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Facial and body scrubs do a good job of exfoliating our skin. However, those products that contain microbeads to achieve skin smoothness are bad for the environment.
During changes in season, our skin and scalp may develop dryness.
The weather is finally nice enough to enjoy the outdoors. But, unfortunately, that also means ticks are out there too.
You may never have heard of face blindness. I hadn’t. The medical term for face blindness is prosopagnosia.
We all want to look our best in photos, especially if those photos are posted on the internet for everyone to see. Selfies have become a popular form of expression in social media.
If you want to teach teens to use sunscreen, then show them a video about how it protects them from getting wrinkles, not on how it protects them from getting skin cancer.
HairdocTK is a devoted cosmetologist and trichologist who has been involved in the field of hair loss treatments for over 25 years.
People have complained of having itchy areas in their upper back for centuries.
Some beauty products on the market offer some rather amazing claims. How are we to know which ones are truly classified as drugs or are just considered cosmetics?
A preservative in baby wipes was determined to be the cause of skin rashes in six children.
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!