Summer is a time to relax and recharge, but for the skin it can mean trouble. Do you know how to treat your skin during the summer? Test yourself here!
Summer is just weeks away. Although most people know you need to slather on the sunscreen before they step out in a swimsuit, did you know that plenty of other activities can leave skin exposed and vulnerable to sun damage? In fact, it is estimated that most of our sun exposure over a lifetime does not come while at the beach or pool.
Dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi and Dr. Oz debunk surprising sunscreen beliefs. Find out which big mistake contributes the most to long-term skin damage and what level SPF you should be wearing every day for maximum protection.
May is designated “Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month” by dermatologists to raise public awareness about the dangers of skin cancer. Did you know that according to the Skin Cancer Foundation, one in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime? And in the United States, one person dies from melanoma, the most deadly type of skin cancer, every hour? But there is good news. Not only can we help prevent skin cancer by adopting safe sun practices (such as using a broad-spectrum sunscreen at least SPF 30 coupled with a hat, sunglasses and clothing whenever possible), but when detected early, melanoma is almost 100% curable.
Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi stops by to share some surprising sunscreen myths!
Learn how to protect yourself against the elements to keep your skin glowing, healthy and pain-free this winter.
Dr. Oz has solutions to your most common complaints about your skin. Say goodbye to painful eyebrow plucking and hello to fresh, glowing skin with these simple 1-minute miracles. Click here for more beauty miracles.
By Ellen Marmur, MD Vice Chair of Cosmetic and Dermatological Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
Keep your layers of skin safe!
Could that itch or bump be a sign of a strange skin condition? Dr. Oz decodes your symptoms. See explanations for inverted nipples, rashes and bumps. Plus, get solutions to remedy your issues. Click here for Part 2 of Strange Skin Conditions. ...
Got a skin problem? Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi answers your questions about your biggest organ!
Get easy solutions for common skin issues. Tackle skin tags, hives and ingrown toenails with Dr. Oz’s safe and effective treatments. Click here for Part 2 of Solve Skin Problems. Click here to see the full Dr. Oz Alphabet. Click here ...
Short on time? These beauty fixes will have your skin looking gorgeous in under 60 seconds.
Itchy, uncomfortable and all over your skin. Dr. Oz identifies the causes and solutions for common conditions like hives and more.
Do you or a loved one suffer from dry, itchy skin? If, so it could be eczema, a type of skin inflammation.
Chicken skin bumps – such a simple yet instantly identifiable description of the skin problem named keratosis pilaris (commonly dubbed "KP"). Can't you just visualize it? These minute, rough bumps with their grater-like texture are most frequently ...
By Rosemarie Ingleton M.D., dermatologist and Eucerin Skin First Council member
Your biggest questions about eczema have been answered! Dermatologist and Eucerin Skin First Council member Rosemarie Ingleton responds to select Facebook inquiries from Oz viewers. Learn more about eczema.
Our emotions and expressions are inextricably linked. See if your go-to expressions could be aging you beyond your years.
Give your moisturizing routine a makeover with these tips from Dr. Fredric Brandt.
Check out the many reasons why Epsom salt is the next health and beauty must-have.
Rejuvenate dead, irritated skin and even out wrinkles with this surprising skin secret.