skinny-dip — would you submerge in subzero temperatures in the name of beauty?
If the sleek black and gold packaging of Victoria Beckham’s Estée Lauder collaboration left you wanting more (guilty), you’re in luck. Live from a Facebook video with none other than her clothing store as the backdrop, the 43-year-old Spice Girl announced she’s getting back in the ring—this time, involving skin care. Beckham didn’t get into the nitty gritty of which exact products we can expect from the line, but she did let us know the line will involve lots of ...
Never one to half-step something, the new mom will be venturing into skin-care prep, makeup removal, colognes, and perfumes.
Actress Lucy Hale shares her highlighter tips, why she'd shave her head, and how many steps are in her nighttime skin-care routine.