Some of us are tempted to stash the sunscreen and sunglasses at the end of summer, but it's healthier to apply sunscreen and wear sunglasses year-round.
Every day should be wellness day, but August 15 is actually designated to wellness. So try these 15 ways to improve your health.
Many forces are at work on our aging skin, and some changes are normal. How can you care for your skin and minimize signs of aging?
While some women have a naturally glowing, perfect complexion, most of us do not. Here are some tips for treating your skin right.
Hair loss is common in women and can occur due to genetics and the hairstyles and hair products used by women.
Sunscreen is vital for protecting against skin cancer, but the jury is still out on the safety and effectiveness of spray-on sunscreens. If you're going to use spray sunscreen, follow these tips.
Putting on makeup should not be about hiding your age, but rather enhancing what you have.
Time outdoors is healthy, but it's important to use sunscreen the right way to protect your skin.
The dangers of the sun are real, but there are ways to enjoy the sun without getting burned.
If you're nearing menopause or past it, you may be wondering why your hair seems thinner and drier and if there's anything you can do about it.
Sun can harm the skin and eyes and even cause cancer, but, in moderation, sun can benefit overall health. Find out what it can do.
Top tips to keep mature skin healthy and more youthful looking.