When it is cold outside and warm inside, your skin can get dried, cracked and itchy. It is especially challenging for those who have conditions like eczema and psoriasis. Here are some ways to protect your skin this winter.
You have most likely spent a lot of time slathering on the sunscreen this summer, and for some people with acne prone skin that can lead to breakouts. If you are breaking out, be sure to get a sunscreen that says oil free and ‘non-comedogenic’ which means that the product will not clog your pores and cause further irritation or blemishes on your skin.
If you have age spots, excessive redness or sun damage on your face or neck, a photofacial may be just what the doctor ordered. Also known as photorejuvenation or IPL therapy, this procedure uses intense pulse light to restore a healthier, glowing appearance to the skin...
Whenever we are outdoors, whether it's cloudy or sunny, we know how important it is to wear sunscreen. We've heard it over and over again. Our parents forced us to wear it and now we slather it on our own kids. We know the rules and do our job to protect ourselves and our family from the suns harmful rays. But is our favorite sunscreen doing its job to protect us?