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Treating Skin Problems

Treating skin problems can be tricky without a proper diagnosis. Learn more about treating skin problems at HowStuffWorks.

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10 Tips for Identifying and Treating Skin Rashes

You've been working in the yard, ripping out all those unwanted weeds. Now you're scratching a small red patch and wondering where it came from. Could it be a skin rash?


How to Reduce Under-eye Puffiness

Under-eye puffiness doesn't do your face any favors. Get the do's and don'ts (we're looking at you, hemorrhoid cream) for reducing under-eye puffiness

Quick Tips: Shea Butter and Scars

Have you ever wondered what shea butter can do for your scars? Read on to learn about how shea butter can reduce scarring.

Quick Tips: Treating Burns

How you treat a burn depends on the type of burn. Learn the difference between first-degree and fourth-degree burns –and the proper treatment for both.

5 Ways to Treat Flat Warts

What are flat warts? Learn five easy ways to treat these harmless spots and rid yourself of flat warts for good.

Quick Tips: Moisturizing Your Eczema

Want to know what the best way to moisturize your eczema is? Read on to get the best pointers on how to moisturize your chronic eczema.

Quick Tips: Easy Ways to Treat Psoriasis

Do you suffer from psoriasis? Are you looking for a treatment? Read on to learn some easy tips about treating psoriasis.

5 Treatments for Bruises

Do you bruise easily? Worry about the causes and how to treat them? Read on to learn about what can cause bruising and how to properly treat bruises.

5 Remedies for Common Warts

Do you suffer from common warts? Check out these remedies for removing your common warts in the comfort of your own home.

Quick Tips: Epsom Salt Bath Treatments

You've been on your feet all day and your body aches. The first antidote you might consider for your weary bones is a warm bath with Epsom salts.

10 Tips for Identifying and Treating Skin Rashes

You've been working in the yard, ripping out all those unwanted weeds. Now you're scratching a small red patch and wondering where it came from. Could it be a skin rash?