Emollients are natural or manufactured substances used to hydrate the skin. Learn how these moisturizer ingredients can relieve psoriasis symptoms.
Emollients make skin soft, smooth and supple. Read about the different types of emollients and how they benefit your skin.
Moisturizing is one of the key components to a good skin care regimen. Learn what makes a good moisturizer.
Do you need gluten-free skin cream? Read about nine companies (including four you'll find in most stores) that make gluten-free moisturizer products.
Atopic dermatitis or eczema can usually be well controlled with good skincare and prevention measures, though medications are sometimes needed.
It may seem counterintuitive, but using a moisturizer is a smart move if your skin is oily or acne-prone. Learn which ingredients are best for oily skin.
Many topical drugs are available over the counter and by prescription to treat psoriasis, including steroids, coal tar, and retinoids.
Moisturizing is key to eczema treatment, but so is avoiding products (like some soaps) that can cause flares. Learn to protect your irritated skin.
Learn which hand cream ingredients you should look for to treat dry and chapped skin. Also, read tips on how to keep dry hands moisturized.
Learn more about the three main types of liquid body wash, and how to choose the right liquid body cleansing product for your skin type.