Caring for Your Skin
Treating Acne and Dry Skin
Never thought you'd be battling dry skin and acne? It's not uncommon, especially with adult acne. These 5 tips will help you treat dry skin and acne.
Will a Facial Steam Clear Acne?
Will an acne steam clear your pimples? Learn what steam really does for your acne, and if an acne steam will get rid of blackheads, pimples, and blemishes.
Does Shaving Pimples Help Acne?
I heard that shaving pimples before applying acne treatments can help clear acne. Should I be shaving pimples off, or does shaving pimples harm my skin?
Do You Use a Toner?
Is toner important? Tell us why toner is an essential part of your skin care routine, or why you forgo this product.
Does Rubbing Alcohol Make a Good Facial Toner?
My friend, who has beautiful skin, suggested I use rubbing alcohol as a toner. She says it will help clean my pores, plus it's inexpensive. Is this a good idea?
Daily Skin Care for Acne
A good daily skin care routine is important for everyone, but especially so for those with acne. Learn how to properly care for your skin and get the most out of your acne treatments.
How to Care for Your Acne Prone Skin
Learn how to care for your acne prone skin. Your daily acne skin care routine is listed in four easy steps that you can follow with any skin care products.
How to Care for Back and Body Acne
Learn how to care for back and body acne with simple skin care tips.
To Tone or Not to Tone?
Should toner be a part of your acne skin-care routine? Learn more about toners: what they do for your skin and how to decide if an acne skin-care toner is right for you.
Do I Have Oily Skin?
Many people over-estimate the oiliness of their skin. Learn if you have a true oily skin type by becoming familiar with the characteristics of oily skin. From About.com's Guide to Skin Care.
Skin Care Products for Oily Skin
From your About.com Skin Care Guide.
Save vs. Splurge - Skin Care Products for Oily Skin
Which products are worth the hype, and where would you be better off buying on the cheap? Find out with this list of skin care products, all for oily and acne prone skin types. From About.com's Guide to Skin Care.
Common Skin Care Ingredients
If you have acne, you know you have to be choosy about the products you put on your skin. This list of common skin care ingredients will help you to do just that! From About.com's Skin Care Guide.
What's The Worst Skin Care Advice You've Been Given?
Not all skin care advice is necessarily helpful. What's the worst skin care advice you've ever received? Share your story.
Acne and Normal Skin
Think acne only happens in oily skin types? Think again! Here's how to care for your normal (not too oily or too dry) but acne prone skin.