In recent beauty news, we learned that the topsy-turvy economy isn't stopping people from buying foundation. It probably correlates with the fact that if we can't afford facials and expensive skin care products, then we at least have to have winning face makeup to cover up imperfections and even things out a bit. Take quiz
Anyone suffering with eczema knows how tricky it can be to find a product that will provide more than just temporary relief. When your dry, itchy skin keeps you up and scratching all night, it's time to take some action. For some eczema sufferers, this means turning to prescription creams or even steroids to try and control the pain. Yup, steroids. See products
Depending on your skin type, moisturizer is either a take-it-or-leave-it product or a can't-live-without-it item. But in reality, nearly all skin types can benefit from some sort of moisturizer. See moisturizers
When the weather turns from sunny and mild to cold and blustery, our skin often turns too -- from supple and hydrated to cracked, flaky and ashy. We know that adding moisture-infused products to our skin will help hydrate it. We also know (and have heard a thousand times) that in the winter we usually need to switch from lighter moisturizers to more intensely hydrating ones, right? Right. See skin problems
Skin type changes over time. Weather, hormones, traveling -- even products -- can disguise your true skin type, says New York City dermatologist Dr. Debra Wattenberg. Diagnose your true type here, then find out how to correctly care for it. Take the quiz
How many times has your foundation looked great at the beauty counter, then "off" the next day? We talked to celebrity makeup artists Gita Bass and Molly Stern and Procter & Gamble senior scientist Sarah Vickery to help you figure out what went wrong. Take the quiz to find out what kind of makeup your skin really needs and get expert tips on making your skin look its best. Find your match
We spend hundreds on youth-enhancing face lotions -- but when's the last time your hands got some love? "Hands show aging more than the face," says Los Angeles-based dermatologist Dr. Howard Murad. Good point. So we had 10 testers review hand creams for two weeks. Which ones offered the best hydration -- and which were just greasy? Find out in the ratings. View creams
Treating dry skin requires care and attention specific to that particular skin type and tone. Unlike general skin care practices, dry skin care puts more emphasis on maintaining the correct moisture and oil balance. Knowing the correct daily routines and products can not only help you control dryness, but can also help you avoid it all year round.
Welcome to Total Beauty's skin care section, a comprehensive resource on the processes and products that effectively treat dry skin. In addition to offering some tested and proven skin care routines, this guide also provides extensive reviews for common skin care products. All articles are written with the help of renowned dermatologists and beauticians. Readers also get to have their say on every topic and can connect with the authors through user comments and feedback. Not to mention, you'll find great advice, tips, and tricks on everything beauty related.
Treating dry skin is easy and simple when you have the right information. Start using the articles in Total Beauty's skin care section today to get healthy, beautiful skin.
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