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Someone once said that youth was wasted on the young. And with each new wrinkle that forms, most of us start to see the truth in that saying. Imagine if we could know what we know today, but still looked like we did back then?
Well, there’s no magic fountain of youth or a perfect solution for breakouts and less-than-pristine skin. But there are skin care blogs that can answer your burning skin care questions and give you the advice that might just help you put your best face forward. Here are the ones to add to your must-follow list.
Dr. Cynthia Bailey Skin Care
Dr. Bailey is a board-certified dermatologist from California wine country. She has over 25 years of experience helping over 13,000 patients with skin care problems, from rosacea to acne and everything in between — including those pesky wrinkles. She’s been blogging since 2009 with the hopes of helping everyone with skin issues, but there’s a special focus on middle-aged women here. Visit the blog.
The Love Vitamin
Tracy Raftl is on a mission to help anyone who deals with acne. She’s been there, done that, and come out the other side with clear skin that any person would envy. Her before and after pictures will astound you. And the tips she shares on The Love Vitamin might just change your life. Which is really her whole goal: to help others with acne join her clear skin revolution! Visit the blog.
NewBeauty: Skin Care
The NewBeauty Skin Care blog aims to answer any of the skin care questions you’ve ever had. They cover everything from adult acne and exfoliators to hair removal and self-tanners. This is a space with multiple contributors who all lend their expertise to help you have the best skin possible. Visit the blog.
No doubt you’ve heard of Allure magazine, but you may not know about the extensive skin care section they host on their website. Covering acne, aging, and more, you can find expert advice and reviews on the latest and greatest products here. You’ll want to bookmark this site. Visit the blog.
Sure, DermStore has all kinds of products to purchase. But their blog also offers skin care advice from doctors and beauty experts designed to give you that dewy glow you’re searching for. Here you can find beauty tutorials, dermatologist product reviews, and anti-aging tips to keep your skin looking fresh and clear. Visit the blog.
As an aesthetician with over a decade’s worth of experience, Jenni Raincloud is passionate about both skin care and makeup. She also feels strongly about helping you ditch the toxins in your beauty products. That’s why you’ll find advice on how to create your own products here that actually work. There are also tips on finding effective and safe over-the-counter products. Visit the blog.
Banish Skin Care Blog
If you haven’t heard of the Banish skin care line, you might want to check it out. It was created by Daisy, a woman who got her first pimple in third grade and went on to deal with years of skin issues. She now uses her line, and her blog, to teach people about using organic products to clean and heal their skin. Visit the blog.
Amber considers her blog an escape from reality, mostly because she daydreams about all things beauty all the time. So, why not make a hobby of writing about it? Daydreaming Beauty provides reviews and coupons for the latest and greatest products as well as tips on managing all kinds of skin issues. Visit the blog.
DERMA-E is a skin care line that started small with just one product: vitamin E moisturizing cream sold in a small health food store in California. The product caught on, and they’ve since launched many more products, as well as a blog that provides tips on slowing aging, treating eczema, firming skin, and more. Visit the blog.
Green People’s Blog
Green People really started in 1994. That’s when Charlotte Vehtz set out to create a truly organic skin care line for her daughter, who suffered from skin allergies and eczema. Today, they’re one of the most beloved natural skin care lines in the United Kingdom. Their blog explores all things related to keeping your skin clear and glowing the natural way. Visit the blog.
Tea with MD
Joyce is a dermatologist-in-training who wants to bring her passion for quality skin care to the masses. She considers writing her creative outlet, and even took a year off from medical school to pursue medical journalism. With Tea with MD, she combines her passions and experiences, sharing the latest in health and beauty news. Visit the blog.
Elizabeth describes herself as a hippie disguised in J. Crew. As a lifestyle editor by trade, she founded Beauty Bets in 2009 with the intention of sharing candid product reviews and trusted beauty advice. Today, the site has expanded to include three other contributors who all bring their own experience and expertise to the table. Visit the blog.
A Model Recommends
As the title suggests, A Model Recommends is where model Ruth Crilly shares all her favorite skin care and beauty advice. While she’s been an international fashion model for over 10 years, she also considers herself a writer and beauty insider, and loves sharing all the things she’s learned along the way with her readers. Visit the blog.
One Love Organics
One Love is a company all about producing natural, ethical, and environmentally driven cosmetics created by skilled cosmetic artisans. On their blog, they help their readers decode cosmetic ingredient labels, eat for beauty, and give up their skin care faux pas. Visit the blog.
Natural Beauty Workshop
The Natural Beauty Workshop is a spinoff from the brand From Nature with Love. They share insightful articles, inspirational recipes, and detailed product ingredient profiles. Consider the blog a resource for improving your own skin care and learning more about the beauty industry. Visit the blog.
Leah Campbell is a writer and editor living in Anchorage, Alaska. She’s a single mother by choice after a serendipitous series of events led to the adoption of her daughter. Leah is also the author of the book “Single Infertile Female” and has written extensively on the topics of infertility, adoption, and parenting. You can connect with Leah via Facebook, her website, and Twitter.