Ask the expert
Eleanor Pendleton New research has emerged on "skin-cell fatigue" and how it may – or may not – be tackled by beauty products.
Eleanor Pendleton At recent fashion shows make-up artists were calling foundation a dirty word. Find out why.
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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.
Sarah Berry "Breakthrough" claims by cosmetic companies aren't all they're cracked up to be, according to a new study.
Sarah Berry Scientists raise the alarm over use of banned toxins in Australian cosmetics.
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.
Natasha Hughes Cosmetic treatments are a waste of time if the home beauty regime's patchy, says a plastic surgeon.
What to eat - and what to avoid - for a radiant, youthful complexion.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling finds a new cult serum in the making and shows how it's easy being green with the latest nail polish hit colour
Purple lips and dirty hair
Jenna Clarke Once upon a time purple-tinged lips were a sign of hypothermia, now they are a symptom of the “Lorde effect”.
Super foods and beauty
Julia Teen Is what’s good for the body really good for the skin? That’s the question dermatologists are asking with the rise of trendy super foods turning up in our beauty products.
Eleanor Pendleton Cancer Council Australia launches its latest range of sun protection cosmetics in a bid to make applying sunscreen easy, practical and fashionable.
Not so ideal
Libby Hakim The popularity of treatments ranging from skin whitening creams to double eyelid surgery are pushed as evidence that many believe west is best when it comes to appearance.
Nedahl Stelio Is there a way to erase the "tired" from your face?
Fish, snails, beer and vampires
Rachel Clun People, it has been shown, will do the strangest things for beauty.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling is a willing guinea pig for a new wrinkle eradicating injectable, tracks down a favourite hot iron and gets travel ready with some cute kits
Radhika Sanghani Rihanna's latest perfume advert has been restricted by the UK ad watchdog because it's so 'provocative', but that's not why Radhika Sanghani is so grateful for this ruling.
On the rise
Eleanor Pendleton Forget going under the knife in the quest for younger looking skin. Now, the bulk of non-surgical procedures available are designed to restore a youthful appearance to the skin on an outpatient basis.