Dr. Julie Russak told Fiona Clair to toss her toner and add a retinol to her routine. She also said to swap her bar soap for a gentle cleanser.
Vitamin A can increase skin cell turnover, which makes it great for treating acne and reducing fine lines.
A glycolic acid peel deeply exfoliates your skin, removing dead cells on the surface and revealing the newer, healthier skin cells beneath.
I’ve tried a lot of face masks in my life, from dirt-cheap impulse buys to award-winning at-home facialsand nothing has improved the clarity of my skin like this giant tub of the Aztec Secret Clay Mask. After seeing it all over the internet and having a colleague call it her […]
Ken came to Dr. Pimple Popper thinking he had seven head cysts. It turned out, due to picking his skin, he had even more hiding within the growths.
"The Zit Fix" has followed Celia Skvaril's journey with acne for over a year. She went on Accutane in October 2020 to get rid of her hormonal acne.
Ingredients like tea tree oil, witch hazel, and more can help treat pimples quickly - here's why they work and how to use them.
We test out the August+Monroe 3-in-1 Blemish Camouflage, which claims to match your skin pigment to conceal and heal pimples.
Butt bumps could be caused by a number of things, including acne, folliculitis, keratosis, and more - here's how to treat each condition.
Ear pimples are a common occurrence, but you have to take careful steps to treat them at the risk of damaging your hearing.
In the video, Dr. Pimple Popper used her fingers and scissors to loosen the lipoma from underneath the woman's skin.
To treat whiteheads and blackheads, try retinol or salicylic acid, but nodules and cysts are better treated with oral antibiotics.
"Back-ne" and hyperpigmentation are common skin concerns during the summer months, but dermatologists have some fail-safe ways to avoid them.
Use a body wash with salicylic acid to help cut down on breakouts, and wash your clothes regularly with a gentle detergent.
Compared to other acne forms, cystic acne causes the largest and most painful blemishes. It is also the most difficult to treat.
Dr. Pimple Popper had to dig around to remove the first cyst, but the second came out with a swift pop and looked like a garlic clove.
Stress doesn't cause acne directly, but it does increase the hormone cortisol, which can make skin oilier.