Forget going under the knife in search of younger looking skin. These days, the bulk of procedures designed to restore a more youthful appearance to your face (and sometimes hands and neck) are done on an outpatient basis, often in the doctor's office.
Ever notice how whatever is going on in your life seems to show on your skin? That’s because whatever goes on inside your body shows up on the outside. Diet, exercise and hydration are as important as good skin care. Get tips for keeping your skin healthy and glowing, whatever your age. <br /><a class="linktocondition" href="/condition/skin-health">Skin Health Guide</a>
I would like to lose weight and improve my skin’s appearance this year. Any tips for tackling both these goals? They seem connected.
My skin still breaks out, particularly when I exercise. What type of facial products should I use to keep my skin healthy without increasing the risk of breakouts?
The key to healthy skin lies beyond which soap you use. It depends on what you eat, whether you exercise, how much stress you're under and even the kind of environment in which you live and work.
All of these things affect how fast your skin ages, and thus how it will look, by influencing certain processes that lead to oxidation and inflammation. Sounds complicated, but it really is not.
With winter upon us—and the election finally behind us—your health and sanity are not the only things in need of attention.
Your beauty is an important consideration, too. After all, with colder temps comes drier air—and that air, in search of moisture, starts to suck it out of your skin and hair. Dryness equals wrinkles, breakage and a reminder that being a so-called natural beauty comes at a price.
Psoriasis is a persistent, chronic inflammatory skin condition caused by an inherited genetic defect that affects about 7.5 million people in the United States, according to the National Psoriasis Foundation.
The study of the genetic connection to psoriasis is fairly new: it wasn't until the early 1970s that research began. With recent improvements in technology and increases in funding, studies are beginning to rapidly expand.
Wrinkles. Does the word alone make you shudder? Many factors cause our skin to get wrinkles. Some we can't do anything about because they're part of the natural aging process. But did you know that you can play an active role in influencing some factors that have nothing to do with getting older?
FRIDAY, July 29, 2016 (HealthDay News)—People dealing with the itchy skin condition known as eczema may have other medical conditions to cope with as well, including heart disease, a dermatologist says.
WEDNESDAY, June 29, 2016 (HealthDay News)—Although some doctors advise against giving a daily bath to kids with the skin condition eczema, a new paper says a daily soak is fine as long as it's followed by plenty of moisturizer.