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Just a couple generations ago, moisturizers were created to simply moisturize. Today's moisturizers claim to do so much more including reducing the appearance of wrinkles and providing sun protection. But how are these ÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¼ber products evaluated?
Moisturizers are known for preventing dryness, but that's not all they can do for your skin. Which marketing claims should you trust, and which ones might need investigating?
Glycolic acid is often used in chemical peels to rejuvenate your skin, but some over-the-counter lotions include it in small concentrations for everyday use. But will they get you the same kind of results?
Facial creams claim to do everything from minimizing wrinkles to completely reversing the aging process. But if you took the time to read the label, you may be surprised at what you'd find.
Moisturizers keep the skin soft and supple and soothe away cracked and irritated skin. But did you know that some of the creams that keep you from feeling like a reptile actually come from, well, a reptile?
Choosing the right moisturizer can be a daunting task -- once you start studying the ingredients on the back label, things can get even more confusing. What are some of the basic ingredients that you should find in moisturizers?
As you age, your skin inevitably becomes drier and fine lines begin to show. Moisturizing eye creams are geared toward fighting these signs of aging, but can they really do what they promise?
With all the tasks our hands are responsible for during the day, it's no wonder they often dry out easily. Could moisturizing gloves be the key to keeping them soft and supple?
Moisturizing socks can condition your feet when they're dry and cracked. What do these socks have in common with disposable diapers, and how does that help them soften your soles?
If you have oily or acne-prone skin, you may avoid using moisturizers -- but an oil-free facial lotion may be just what your skin needs.
You may have noticed lotions labeled "all-natural" and "organic" nestled among the multitude of moisturizing products on the skin care aisle. But are organic lotions better for your skin?
Parabens are preservatives often used in skin care products, but you may have heard that this common ingredient is linked to breast cancer. Is this cancer risk real? And are there paraben-free products?
If you have acne, psoriasis, warts or calluses, a salicylic acid lotion may help treat your condition. But how do these lotions work, and how often should you use them?
You may have seen shea butter listed as an ingredient in your moisturizer or cleanser, but what exactly is shea butter? And why is it used in so many different skin care products?
Whether you have dry, oily, sensitive, aging or acne-prone skin, your skin needs moisture. But what moisturizer is right for you?
If you want that summer glow without the risk of sunburn and skin cancer, try a sunless tanning product. Self-tanners can give you quick color, but skin-darkening moisturizers may give you a more natural-looking tan.
Many who have some form of hyperpigmentation -- areas of darker skin -- turn to skin-lightening moisturizers to solve the problem. How can these topical treatments permanently change the color of skin?
With all the options available, choosing the right moisturizer can be a daunting proposition. What are some steps you can take to narrow down the options?
When taking care of your skin, you have several things to consider, including moisturizing and sun protection. If you're choosing a lotion, which aspect is more important? Can you have it both ways?
Not all of us have skin as perfect as a porcelain doll's. How much would you pay for a product that promised to deliver serious results? Some of these extravagant creams cost more than your monthly mortgage payment.
If you have celiac disease or have decided simply to pursue a gluten-free lifestyle, you've probably run into a few roadblocks. Finding foods, drinks and even makeup that suit your needs can be tough, but times are changing. Here are five of our favorite gluten-free moisturizers.
Let's say you're looking to soothe your dry skin, but the indecipherable labels (and unwelcoming price tags) of the lotions at the store leave you cold. Take a look in your kitchen cabients instead to get your skin glowing.