Natasha Hughes Could there be a way of getting away with not wearing sunscreen?
Julia Teen Sunscreen and Vitamin D - new research proves that the two can go hand-in-hand.
How the rays damage our skin
Sarah Berry An artist has captured how ultraviolet rays really damage skin, and how sunscreen should never be foresaken.
Cheap and simple
Rachel Clun They might earn millions of dollars a year, but celebrities are no strangers to cheap beauty fixes.
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).
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...
Eleanor Pendleton Cancer Council Australia launches its latest range of sun protection cosmetics in a bid to make applying sunscreen easy, practical and fashionable.
Cassy Small Make 2014 your most beautiful year yet. Here are our suggestions for some beauty resolutions you're going to want to keep.
Debra D. Bass The latest beauty 'wonder drug' is probably already a resident in your kitchen cupboard.
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.
Cassy Small While our desire to defy age and improve our appearance will not change, the methods in which we do this will.
Natasha Silva-Jelly We've trawled supermarkets and chemists for the 50 top value-for-money beauty products. This week: skincare.
Natasha Hughes Cosmetic treatments are a waste of time if the home beauty regime's patchy, says a plastic surgeon.
Natasha Silva-Jelly We've searched high and low for products that work without breaking the bank. This week: body and bath.
Natasha Hughes Product ingredients can be highly effective but very confusing - so which ones count?
Natasha Silva-Jelly Make-up and beauty treatments that are big on results and low on cost.
Sarah Berry "Breakthrough" claims by cosmetic companies aren't all they're cracked up to be, according to a new study.
Natasha Hughes It's time to get something off my chest - with skin brighteners.
Natasha Hughes The sun is even worse for us than we thought, the new SPF50+ notwithstanding.
Natasha Hughes Foundation should do for a flawless party face, shouldn't it?