There is a chronic disease that's sweeping through the world largely unstudied and basically untreated. It's acne. And while some antibiotics can, in fact, help it, the issue of antibiotic resistance is limiting our options.
From fruits and veggies to water and green tea, there's a long list of items that you should eat or drink to get healthy, glowing skin. Can those same ingredients benefit your skin if they're in a face mask?
Some spa treatments sound like they'd be perfect balms to sooth a pregnant woman's frazzled nerves and tired body. But not every treatment is safe for an expectant mother. Which ones should you avoid, and what are the dangers?
Your skin may be the first thing that people notice about you, so you'll want to keep it looking good. You can't entrust the care your skin to just anyone, but you can follow the tips shown here to find someone that works best for you.
Sometimes, your skin just isn't at its best, and instead of radiating a healthy glow, it just looks dull. When you decide a spa day is the cure to your complexion ills, itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s likely a steam is in your future.
For most of us, bird poop is something we have to wash off our cars (or our heads, if we're unlucky), but some people are paying good money to slather it on their faces. Welcome to the geisha facial -- and a faceful of nightingale poop.
A relaxing facial with steam and massage can be a great way to renew your spirit and skin from the outside in. When you're contemplating a little pampering, though, don't make the mistake of thinking that all spas are created equal.
Imagine a seven-day vacation filled with spa treatments, fitness and healthful cuisine. Now imagine seven days spent in a spa that's dirty, boring or staffed by poorly trained personnel. What should you look for when choosing a spa?
Your eyes may be the window to your soul, but your face is the first clue to your age. To keep your skin looking young, you should get facials regularly. But you don't have to spend a fortune in the spa.