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8 Skin and Makeup Products That Won't Inflame Sensitive Skin

Got hives? These creams, powders, and potions let skin heal — not irritate it further.

By Amber Katz

Expert Tips for Nails and Makeup With RA

A beauty blogger and a nail artist with rheumatoid arthritis shares tips for getting perfect makeup and nails, even when you have RA.

By Pamela Kaufman

Does Your Hair Dye Contain Harmful Lead?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken steps to remove lead acetate in hair coloring products amid safety concerns about lead exposure.

By Diane Domina

Beauty and the Beast — Also Known As, Your Thyroid

Your thyroid problem could be the culprit for that dry skin, hair loss, puffiness, and problematic nails. Here are some thyroid beauty tips, product recommendations, and approaches for specific hair, skin, and nail challenges.

By Mary Shomon

Hair Products Designed for Black Women Contain Harmful Chemicals

Black women may be exposed to dozens of harmful hormone-disrupting chemicals in hair products marketed specifically for them, according a study published in Environmental Research.

By Diane Domina

How To Keep Your Hair Healthy With Psoriasis

Living with scalp psoriasis doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your hair. Medicated shampoos, medications, and laser therapy can keep your hair looking luscious.

By National Psoriasis Foundation

10 Ways to Rock Your Thyroid Scar

Sometimes a thyroidectomy scar will fade, and sometimes it won’t. Either way, here are suggestions for how you can cover it — or wear it loud and proud.

By Mary Shomon

Beauty and Home Products That Don’t Affect Your Thyroid

While some beauty and home products can negatively affect your thyroid, these ones are safe.

By Mary Shomon

Treating Calluses, Boils, Corns, and Warts

Four common problems that usually affect the skin of the foot can also appear anywhere on the body.

By Alisha Bridges

Creator of Laced Hair Extensions Lives With MS

While she’s applying hair extensions for some of the world’s top celebrities, she’s also battling MS.

By Stephanie Stephens