Skin information provides great information about skin hygiene and appearance. Learn more about skin information at Discovery Health.
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Do you know how to take care of your skin?


As you age, your skin doesn't just wrinkle -- it sags, develops age spots, bruises easily and becomes more prone to certain diseases. So how can you slow the clock and fight the signs of aging?

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With 20 square feet (2 square meters) of surface area covering the average human body, it's no surprise that skin can get itchy. And when hair, dust or other irritants make contact, there's a lot that has to happen before we respond with an almost reflexive scratch. Take our quiz to find out what goes on under the skin when it itches.

What is The Difference Between the Skin On Your Face and Your Body?

Skin on your face and skin on your body are very different. Learn how they vary and the best ways to get healthy skin on your face and your body

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