A new report confirms that more cosmetic products are causing health problems, specifically on the skin.
A recent study suggests that indoor tanning, a main cause of skin cancer contributes to $343 million direct medical cost for treatment in the US.
Nearly 1.8 million surgical cosmetic procedures and about 15.5 million minimally invasive ones were performed in the US last year.
Makeup and skincare, or any other beauty regimens, have the potential to be more than just a hobby or a part of a daily appearance management.
Cosmetic surgery procedures went down by 40% in 2016. Breast enlargement is the most popular procedure for women and rhinoplasty were most popular for men.
A 54-year-old woman was left blind in one eye and has her face disfigured after having botched dental fillers.
Is black still beautiful?
Mood swings are something that almost all women experience owing to the menstrual cycles. However, apart from the happy and the sad days, there are also shopping, eating days for a woman in a month, says a latest research. The study suggests that there are days in a month when a woman is more likely to shop, spend on her appearance or perhaps eat more- all depending on the hormonal fluctuations.
Living close to the sea is not just good for the scenic beauty, but it is also good for the health, say researchers from Devon and Cornwall.
Growing number of teenaged girls and women are chasing the idea of 'perfect looks,' thanks to the media portrayal of the 'beautiful' women.
A preserved human body is seen on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center April 2, 2012.
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center April 2, 2012.
A visitor stands behind a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center April 2, 2012.
Middle school boys rated reading more valuable as an activity after two months of using an e-reader, according to a new study.
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage to a client using an African snail at a beauty salon in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk March 23, 2012.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.