Take a second to think about your daily shower routine.

Believe it or not, your bed might not be as friendly as you think it is, especially if you don’t regularly change your sheets.

Smooth, hair-free skin is every girl’s dream, but a close shave can cause ugly, painful bumps called razor burns.

Age spots, also known as sun spots, liver spots and solar lentigines, are widespread among adults over 40, but young people can also get them.

If you’ve noticed a few more hairs than usual getting stuck in your brush or clogging up the drain in the shower, you might be at the beginning stages of hair loss.

It’s bad enough when your arm or leg is itchy, but when your scalp is dry and irritated, it can feel like there’s no such thing as relief.

Many people automatically associate itching with scratching.

There’s nothing worse than realizing that weird smell in the air is coming from your armpits.

Babies have delicate skin, so diaper rash is a common form of irritation for infants whose bottoms are wrapped up all day and night in diapers.

If you’re one of the roughly 8 million people in the U.S. who has psoriasis, the good news is that the skin condition is controllable with medication, and future research for a cure looks promising.

At least half of pregnant women get stretch marks, but that doesn’t have to be you if you slowly gain no more weight than what experts recommend, which is around 30 pounds.

Hyperkeratosis is a thickening of the skin due to an excessive accumulation of a protective protein called keratin.