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We all have it, and despite the fact that it regenerates, our skin gives many of us a hard time and all of us wrinkles, eventually.
Taking care of your skin means different things to different people — our complexions are unique, after all. Fortunately, there are countless resources online for us all to make use of, whether we’re affected by dry or oily skin, acne, rosacea, or aging.
From doctors to DIY-ers, the web is filled with folks who have tried and tested the many approaches to skin care. We’ve rounded up some of the very best!
Dr. Bailey’s Skin Health and Wellness Blog
Dr. Cynthia Bailey is a practicing dermatologist and breast cancer survivor. She blogs on her website about dermatology and shares her expertise and experiences for patients and people around the world. She definitely has something for everyone, but many of her posts are specific to middle-aged women. She has done a few posts on adult acne in women, and she always touches on good anti-aging practices and treatments.
The Love Vitamin
Tracy Raftl lived with acne for much of her life, but she doesn’t worry about it any longer. She tried everything, including over-the-counter and prescription solutions. It was through trial and error that she learned that natural approaches helped the most. Her blog, The Love Vitamin, has a huge following and community. Not only can you read about what worked for Tracy, you can also see how her advice has helped countless other women.
NewBeauty: Skin Care
NewBeauty is an all-beauty website and blog, but their skin care section is what we’re interested in here. On that page you can read about over-the-counter skin care solutions for all skin types. You can also read about celebrity skin care routines.
You may be familiar with Allure magazine, but did you know they have exclusive content and articles on their website, too? They share a ton of helpful and worthwhile information in their dedicated skin care section, including an entire section devoted to acne. They discuss drugs, topical solutions, makeup, dermatologists, and personal stories from women dealing with skin care issues.
AcnEase’s Acne Treatment Blog
Sometimes, the best blogs for skin care come from the folks who make skin care products. Case in point: AcnEase. This company makes a series of botanical acne treatments, and their blog is jam-packed with worthwhile posts. Their blog isn’t limited to selling their products. On the contrary, they share useful information whether or not you’re lining up to buy.
Curious about the latest skin care fads or have questions about the products you’ve seen on television? Dermstore has a great collection of skin care posts on their blog, including everything from dietary advice to debunking skin care myths. Recently, we enjoyed the post about why you should avoid using old cosmetics. Trust us, if you have a collection of makeup from months or even years ago, you’ll want to check this out.
Jenni Raincloud is an aesthetician and has been tackling skin care for over a decade. You can trust that the advice you’ll find here is based on sound experience and knowledge. She focuses specifically on natural lifestyle approaches to overall health and wellness. As well as tips and advice, you’ll also find DIY recipes for making your own calendula eye balm, infused oils, and more.
Banish’s Skin Care Blog
If you have acne, you know it can cause problems that are far more than skin-deep. Banish is a skin care product line focused specifically on helping people fight acne. But the blog isn’t only for selling their wares. You’ll find tons of great information and supportive people, as well as stories from people going through experiences similar to yours.
Amber is a beauty and skin care blogger who shares product reviews on everything from makeup to pimple creams. With each post, she talks about the product and what her experiences were using it, or why it’s on her list of things to try. We think this is an excellent blog for folks who are on the hunt for the perfect skin care products.
Do you know what ingredients you should look for when choosing a body scrub? We didn’t either until we read about it at DERMAdoctor. This blog is an excellent source of medically rich information — everything from product advice to how to treat large pores. Learn the best products to keep in your gym bag and beauty tips for even the busiest people.
DERMA E’s Blog
DERMA E is a skin care company that got its start selling a vitamin E cream in natural health stores. It has since expanded to be one of the largest skin care lines in the country. Their blog is a great place for skin care information, whether you’re a customer or not. Sure, you can learn about their products there, but they also offer interesting educational posts and skin care guidance.
Odylique, which has been active for 30 years, is a skin care company dedicated to caring for skin with all-natural ingredients. They focus on sensitive skin, so you won’t find allergens in their products. You’ll also notice this focus on sensitive skin in their comprehensive blog that features posts on topics like itchy scalp, sunburn relief, dry skin, and more.
Green People’s Blog
Another great example of a skin care company that isn’t only interested in selling products, Green People wants to educate you on how best to care for your skin, no matter your skin type. Posts cover everything from the benefits of organic ingredients to the causes and treatments of certain skin care conditions like eczema and rosacea.
Dermascope’s Community Blogs
Dermascope is a magazine written specifically for skin care professionals and has been around for over 40 years. From how to avoid wrinkles to what’s causing them, their blog is packed with useful information. You’ll find great tips, whether you’re a dermatologist, skin therapist, or simply someone who wants to take better care of their skin.
Dear Kitty Kittie Kath
Katherine Rivera is a beauty blogger who has a special affinity for natural and organic skin care. On her blog, you’ll find many beauty topics and ample space devoted to skin care. In addition to providing extensive product reviews, she provides helpful tips, like how to manage acne or how to protect skin from sun damage. She also shares advice that will help you glow from within.
Tea with MD
Dr. Joyce is an NYC beauty blogger and dermatologist. You can read about her journey in medicine on her blog, as well as her latest product trials and reviews, how she manages her own skin care routine, and information she’s learning about in school. Recently she dedicated a post to Korean beauty products, a fad that’s taking off across the globe.