By Healthista Expert Blogger
Our beauty diet series continues with nutritionist Olga Hamilton - this week, foods to eat if you have pimples
by Healthista Expert Blogger
Acne on teenage skin is a tricky thing. This step-by-step guide will show you what you can do to help treat young complexions.
That spot or itch you get when you’re under pressure are not your imagination. There’s a strong link between stress and your skin – but you can beat it
Partnership Post byAnna Magee
Dr Anjali Mahto - who suffered with adult acne herself - answers the most burning questions on how to get healthier skin
Exactly what your symptoms mean from mouth ulcers to eye twitches, nail ridges to pimples and how to get rid
byMaira Hermann Zeh
The best foods to eat for the most common ailments are outlined in Dr Sarah Brewer's new book, Eat Well Stay Well. From bad breath to painful periods, we have you covered for the most beneficial foods
Choosing the best oil to add to your skin regime can be a mystery. Expert Sarah Flower shares what each skin type will benefit from as well as diet tips
Ella is a young woman battling severe acne. In her second blog post she talks about her first consultation with internationally renowned dermatologist, Dr. Nick Lowe, and her new skincare routine Hey Everyone! If you have read my first post, I
byLorna Van Baar
Ella is a young woman battling severe acne. She has called upon internationally renowned dermatologist, Dr. Nick Lowe, to help her in overcoming her skin's condition. This is the first in a series of posts that will follow Ella's skin journey
What are the best creams for problem skin? From winter dryness to eczema or bothersome breakouts, Healthista's Vicky Hadley talks to the experts and finds the best potions to help
Even after your teenage years have passed, acne can still rear its ugly head. Luckily, Ada Ooi, the founder and CEO of 001 Skincare, has these tips on getting rid of adult acne — and keeping it away.
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