Editorial: Expert Skin Care Advice

  • What's in Your Eye Cream?

    What's in Your Eye Cream?

    Beauties, have you ever wondered what the difference is between eye creams, or what they're actually made of? It's always good to know more about what you're putting on your face, so we did some background checks on the common ingredients in eye creams to find out what they actually do for your skin and why they’re there.

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  • It's Mole Check Time!

    It's Mole Check Time!

    It's been quite a summer, and you've had your fun in the sun. Even though you used SPF, you may be starting to see little spots on your skin. Some are common moles, but others can be precursors to cancerous melanoma. Find out how you can diagnose yourself and prevent melanoma on your body!

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  • Are you Allergic?

    Are you Allergic?

    Does your face break out in pimples or a red rash when you use certain products? You may be allergic to a specific ingredient in your makeup or skin care. We spoke with a dermatologist to find out what ingredients are most likely to irritate and what to do if you're having an allergic reaction.

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  • Ask Dr. Brandt a Question!

    Ask Dr. Brandt a Question!

    Beauties, do you have any burning skin-care questions but don't want to pay for a doctor's visit? New York City and Miami-based celebrity dermatologist Fredric Brandt, M.D. answered our skin queries about everything from what's causing our adult acne to whether wearing makeup is bad for the complexion. Keep reading to find out how you can get him to answer your questions!

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  • What Does Nano Skin Care Really Mean?

    What Does Nano Skin Care Really Mean?

    Current high-tech trends dictate that smaller is better, but does the same principle hold true for skin care? Safety controversy surrounds products formulated with “nano-particles,” and research is scarce on both sides of the debate. Beautylish discusses this emerging innovation in science.

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  • What's That Black Stuff in My Eyes?

    What's That Black Stuff in My Eyes?

    Do you ever wake up with excess makeup—or "black goop”—in the inner corners of your eyes? It’s a sign that you didn’t wash off your makeup as well as you thought did.

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  • Should Your Skin Be That Red?

    Should Your Skin Be That Red?

    Is your face, neck, or décolletage covered in flushed, red skin? It could it be rosacea. We spoke with New York City-based dermatologist Cheryl Karcher, M.D., about what causes rosacea and how to calm it.

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  • Skin Care Labeling Secrets

    Skin Care Labeling Secrets

    Ever looked at that long list of ingredients on the back of a beauty product and wondered what it all means? Beautylish breaks it all down for you and reveals what cosmetic companies don't want you to know.

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  • Do Chocolate and Sugar Really Cause Breakouts?

    Do Chocolate and Sugar Really Cause Breakouts?

    Does eating chocolate and sugary foods really make you break out? We spoke with New York-based dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi, M.D., and wellness expert Frank Lipman, M.D., to see if our favorite tasty treats can really affect our complexion.

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  • Cystic Acne: The Skinny on Cysts

    Cystic Acne: The Skinny on Cysts

    Are you ever plagued by hard, painful bumps on your face? Cystic acne develops for different reasons (genetics, stress, hygiene), so we talked with New York City dermatologist Dr. Heidi A. Waldorf, M.D., to get the lowdown.

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  • What Are Those Bumps on Your Arms?

    What Are Those Bumps on Your Arms?

    Finding small raised bumps on the backs of your upper arms? We wondered about these mystery spots were too, so we spoke to dermatologist Dr. Dennis Gross about what they are and how to get rid of them.

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  • Which Vitamins Should You Take?

    Which Vitamins Should You Take?

    Wondering if you should take supplements to improve the health of your hair, skin and nails? We spoke to New York City-based dermatologist Dr. Barbara Reed to find out which vitamins actually work.

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  • Which Cleanser is Right For You?

    Which Cleanser is Right For You?

    Choosing the right face wash can be tough. With so many on the market, it's often hard to distinguish which formula is right for your skin type. We spoke to NYC-based dermatologist Dr. Cheryl Karcher to find out which cleanser is best for you.

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  • Zoe Gets Botox

    Zoe Gets Botox

    Ever wondered what it's like to get injected with Botox? Does it hurt? Is it really worth the cost? Zoe's in for a surprise when she heads to a Beverly Hills dermatologist's office to get her forehead wrinkles smoothed out with Botox. Check out the video for a play-by-play of her injection experience!

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  • Beat Psoriasis Like Kim Kardashian!

    Beat Psoriasis Like Kim Kardashian!

    In last week's episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," Kim revealed that the itchy and irritated spots on her skin were psoriasis! Turns out, you can't fight genetics—even if you're a celebrity.

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  • The Truth About Face Masks
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    The Truth About Face Masks

    If the package says to leave it on five minutes, does ten minutes of treatment mean double the benefits? We spoke to dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi about whether you really need to follow face mask directions.

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  • What's Your Skin Doing While You Sleep?

    What's Your Skin Doing While You Sleep?

    We all love slathering on serums, creams, and potions that claim to work miracles overnight, but are we forgetting about our skin cells already at work? Beautylish asks dermatologist Dr. Murad to decipher this complex issue—what's your skin actually doing during sleep?

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  • So Long, Summer Breakouts!

    So Long, Summer Breakouts!

    Ever get home from the beach to find pimple-like bumps on your face and body? We investigate what really causes these summer breakouts.

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  • FDA Sunscreen Update Part 2: Waterproof SPF?

    FDA Sunscreen Update Part 2: Waterproof SPF?

    Keep reading to find out why "waterproof" sunscreens and even the term "sunblock" are going to be illegal. Miami-based dermatologist Dr. Marta I. Rendon explains the new FDA regulations on sunscreen labels.

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  • FDA Sunscreen Update Part 1: Is SPF 30 enough?

    FDA Sunscreen Update Part 1: Is SPF 30 enough?

    In mid-June, the FDA announced new labeling regulations that will change the future of sunscreens in the United States. Keep reading to find out why your favorite SPF will be getting a mandatory packaging face-lift by next summer.

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