Which OTC Skincare Products Really Work? Dermatologists Weigh In

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We polled top dermatologists and plastic surgeons to see which skincare products they personally recommend and use. No appointment or co-pay required!

Best skin calmer

“I encourage my patients to add an antioxidant layer to their skin regimen, like YourGoodSkin Balancing Skin Concentrate. Antioxidants work to calm and protect the skin by preventing oxidative cellular damage due to environmental stressors, the sun, and even internal stress. This one comes from a fantastic new and affordable product line, Your Good Skin, and contains a combination of several potent antioxidants, including vitamin C, vitamin E, and green tea extract. I’ve been using it recently and find it feels great on and makes my skin calmer and less reactive.” —Jacqueline Berliner, MD, of Marmur Medical in New York City. These are the 17 skin-care tips dermatologists use on themselves.

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