Home > Medical > Skin Health > Caring for your skin Caring for your skin All sections in Skin » About Skin » Age and Your Skin » Caring for your Skin » Eczema » FAQs » Health Tips » Healthy Hair » Skin News » Real-life Story » Seasons in the Sun » Skin Cancer » Your Skin and the Sun Have you used skin lighteners? Take this quick survey to participate in important research into the use of skin lightening products in South Africa. A breakthrough skincare range Dermalex, a clinically proven skin care range is now available in leading pharmacies across South Africa. 5 steps to blemish-free healthy skin Thought those embarrassing breakouts would go the same way of teenage angst and strict curfews? As it turns out, adult acne is becoming increasingly common. Talk Body Talk forum » Ask CyberDoc » Test Micronutrient reference tool » Like Health24 on Facebook » 10 beauty myths busted What's your signature smile? Banish dry winter skin Has the winter been taking its toll on your skin? Dry skin is a common complaint at this time of the year when lower humidity and lower temperatures result in drier air. What's behind the scar? We get them virtually from anything. Acne scars, burn scars, surgical scars, accident scars and the dreaded stretch marks. Scarring is a natural part of the healing process. What are varicose veins? The term ‘varicose’ is derived from the Greek word for ‘grape-like’. Varicose veins are dilated blood vessels that are visible and at times can be felt. DIY skin care remedies Your skin is your body’s biggest organ and to keep it healthy and radiant the quickest, most efficient skin care remedies are already in your cupboard and refrigerator. Show us your piercing Like tattoos, body piercing has become a popular trend. Show us your piercing and tell your story. Show us your tattoo Have you joined the tattoo trend? Show us your ink and tell your story. Stretch marks and how they appear Stretch marks, also called striae, are narrow, streak-like depressions of the skin that form in areas of dermal damage produced by stretching of the skin. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.