Spring may be just around the corner, but winter is still here with more cold days in the forecast. Those conditions that your body experiences when the weather is frigid, can spell bad news for your skin.
Treatment for hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, depends on where on your body you're sweating. Also, you may need to try different approaches, or a combination, to find relief.
Dermatologists explain what's worrisome and what's NBD.
For many, the daily shower is a sacred ritual, a time to disconnect and relax with pampering products under a steady water flow. But recently, I learned about another way to incorporate temperature changes into my shower routine: the contrast shower.
The Washington Post asked dermatologists what the finding means for people who get their nails done, whether UV nail dryers are safe and what precautions people can take when getting gel manicures and pedicures. Here’s their advice.
January is peak resolution season — whether it’s a plan to get organized at work or home, volunteer in the community, or read more — the new year is the perfect opportunity to make a fresh start. After weeks of parties and lavish meals over the holiday season, perhaps the most common resolution…
I’m one of those people who love spending a day engaged in some kind of outdoor physical activity, even when it’s cold and windy. I’m extremely cognizant of applying sunscreen and try to take care of my (aging) body and muscles as much as possible. But inevitably, I always suffer from a few…
Cleansing is one of the most important aspects of any skin-care routine. Washing your face twice daily is crucial when it comes to effectively eliminating excess dirt, oil, and product buildup — all while ensuring your skin stays healthy and hydrated. While not every cleanser may be suitable for…
Having plaque psoriasis is physically—and sometimes, emotionally—painful. The good news is that plenty of treatment options exist. Plaque psoriasis is the most common type of psoriasis, a skin condition that causes red and silver thick, scaly patches of skin.
Nearly 250,000 people in the United States will receive a lung cancer diagnosis in 2022, according to the American Cancer Society. However, thanks in part to a drop in smoking nationwide, the number of new lung cancer diagnoses is declining steadily each year.