Insider reporter Rachel Hosie tried various treatments before starting Accutane, a controversial acne drug because of its potential side effects.
The 52-year-old singer and actress said she uses products like gel cleanser, serum and moisturizer for her skin.
Slugging, or applying petroleum jelly to your face once a week, reduces inflammation, redness, and acne over time, dermatologist Dr. Muneeb Shah said.
Typically called sodium hyaluronate in hair products, hyaluronic acid can repair and moisturize dry hair which can reduce dandruff and define strands.
Aloe vera is packed with soothing compounds that can help with various conditions from dandruff to scarring - here are nine benefits of the plant.
Benzoyl peroxide is an antiseptic acid that fights acne-causing germs - here's how to use it to fight body pimples, stubborn acne, and more.
Dermatologist Dr. Muneeb Shah told Insider skincare hacks like DIY masks, pore vacuums, and at-home mole removals can damage skin.
Dermatologists are skeptical about the skincare line aimed at blocking blue light, since evidence is mixed on whether the rays are damaging or not.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas spoke about beauty - as well as acting and her daily routine - during a recent interview with The Telegraph.
Blackheads are a common skin-care problem, and they tend to pop up on the nose. A dermatologist told Insider the best ways to get rid of them.
The singer and star of '90s sitcom "Moesha" told Glamour she uses vitamin infusion therapy, eye cream, and moisturizers to keep her skin youthful.
Dr. Gary Goldenberg told Melenee Suarez Burns that baby wipes are too harsh and don't clean the skin well. Salicylic acid can help shrink pores.
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.
Kylie told her Instagram followers that every night she cleans off her makeup, washes her face, and tops it off with serums from her skincare line.
Dermatologist Dr. Kenneth Mark told Paige DiFiore, an Insider editor, that her products were clogging her pores and she needs to exfoliate.
Sarah Burton had her skin routine reviewed by Dr. Jeriel Weitz who said her toner was too drying and recommended washing with a gentle cleanser.
Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank said microdosing is great for people who are sensitive to ingredients like AHA's, BHA's and retinols.