This Is What Happened When I Tried to Treat Cystic Acne With Skincare Products
When I finally went to the doctor, he looked at the scars that dotted my face and asked, “What took you so long to come in?”
We Asked Dr. Pimple Popper Your Grossest Skin Care Questions
Dr. Sandra Lee visits Broadly to answer all the freaky questions we have about our skin.
Anxiety's Favorite Canvas for Expressing Itself: Your Face
Negative emotions can trigger or worsen a wide range of conditions like acne, hair-thinning, and psoriasis.
The Long-Term Psychological Effects of Having Acne as a Teen
Women specifically reported greater impairment in their quality of life, and showed more symptoms than men.
This Is What Happened When I Tried Light Therapy to Clear Up My Acne
LED light therapy started as NASA technology, but it's now being used as an at-home cosmetic treatment for acne and wrinkles.
I Thought I Just Had Acne, But It Was Actually a Less Common Skin Condition
Turns out I was in the middle of the demographic for perioral dermatitis.
Asking for Friend
Is Cheap Makeup Bad for Your Skin?
There has to be a reason for the drastic price difference between MAC and dollar store bronzer.
Everything You Need to Know About Treating Cystic Acne
It’s different from other, more superficial types of types of acne like blackheads and whiteheads because it’s deeper down in your skin.
Colleen de Bellefonds
Asking for a friend
This Is Why Popping Your Pimples Feels So Satisfying
You know you’re not supposed to pick at acne but honestly, it's just so soothing—until you look in the mirror and see the same zit back with a vengeance next morning.
Quitting Skincare Gave Me the Skin of My Dreams
Is your six-step serum and moisturizer regime just lining someone else's pockets?
Things We Find Gross About Ourselves That Our Partners Find Hot
"I used to get ringworms quite a lot, my ex was fascinated by it."
Bella Thorne Is Trying to Be Herself
Bella Thorne has spent basically her entire life in the public eye, beholden to an image someone else created for her. Now she's trying to define herself on her own (admittedly contradictory) terms.