Anti-Aging Skin Care
Anti-aging skin care has improved greatly over the years. Learn more about anti-aging skin care at HowStuffWorks.
5 Things to Know About Tanning Pills
10 Celebrities Known for their Complexions
Getting Beautiful Skin Pictures
Quick Tips: How does safflower oil benefit skin?
Can you get spa treatments if you're pregnant?
How Esthetics School Works
You're Probably Not Putting on Enough Sunscreen
Chemists Are on the Hunt for a Long-lasting Sunscreen
Is expired sunscreen OK to use?
Disappearing Tattoos for the Commitment Phobes
Blackout Tattoos: Now That's Some Serious Ink
Tattoos May Be Good for Your Health
Does the lead in lipstick cause cancer?
5 Uses for Toner
Quick Tips: What Makeup Does to Your Skin
A Hairy History of Eyebrow Trends
5 Facts to Know About Hair Removal Creams
5 Things You Should Know About Brazilian Wax
Crow's feet are one of the inevitable byproducts of aging. But it is possible to keep them at bay for a while. Here's how to prevent of them.
Your body undergoes a lot of changes as you get older, and your skin isn't immune. What can you expect, and what can you do to keep your skin soft and supple as you age?
There's an old saying that, as you get older, you need to choose between your face and your rear end. Is it true? Will your face suffer from your svelte shape?
The word "collagen" doesn't exactly sound like the most delectable treat, but if it prevents wrinkles, who wouldn't eat it? Pigs' feet and fish skin can't be so bad if they keep you young.
The advancement of medical science has also led to interest in living longer and healthier lives. As a result, a cottage industry dedicated to longevity has emerged -- but how does one age gracefully naturally?
By Josh Clark
Many facial creams come with claims of providing a "face-lift in a jar." Can they really tighten skin and wipe away wrinkles as well as surgery can?
A natural side effect of aging, crow's feet -- those pesky, v-shaped eye wrinkles -- are unavoidable. But there are steps you can take to make them nearly invisible.
You know how tough some mornings can be -- and it doesn't help to look in the mirror and see tired, puffy eyes looking back at you. Will a hemorrhoid cream take your bags away?
You've probably heard about the potential health benefits of using olive oil when you cook. But can you use olive oil on your skin, too?
If you dread the crinkles and creases that come with aging -- don't! Stress only makes wrinkles worse. But how can you remedy the ones you've got?