Beauty Skin Problems

Beauty skin problems are often minor but are always unwelcomed. Learn more about beauty skin problems at HowStuffWorks.

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Freckles 101

Many people, especially those with red hair or light skin, have freckles. For some, they're a source of pride and character. Others, however, might want to hide them. What causes freckles, and is there a way to make them disappear?

Friction Blisters

Friction blisters are a common skin problem. How are they treated?

What causes bags under eyes?

Almost everyone has experienced bags, or sagging skin, under their eyes at some point. But why do some people get them more than others?

What causes red blotches on the face?

There are many factors that could cause red blotches to appear on your skin. Find out how you can tell if they're the result of an allergic reaction.

Sagging Skin Overview

Sagging skin is a common beauty skin problem. How do you correct sagging skin?

How Scars Work

Almost everyone has visible scarring somewhere, but many just choose to live with it. Find out how you can make these marks less noticeable to the naked eye.

Skin Wrinkles Overview

Everyone will get skin wrinkles eventually, but many people keep constant watch in the mirror for the slightest sign of crow's feet or laugh lines. Although they're a fact of life, there are a few ways to slow the appearance of wrinkles.

Stretch Marks

Whether it's from pregnancy or puberty, stretch marks brought on by rapid changes in our bodies aren't always welcome. What causes stretch marks, and is there any way to get rid of them?

Thin Skin Overview

Thin skin is a common beauty skin problem. Find out how you can correct thin skin.

Varicose Veins Causes and Treatments

Varicose veins, the large, blue veins that often pop up on the legs, are common as you age, but certain conditions can cause them, too. What's behind these bulging blood vessels, and how can you treat them?

Is it safe to lance a blister?

You just couldn't resist that new pair of shoes and now they've literally rubbed you the wrong way. Blisters can be painful, but the good news is they're relatively harmless and in most cases you can treat them yourself.