For dudes of all kinds: Ideas for looking and feeling good.
You don’t have to look far to find a line of skin-care products that delivers gorgeous results.
You can look your best with a little help from technology.
Let’s face it, facial fuzz is growing on men for a variety of reasons.
Looking to get in shape in 2011 (but not motivated enough to stick with a gym routine)? Hit the ground running with fitness accessories and workout equipment for home use.
A Winter Park makeup artist unveils her own cosmetics line.
What’s the right type of yoga for you? Read om.
For the thoroughly modern male, beauty is a product of necessity.
Here’s how to set a steady pace to become a runner.
Here’s the down and dirty on using mud or clay to beautify skin.
Thinking of enhancing your natural assets? Here’s what you need to know about breast augmentation.
Still want that golden glow? Stay out of the sun and away from tanning beds, and try these safer alternatives.
Many flowers have what it takes to hydrate, soothe and even heal skin.
Organic skin-care products are good for your body—and the environment.
Nonsurgical methods battle the folds and lines of aging.
The natural gift of bees has a well-earned reputation as a health and beauty elixir.
Advances in liposuction offer faster results and less trauma over the original fat-reduction procedure.
What’s that smell? New perfumes and classic fragrances are in the air.
Our intrepid reporter reviews special treatments at six Orlando-area spas. Tough job, but she had to do it.
Don't make it up as you go along. Here are beauty products that help you reveal and conceal.
But you don’t have to be. Improved treatments can eliminate spider and varicose veins along with the discomfort they can cause.
An ounce or two of prevention can help shield your hair from the dog days of summer.
Michelle Obama’s unconcealed ‘guns’ inspire women to tone up their biceps and triceps.
Your feet keep you up and running every day. But what have you done for them lately?
Tim Quinn, makeup artist to the stars, shares 10 tricks of the trade.
Last month, DR. MEHMET OZ gave us tips for sleeping better. Here, he tackles a range of health issues, including vitamin D deficiencies and DNA testing—and, oh, yes, forgetfulness. Known as “America’s doctor,” Dr. Oz is a frequent guest onThe Oprah Winfrey Show, as well as the vice chair and a professor of surgery at Columbia University and the director of the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. He has written fourNew York Times bestsellers, and this month his latest book, You: Being Beautiful, arrives in bookstores.
The future is bright for those seeking perfect pearly whites.