Always Apply Antiperspirant at Night Before Bed

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If you tend to sweat a lot and would rather not, deodorant—which just protects against odor—won't help. You need an antiperspirant. And to get the most out...

What To Know About the Latest Sunscreen Recall

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Sunscreen regulations in the United States have been at a standstill. In 2019, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shared plans to update its regulations—plans that...

Bleach Bath for Eczema, Explained by a Dermatologist

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If you’ve endured a long struggle with eczema, chances are, you’ve tried almost every lotion and cream out there. While those products are often effective, the secret to soothing eczema may live in your cleaning supply cupboard, according to Caren Campbell, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in San Francisco. Dermatologists often recommend diluted...

What You Really Need To Know About Sunscreen Serums

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You can find SPF in almost any beauty product type. But sunscreen serums are gaining traction as a lightweight product for additional protection. If you’ve ever used a serum, you’ll know that a little bit goes a long way—so how effective are sunscreen serums? Shirley Chi, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in California,...

‘I Tried the Immunocologie Lava Mask and It’s Super Relaxing’

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There’s nothing I love more than a good sheet mask, yet I’ll be the first to admit that they’re kind of all the same. Though they come in different formulas from soothing to brightening, I know that, in the end, I’m getting a wet, cool mask that will leave me feeling glowy....

Limitations of Anti-Aging Products Explained by Derms

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Chances are you’ve seen or purchased skin-care products that claim to reduce and prevent signs of aging. They fade dark spots, soften wrinkles, and even restore a bounce to the skin. But it’s important to understand the limitations of anti-aging products, says Shirley Chi, MD, a California-based, board-certified dermatologist. There’s only so...