Estrogen declines as you approach menopause which decreases your skin's ability to produce and hold on to moisture. Find out what you can do about dry skin.
Try a self-tanning product to give you that bronzed look without the sun damage that can cause wrinkles and skin cancer.
British researchers report that laser ablation and surgery appear to be better options than ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy.
Many women want younger looking skin, but don't know where to start. Nurse Barb Dehn offers advice on options for deciding on a treatment right for you.
Are you stressed because of your acne or is your stress causing your acne? It may work both ways.
There is not one product that can treat all signs of skin aging, but here are some tips for dealing with the skin changes that come with menopause.
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.
The dangers of the sun are real, but there are ways to enjoy the sun without getting burned.
As a certified fitness professional and registered yoga teacher, taking care of my body is something I prioritize—and this includes my skincare.
Take these preventive steps at the gym, so you don't bring home more than a sweaty glow.
As hormones change around menopause, many women notice an increase in unwanted facial hair. There are many options for managing that hairy situation.
You don't have to avoid the sun entirely, but you must learn how to use sunscreen correctly and follow safe sun practices to avoid skin cancer and prematurely aged skin.
Sunscreen may do double duty when you're outside on a summer day, keeping you cool as it protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays.
In some people, varicose veins simply look bothersome. In others, they can be fatal.