6 Eye Creams That Solve Your Most Annoying Skin Concerns
Your eyes can tell a lot about you: just how little sleep you’re clocking and even your age. Since the thin skin around your eyes is one of the first places to age, applying eye cream is important. But they're not all created equal. Using one that’s targeted to solving your problem—puffiness, dark circles, dryness—is key. New York City dermatologist Whitney Bowe explains how to find your dream cream.
What Do Brightening Products Really Do to Your Skin?
What exactly is a brightening product? And what does it do to your skin?
The Best Face Oils for Every Skin Type
If the thought of rubbing oil on your skin makes you cringe, keep reading. After interviewing dozens of dermatologists on the face oil frenzy happening in the beauty industry, we're happy to report that oils can benefit a range of skin types, not just those with dehydrated complexions. One reason: Oils penetrate the skin deeper than most creams. And yes, they cost a little more, but you’re getting more potent ingredients. Plus, a little goes a long way (two or three drops will do). Here, six standouts based on a variety of skin concerns. Pick your match, press (don’t just rub) it into your skin, then smooth whatever’s leftover on your cuticles or split ends. Here's to multitasking.
3 Tricks For Smoothing Rough Elbows and Knees
Having a thick skin is usually a good thing—unless it's on your elbows and knees. Between the minimal oil glands and the constant friction caused by bending and leaning, these often scaly spots can become—and stay—soft only with some TLC from you. Here, three tactics.