According to Allure.com, a recent study revealed that nearly 50 percent of women follow the same basic skincare routine as they did when they were teenagers. And while it may make sense to stick with a product that works well for your skin, gals may want to consider updating their skin regimen as they age.

When preparing your beauty routine for the transition from summer to fall, there is more for women to be aware of than simply a change in color palettes. As the temperatures drop, ladies who drink hot beverages and take hotter-than-usual showers should remember to keep their skin cool.

Women wonder about many things as they get older, and one question haunting many minds may be how their skin will age. Dr Jessica Wu, a dermatologist and Clinical Instructor in Dermatology at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, recently wrote on Beauty Counter Blog that there are a few factors that may indicate how your skin will age.

There seems to be a limitless amount of skincare advice in the world, and it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction. Luckily, Prevention.com spoke to a few experts to get the truth on several beauty myths.

Whether you consider them a lucky sprinkling of beauty marks or a frustrating collection of spots, many women boast a face full of freckles. Even girls who are typically freckle-free may may notice a few dotting their complexion after months of summertime-sun exposure.

Between creams and serums, shadows and liners, women seem to constantly be searching for ways to make their eyes look younger. Luckily, Yahoo Shine gathered four important tips for taking years off your eyes.

To look their best after waking up, many women focus on perfecting the ideal skincare and makeup. However, many of Hollywood’s most glamorous beauties employ a few tricks before bedtime to help ensure that they look their best the next day.

Washing your face may be an important component to keeping a healthy-looking complexion, but with the amount of cleansers available, it can be hard to figure out which type of product is best for your face.

Removing your makeup and washing your face may be necessary, but the process can also be time-consuming. Instead of forgoing either of these important parts of your nightly routine, look for a product that can multi-task – it can make your beauty regime a bit easier while it saves you money and, best of all, time!

With the combination of sun, sweat and humidity, it seems that summer breakouts are unavoidable. But, according to Allure magazine, the right products can help you combat warm-weather blemishes.

They say that eyes are the window to the soul – so it shouldn’t come as a shock that they are the first feature to signal to the world that we are exhausted. But, according to Allure magazine, the right products, and a few cosmetic tricks, can help downplay puffy eyes and keep you looking completely refreshed.

Stocking up on skincare products is an activity many women enjoy. But even the best formulas will go to waste if they aren’t put on correctly. Patricia Wexler, a New York-based dermatologist, shared some of her top tips for applying products with Allure magazine.