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Sarah Berry A new study suggests you can you pick a smoker by the condition of their skin.
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.
Julia Teen Beauty fact or fiction? We talk to the experts about separating hard truths from common misconceptions.
Forget expensive creams, here's a low-cost wrinkle treatment that works.
Sarah Berry Scientists raise the alarm over use of banned toxins in Australian cosmetics.
Natasha Hughes Cosmetic treatments are a waste of time if the home beauty regime's patchy, says a plastic surgeon.
Sarah Berry "Breakthrough" claims by cosmetic companies aren't all they're cracked up to be, according to a new study.
What to eat - and what to avoid - for a radiant, youthful complexion.
Olivia Bergin Donatella Versace doppelganger Lady Gaga is laid bare in new images that reveal what her campaign looked like before retouchers got their hands on it
Rachel Clun We are all guilty of hoarding old beauty products. From the dozens of different shampoos, conditioners and moisturisers we've tried and abandoned, to eye shadows and nail polishes bought years ago...
Nedahl Stelio The Face star lets us in on all her look-good tricks.
Age is not the full picture
Livia Gamble Australian women might not be ageing as gracefully as they think.
Beauty: Is it worth it?
Nedahl Stelio It hits me when I'm going to see a gig for the first time in years (Phoenix at the Hordern, they were brilliant).
Sarah Berry A British teen has tried to kill himself after becoming obsessed with taking the "perfect" selfie.
Beauty bag must-haves
Eleanor Pendleton Eleanor Pendleton reveals the must-haves beauty editors favour.
Cheap and simple
Rachel Clun They might earn millions of dollars a year, but celebrities are no strangers to cheap beauty fixes.
Beauty in a flash
Cassy Small Looking good needn't take long. From top to toe, there's a range of products and slick manoeuvres that can have you out the door and looking great in no time.
Snail mucus, anyone?
Eleanor Pendleton From bee venom to snail mucus, we look at some of the weird and wonderful ingredients appearing in beauty products.
Sarah Berry New research shows how make-up influences how we are perceived and how we perceive ourselves. It also highlights some concerning aspects of our culture.
Debra D. Bass The latest beauty 'wonder drug' is probably already a resident in your kitchen cupboard.