Gwyneth Paltrow has made headlines for her love of pricey beauty treatments. But it turns out she uses this budget bath soak daily.
Breakouts don't stand a chance against these dermatologist-recommended drugstore formulas.
Ready to test your sunscreen knowledge?
While celebs often opt for pricier products, Mindy Kaling prefers a more budget-friendly formula — a $10 clay face mask.
As summer arrives, so does the harsh sun. While we should always be wearing SPF, here's what to use if you get a bad burn.
Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif of the E series "Botched" return to TODAY with more cautionary information about improperly performed plastic surgery....
Experts weigh in on why we're anything but camera-ready after our favorite Japanese meal.
Here's why you might want to add these shampoos, lotions and other kids' products to your beauty routine.
If someone told you that you could have flawless skin, if you agreed to look like a wrinkly old woman first, would you do it?
Early detection is crucial when it comes to skin cancer. Use this tips to know what to look out for.
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Not all sunscreens are created equal, according to a new report from an independent consumer advocacy group.
Rebecca Cannon thought some sunscreen was better than none. Then her daughter experienced a caustic burn from some spray sunscreen.
The pharmacy chain is removing tanning oils and other products that don't meet the FDA's minimum recommendation.
Before you stock up on new sunscreen, read these recommendations.
The company founded by Jessica Alba said it initiated the recall out of "an abundance of caution."
Johnson & Johnson has been hit with a multimillion-dollar jury verdict for the fourth time over whether the talc in its iconic baby powd
Because May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, dermatologist Dr. Debra Wattenberg visits TODAY with important tips.
It's time to think about the skin you're in. May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
Ever wish you could sneak a peek inside the medicine cabinets of the country's top dermatologists? Now you can!
A frightening case of melanoma is putting the spotlight on skin cancer and pregnancy.
Spas tout all sorts of claims about the benefits of dry brushing, but what can it really do for your body?
NewBeauty editor-at-large, Sarah Eggenberger, shares 22 winners from the magazine's annual Beauty Choice Awards.
When I saw Drew Barrymore raving over the trendy snail mucus mask, I had to give it a try.
Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, opened up about being labeled 'racially ambiguous' in a moving interview with Allure.
A woman whose face became covered with boils after a visit to an "unhygienic" salon is warning others to be careful.
I've never been into face masks, but this buzzy beauty trend could make me a believer.
Kate Langman, a stylist at an ULTA Beauty salon in Wisconsin is showing the difference an act of kindness and a haircut can make.
We rounded up our favorite nail artists to share their most useful secrets for getting the most out of at-home manicures.
All those label terms, from "sensitive skin" and "hypoallergenic" to "fragrance-free," might not mean what you think they mean.
Carys Gray, a fitness guru on Instagram, opened up about her struggles with eczema and shared an inspiring message about self-acceptance.
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There's no one food that will change what's already on your head, but your diet can have a lot to do with growing healthy, strong locks.
Americans are turning to lip fillers and augmentation surgery in record numbers. But what does an ideal pair of lips really look like?
The "X-Men: Apocalypse" shares another bandaged selfie, and pleads with fans to protect their skin with sunscreen.
Cleaning up your diet can help to clear up your skin.
Waking up with your head the size of Charlie Brown is scary, but that's what happened to a TODAY staffer after coloring her hair.
Celebrity dermatologists share their best skin care tips and tricks with TODAY Style.
It might look like a push-up bra insert, but the Silisponge could help you use less makeup and spend less time cleaning your brushes.
A 45-year-old mom hopes sharing photos of her painful treatment for precancerous lesions will serve as a warning to others.
After weeks of feeling miserable, you've finally kicked that cold. You don't want to feel icky again so you toss out your toothbrush. Is it necessary?
A few easy adjustments can help you deal with those little signs of aging, like fine lines and pigmentation, that can start to pop up.