Caroline Zielinski Thai face slapping massages, vampire facials and toe-besity plastic surgery. The wacky beauty treatments people were getting this year.
They might be amongst the most beautiful people alive, but that doesn't prevent problem skin. These stars have all battled acne and bad breakouts.
Forget expensive creams, here's a low-cost wrinkle treatment that works.
Julia Teen Beauty fact or fiction? We talk to the experts about separating hard truths from common misconceptions.
Sarah Berry "Breakthrough" claims by cosmetic companies aren't all they're cracked up to be, according to a new study.
Natasha Hughes Cosmetic treatments are a waste of time if the home beauty regime's patchy, says a plastic surgeon.
Sarah Berry Scientists raise the alarm over use of banned toxins in Australian cosmetics.
What to eat - and what to avoid - for a radiant, youthful complexion.
Beverly Parungao In the US, cosmetic procedures for men increased by 22 per cent from 2002 to the end of 2012, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons says.
Cassy Small While our desire to defy age and improve our appearance will not change, the methods in which we do this will.
Think before you ink
Jessica Martin 34 per cent of tattooed Australians wish they hadn't been permanently stamped.
Going too far
There is now a new cosmetic surgery trend in Hollywood, which is being dubbed the Clone Face.
Watch and learn
Cassy Small Among the cat videos and clips of kids falling over on YouTube there is a goldmine of beauty advice.
Shelly Horton There are plenty of weird and wonderful beauty treatments out there - nightingale poo facials, tiny fish that eat the dead skin off your feet, but this latest craze is fang-tastic.
Global good looks
Cassy Small Take inspiration from some of the world's most beautiful women and learn some unique beauty secrets to add to your own tool kit.
Winnie Salamon In computers they call it "waving a dead chicken", a ritual that makes a person feel better even though they know it's not going to lead to any tangible results.
Sarah Berry The way we nourish ourselves internally with food, behaviours and beliefs has an undeniable knock-on effect externally.
Shelly Horton ‘‘You should get your eyebrows tattooed.’’ Wait. What?
An 18-year-old, who suffers from cystic acne, starts by revealing her bare scarred skin. She then takes viewers through a step-by-step guide to disguising the marks.
Mutton vs lamb
Shelly Horton Women of any age should be able to wear their hair as they damn well please.