Your Favorites: The Skincare Products Byrdie Readers Can't Stop Buying
We’re always telling you what we’re loving and buying, and every now and then we like to turn the tables and see what you’re snatching up. We already know MAC Lipstick tops your list of lip color loves. Scroll through to find out what skincare products Byrdie readers can’t stop buying!
Natural Green Brand Tepezcohuite Cream ($21)
Salma Hayek loves the impossible-to-pronounce miracle ingredient tepezcohuite, and so do Byrdie readers. Tepezcohuite is used in Mexico to treat burn victims because it heals and renews skin. It’s not an ingredient you commonly find, but this cream delivers.
Hansderma Skincool Ice Roller At-Home for Face and Body Massage ($30)
Feeling puffy? Never—you’ve got your ice roller. Far more soothing than dunking your face into an ice bath, the ice roller puts an end to puffiness. One Byrdie mentioned she loved using it to soothe allergy-induced eye pain.
TruSkin Naturals Professional Vitamin C Serum ($20)
If you’re not already using a vitamin C serum, you probably haven’t been reading Byrdie. Dermatologists, estheticians, and beauty editors have been singing the praises of the skin-brightening, free radical–fighting ingredient on the pages of Byrdie for years. Which is probably why Byrdie readers are all over this organic vitamin C, vitamin E, and hyaluronic acid serum that’s only $20.
Thayers Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel With Aloe Vera ($10)
Skip pricey toners and just use witch hazel instead. Ginger Rogers reportedly swore by the anti-inflammatory natural astringent. Byrdie readers can’t get enough of the stuff either.
Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay ($8)
Bentonite clay is one of those natural clays you find in dozens of detoxifying face masks. However, savvy Byrdie readers know you don’t have to shell out the big bucks for the latest deep pore-cleansing mask. You can just pick up an $8 tub of Aztec Secret, which incidentally happens to be one of the worst-kept beauty secrets out there—as evidenced by more than 5000 reviews on Amazon.
Bioderma Sensibio H2O ($18)
When we found out French women don’t wash their faces, we quickly followed suit and jumped on the micellar water train. And so did you. This French pharmacy staple with a cult following cleans skin and removes makeup without stripping away moisture or causing irritation—no wonder it’s a Byrdie reader favorite.
Revision Intellishade SPF 45 Matte ($38)
We must say we were quite pleased to find a sunscreen on the list of Byrdie readers’ most-purchased products. This one moisturizes while delivering a matte, pore-minimizing finish. What’s not to love? Get it online, or use the brand's locator to find out where you can purchase it in your area.
Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers ($12)
Tatcha’s blotting papers have landed on the pages of Byrdie numerous times. And for one very simple reason: They’re the best. They sop up excess shine while leaving our makeup perfectly in place. We’ve been stocking our desks and handbags with them for years, and it seems you have, too.
Have you tried any of these products? Leave your reviews in the comments below!