30 mothers. Their 31 children. Ten years ago, Kimberly Capone, Ph.D., set out to study the ways the microorganisms living on their skin evolved over time—and what that could mean for our understanding of skin health. She shares the groundbreaking results.
Retinol. Peptides. Collagen. When it comes to caring for aging skin, there's a lot of info to digest. Take this quiz to test your knowledge—and get science-backed tips for how to help your skin keep that youthful, natural glow.
It's a common skincare dilemma: You're over the acne stage and wrinkles aren't yet a concern, but you're starting to notice dark spots, fine lines and dull skin. This new line can help address all of it—thanks to the team of millennial scientists behind it.
Whether it's dry patches on your forehead or redness on your cheeks, the Neutrogena MaskiD™—just announced at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show—is designed to deliver active ingredients exactly where you need them.
With this new, cutting-edge tool and app, you can scan and analyze your skin in just a few minutes to get real-time information about everything from moisture levels to the state of your pores—without having to leave the house.
With the summer season in full swing, we asked Edwin Kuffner, M.D., Chief Medical Officer for Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., to share his expert advice for soothing red skin—and, better yet, keeping it protected from burns.
Tired of buying products that aren't quite right for you? Meet the founders of EpigenCare and SkinGenie—trailblazing skincare companies that are harnessing DNA profiles and artificial intelligence to improve your beauty routine.
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, one in five Americans will get skin cancer in their lifetimes—that’s more than 350 people per hour. But while those stats may sound scary, if you’re well-informed and equipped with some key know-how, you can help reduce your chances of becoming a statistic.