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.
Somehow, an itchy, red rash appeared on your skin and you're racking your brain to figure out how it got there. As you ponder your pruritic predicament, the rash seems to be growing. Could it be something serious?
Skin is your body's outer shield, protecting it from the elements, fending off the sun's damaging rays and putting up with a number of other environmental irritants. It's no wonder that your skin eventually loses some of its elasticity.
Tea tree oil is a common herbal medicine that you might find in several cosmetic products, including shampoo and deodorant. What can the oil do for your skin, and what side effects should you be aware of?
The older you get, the more your skin loses its ability to stretch. Part of this is due to a breakdown in collagen, the protein in your skin that gives it strength and support. Are there any natural ways to jump-start collagen production?
If you've ever looked at your reflection in the mirror and seen nothing but enlarged pores, you may have wondered if there's any way to get rid of them. Some people suggest hot water or steam -- but is there any way to actually "shrink" your pores?
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?
You may think that your skin is safe from the elements once swimsuit season ends and the air gets cold. That's not true. Most people know that the winter sun can still harm skin, but the wind can be just as dangerous.
Most people are susceptible to patchy discoloration, scarring and other skin traumas. To even things out, some people resort to bleaching their skin. Is it safe, and what does hydroquinone have to do with it?
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.
Getting a massage can be more than just relaxing. Aside from providing stress relief, the practice may also treat some respiratory, neurological and muscular disorders. But is massage good for your skin, or can a session on the table cause problems?