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FeaturedDo certain foods trigger acne breakouts?
Certain foods, including chocolate, peanuts, shellfish and greasy pizza, have a reputation for causing acne, but is there any truth to this?
5 Reasons Sugar Hurts Your Skin
You may like sugar, but your skin doesn't. This kitchen staple can cause big skin problems. See why cutting out sugar helps your skin care routine. See more »
At a Glance: Foods and Acne
Do certain foods trigger acne breakouts? Find out if certain foods trigger acne breakouts in this article. See more »
Foods That Change Smell Pictures
Foods can certainly change the way you smell. See these pictures to learn the foods most likely to change your smell to get informed (and prepared). See more »
Foods for Beautiful Skin Pictures
Foods for beautiful skin are also great for your overall health. See the foods for beautiful skin pictures to learn more. See more »
Quick Tips: 5 Vegetables that Help Your Skin
Vegetables can help your skin as well as your overall health. See these quick tips to learn about five vegetables that help your skin. See more »
Quick Tips: 5 Ways to Feed Your Skin the Nutrients It Needs
Is your skin getting all the nutrients it needs? Check out these five ways to feed your skin the nutrients it needs to rejuvenate your look. See more »
Quick Tips: 5 Best Fruits to Help Skin
Fruits can help your skin look and feel better. See these quick tips to learn about the five best fruits to help your skin. See more »
Quick Tips: 5 Supplements to Improve Skin Health
Supplements can improve your skin health. See these quick tips to learn about which supplements improve skin health to get started. See more »
Pheww! Is that Ammonia?
Yes, ammonia in your sweat! How can you reduce it? Find out by taking this quiz. See more »
Snack and Sniff: Food and Body Odor Quiz
Food and body odor can go hand in hand. Test what you know about the influence nutrition and food has on body odor with our quiz. See more »
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