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Treatment Dry hands can be annoying to deal with (not to mention often downright uncomfortable). But if your hands are full-on peeling, that can open up a whole new box of issues. Further complicating matters, a surprising number of actions and conditions can cause peeling hands. (Spoiler alert: It’s not always just a symptom of dryness, as many people suspect.) Here, board-certified dermatologists Geeta Yadav, MD, and Kiran Mian, MD, outline some of the reasons your hands may be peeling, as well as the best ways to prevent peeling in the first place and what you can do to alleviate…

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In case you haven’t heard it lately, let me remind you: celebs are just like us! They love Rhode skincare and Justin Bieber and struggle with less-than-perfect skin. While these are all universal traits, the best example I can think of here is Miss Hailey Rhode Baldwin Bieber. On March 28, the model shared a TikTok video opening up about her struggles with perioral dermatitis, an inflammatory skin condition that results in small red papules and/or pustules around your mouth, chin, nose, or eyes. She’s been open about it in the past, but now she’s sharing what she uses to…

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How to Treat The Final Takeaway Many signs of dehydration—like fatigue, headaches, and cramps—are familiar to most of us. But dehydrated skin can be trickier to identify due in no small part to its similarities to dry skin. However, while the two terms are often treated as synonymous, there are some major differences. We asked board-certified dermatologists Gloria Lin, MD, and Melanie Palm, MD, to tell us all about dehydrated skin, including the signs, how it differs from dry skin, and how it can be treated. Read on for the ultimate guide to dehydrated skin. What Is Dehydrated Skin? "Dehydrated"…

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Products How To Use It The Final Takeaway If you’re always hunting for the latest acne treatment, you’ve likely heard about hypochlorous acid sprays. The trendy new ingredient isn’t actually that new—it’s been popping up in skincare products for years—but it has recently gained major traction on #SkinTok. We understand being hesitant about adding a new product to your routine, especially if one of your main skincare concerns is acne. Every individual's routine is about finding a delicate balance of what works for them. So we asked dermatologists Azadeh Shirazi, MD, and Marisa Garshick, MD, to break down what hypochlorous…

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When to See a Professional The Final Takeaway Maintaining healthy, radiant skin can be challenging, and sometimes, our skin can appear a bit dull. However, if your skin constantly seems lackluster and pale, you may be experiencing sallow skin. Sallowness can be caused by various factors—from medical conditions to lifestyle choices. However, it’s a skin condition that can often be corrected with the proper routine and habit changes. Ahead, we tapped two board-certified dermatologists to explain everything you need to know about sallow skin, from the causes to treatments. What Is Sallow Skin? Sallow skin is a skin condition that…

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The skincare industry is booming, offering fresh approaches to common concerns as well as drawing in new generations focused on the health and improvement of their skin. Of course, anti-aging is one of the most popular skincare categories, with countless product lines claiming to help—but not all brands are created equal. At first glance, you might not notice what makes new brand Deinde and its three initial products (all under $100) so special—but it turns out the brand is employing innovative research and formulations to revolutionize our approach to skincare and aging. With a name translating to the Latin word…

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How to Treat Retinol Burn or Damage How to Prevent Retinol Burn or Damage The Final Takeaway Considered by many to be the zenith of skincare, retinol has a plethora of benefits. It increases skin cell production, unclogs pores, exfoliates, and boosts collagen production to fight the formation and appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. All those perks make it a magical multitasker. Plus, it’s available in strengths ranging from prescription to over-the-counter and formats like serums and moisturizers. With that kind of popularity, one has to wonder—can you ever have too much of a good thing? We asked board-certified…

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How to Hydrate How to Moisturize Picture this: You wake up, and your skin feels painfully dry. Or is it dehydrated? It can be hard to tell, just like it can be hard to determine whether you need hydration or moisture. While these words may seem like synonyms, they're quite different in the world of skincare. It can all be very confusing. So we asked two board-certified dermatologists—Lindsey Zubritsky, MD, and Kenneth Mark, MD—to break it all down for us. Keep reading for the definitive difference between hydrating and moisturizing (and to find out how to determine which your skin…

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Anti-Fungals Sprays and Acne Who Should Avoid The Final Takeaway Athlete's foot and other fungal skin infections are absolutely no fun to deal with. Between the itching, burning, and stinging, fungal skin infections are seriously uncomfortable and leave most people looking for a way to get rid of them as quickly as possible. And that's actually a good thing—it's important to treat them right away before they spread to other parts of your body. One such option for treating fungal infections is anti-fungal sprays. Curious about how these sprays work and whether they might meet your needs? We asked board-certified…

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How to Prevent and Treat Fine Lines No, you're not crazy: The fine lines on your face do differ from fully-formed wrinkles. But they can be a sign that a wrinkle is forming due to factors ranging from the preventable (exogenous), like sun damage, to the non-preventable (endogenous, like, you guessed it, aging). To learn more about fine lines—including how they differ from wrinkles and how they can be treated and prevented–we turned to the experts: Board-certified dermatologists Tess Mauricio, MD, FAAD, Marisa Garshick, MD, and Blair Murphy-Rose, MD, FAAD. Read on for what they shared. Fine Lines vs. Wrinkles:…

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