10 skincare products everyone is obsessing over

Thanks, Tik Tok.

A photo of the Starface Hydrostars next to a photo of the Schick Silk Touch-Up Multipurpose Exfoliating Dermaplaning Tool. Credit: Starface / Schick

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“One day you’re in, next you’re out.” Yes, Heidi Klum famously said that about fashion and the contestants of Project Runway, but it also applies to the beauty crazes that take over social media. If you’re tuned into sites such as Instagram, Twitter, and Tik Tok, you’ll recognize these trends, and maybe you’ve even incorporated them into your quarantine beauty routine. These 10 skincare products are what everyone is posting about right now—get ‘em while they’re hot.

1. A lip mask that moisturizes

Kocostar Lip Mask
Credit: Kocostar

Moisturize your lips with the Kocostar Lip Mask.

The obsession with lip treatments is already alive and well, thanks to the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask, which has over 9,000 rave reviews and is beloved in Bachelor Nation. But on social media sites like Tik Tok, people are changing up their routines with sheet mask-like versions of these conditioning lip products.

These lip masks from K-beauty brand Kocostar claim to nourish dry, chapped lips when you apply them for 20 minutes onto clean lips then pat in excess serum.

Get the Kocostar Lip Mask on Neiman Marcus for $28.50

2. An SPF that’ll make you want to wear sunscreen

Supergoop Glowscreen Sunscreen SPF 40
Credit: Supergoop

Give your skin a pearlescent glow while you protect it from the sun with the Supergoop Glowscreen Sunscreen SPF 40.

Sunscreen is always in style—or at least it should be. Depending on where you live, you’re heading into warmer months and hopefully spending more time outdoors, so if you’re not already on board with SPF, Supergoop just introduced a reason to be.

The Glowscreen Sunscreen claims to protect the skin from UVA and UVB rays with SPF 40, hydrate the skin using hyaluronic acid and B5, and leave a pearlescent, glowy finish to the skin.

Get the Supergoop Glowscreen Sunscreen SPF 40 on Sephora for $36

3. A clay mask that draws out impurities

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay
Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

Leave your skin feeling squeaky clean with the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay.

Maybe your normal routine doesn’t account for regular face mask usage, but you have extra time on your hands while you stay at home because of the coronavirus. That seems to be the theme on social media and masks like the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay are getting snatched up. The mega-popular clay mask claims to unclog pores, shrink pimples, and brighten your complexion in the process.

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Get the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay on Target for $7.99

4. A serum that peels your a good way

The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
Credit: The Ordinary

Chemically exfoliate your face using the The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution.

Not much of a mask person? There are other ways to rid your skin of impurities: namely, chemical exfoliation. This serum is all over Tik Tok because of its vibrant coloring (putting droplets of a blood-red substance on your face is entertaining, apparently) and the super-smooth feel it gives the skin. The solution claims to fight visible blemishes, improve the look of skin texture, and brighten the skin using three chemical exfoliants: glycolic, lactic, and salicylic acid.

Get the The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution on Sephora for $7.20

5. Dermaplaning tools to remove peach fuzz and dead skin

Schick Silk Touch-Up Multipurpose Exfoliating Dermaplaning Tool
Credit: Schick

Remove unwanted hair and dead skin with the Schick Silk Touch-Up Multipurpose Exfoliating Dermaplaning Tool.

Speaking of oddly satisfying beauty products, people are ditching facial waxing and traditional razors in favor of “dermaplaning” tools that claim to eliminate unwanted hair, like upper-lip whiskers or stray brow hairs. The tools use a single-edge blade to remove hair and exfoliate the skin’s surface of dead skin when you pull the skin taut and glide over it—and the results are satisfying to watch.

Get the Schick Silk Touch-Up Multipurpose Exfoliating Dermaplaning Tool on Amazon for $4.99

6. A jade roller that cools the skin

Herbivore Jade Facial Roller
Credit: Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser

Pamper your skin with the Herbivore Jade Facial Roller.

The jury is still out on how well—or if—jade rollers firm the skin, support lymphatic drainage, or promote healing. But what we do know is that they feel good to use. If you want to get in on the trend, snag a jade roller, like this one from Herbivore. Starting at the center of a freshly washed face, roll it upward and outward. The smooth, cool stone may help de-puff or tighten pores, but mostly it’ll just feel like a nice spa treatment for yourself.

Get the Herbivore Jade Facial Roller on Sephora for $30

7. Acne patches for stubborn zits

Starface Hydrostars
Credit: Starface

Zap your zits and look adorable doing it with the Starface Hydrostars.

Sets of acne patches are not new—they’re actually one of the more popular things to come out of K-beauty—but a newer brand is currently making waves on social media. Starface’s Hydrostars, which includes 32 hydrocolloid dressings that go over pimples, claim to absorb fluid and shield the spots from outside bacteria to promote healing.

Get the Starface Hydrostars on Starface for $22

8. A body scrub that also moisturizes

Herbivore Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish
Credit: Herbivore

Physically exfoliate your body while moisturizing it with the Herbivore Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish.

We’re seeing tons of people online making and buying body scrubs, whether it’s for a luxurious bath, an at-home manicure, or the precursor to self-tanning. This one from Herbivore uses sugar to exfoliate and coconut and Moroccan rose oils to hydrate the skin. It’ll leave your skin feeling silky smooth. Bonus: The jar will look pretty sitting on your shelf on the days you give your skin a break from exfoliation.

Get the Herbivore Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish on Sephora for $36

9. A body cream that smells good enough to eat

Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream
Credit: Sol de Janeiro

Moisturize all over with the Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream.

The Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream is already a cult-favorite at Sephora, but it especially revs up in popularity in the warmer months because it promises to smoothen and tighten the skin we all start exposing. Plus, the warm and spicy scent compliments the oncoming arrival of summer.

Get the Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream on Sephora for $45

10. Eye gels that make you look and feel more awake

Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels
Credit: Skyn Iceland

De-puff your eye area with the Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels.

Next time you’re feeling tired from, say, binging Tiger King in your newfound free time, look to eye gels for a pick-me-up. The Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels, which are “infused with Icelandic glacial water,” include elastin to firm the area, hexapeptide to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, Ginkgo Biloba to treat puffiness, and antioxidants to neutralize free radicals that are associated with aging. Besides the skin benefits, they feel cooling on the skin and are perfect for multi-tasking—just pop them under the eyes for 10 minutes while you, well, look up Joe Exotic memes.

Get the Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels on Ulta for $32

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