Your lips don’t have oil glands like the rest of your body, so they’re more prone to dryness than other parts of your skin.
Your skin is your largest organ. Learning how to take care of it starts here. From finding how much sunscreen to wear to knowing when to see a dermatologist, we cover it all — just like your skin.
You can prevent and treat friction-related blisters in just a few simple steps.
With every application, your makeup brushes and sponges collect oil, dust, dead skin, and residual makeup. Are your brushes contributing to your acne?
Wrinkles are caused by loss of collagen in the skin. This is a natural part of the aging process, but many everyday habits can also contribute to skin damage.