"Acne can wreak havoc on a person's self-esteem, especially in today's world where everyone appears to look perfect on social media," Dr. Qazi told Newsweek.
"Your dog has a better skin care routine than I do," said one social media user.
"I never felt like myself when I was wearing tons of makeup. It felt like I had a mask on," Hillary Muscatello, 36, told Newsweek.
Valerie Aparovich told Newsweek that "leaving makeup on overnight does not feel great, but learning the damage it can induce is a powerful habit-changer."
Dr. Aleksandra Brown commented: "Next time you see a dermatologist covered in sunscreen and SPF clothing, it's because we see this every day."
This fast was completely transformational for me.
"It should leave absolutely no marks if done correctly," Jayde Taylor said about the procedure shown in a TikTok video.
"Unattainable tomato beauty standards," one user wrote under the video with 9 million views, as another posted, "They put in tomato for free but charge me 600."
Unsure whether your pet's skin needs moisturizing? We spoke to the experts to find out if it is safe for your pooch, and how often you should use it.
While visible blue light from screens cannot cause cancers, it could be having a negative impact on skin health.
TikTok user, @lifeofcharissae, posted a video describing the results after using Gua Sha as "dramatic."
"Just because it is an LED lamp does not make it safe," Candice Quinn, founder of UV protective product Manisafe London, told Newsweek.
Newsweek spoke to doctors who explained the health risks, including cancer, and the best skincare routines to follow when traveling on a plane.
If your acne clears up whenever you go on vacation, it really might be something in the water. Newsweek asked dermatologist Dr Gloria Lin how tap water can affect your skin.
"You are such a queen for this," wrote one of Alix Earle's followers on the video that has been viewed 10 million times.
"The skin appears luminously smooth, translucent, and intensely hydrated," explains Dr. Emmaline Ashley.
Newsweek reporter Leonie Helm had skin booster injections to see if it would help her 'lifelong dry skin'.
The Kardashians have been raving about Sea Moss. But, what is it, and does it work? Newsweek spoke to a woman who claims it cleared her acne in one week.
A new study has revealed the best and worst cities in the U.S. for skin health by measuring UV light, pollution and water hardness.
Do you have Dry Skin? Or are you trying to diminish those fine lines? Top dermatologist Dr. Emmaline Ashley revealed to Newsweek what products she uses.
"I wondered if I could see them on my own eyelashes, so I plucked a few out and looked at the roots," @gud_morning_dave, who posted the video, told Newsweek.
"One works 60 hours a week and the other stays at home," said one commenter.
From Charlotte Tilbury to MAC, a skincare expert picks the best deals.
Hyaluronic acid has become a staple in some skincare routines, but what does it actually do for your skin, and does it serve as an anti-aging product?
Two leading aesthetic practitioners spoke to Newsweek about the revolutionary treatment that can leave you looking like the best version of yourself.
The "Real Housewives of New York City" alum said on her podcast that skincare shouldn't be gendered.
The woman had been traveling in Central and South America when she was infected with botfly larvae, which emerged from her skin five weeks later.