If you love beauty, you probably agree: skin-care tips are the best kind of tips — and thanks to social media, learning about the different products, regimens, and practices that make your skin behave the way that it does has become so much easier. There are plenty of experts and skin-care professionals that are currently using their platforms to educate those of us who don't have an aesthetician or facialist on speed dial on all things skin.

In case you're looking for some helpful advice on how to keep your skin looking healthy, hydrated, and glowy, read ahead to see which skin-care experts you need to add to your social media timelines immediately.


Nayamka Roberts-Smith

Known on social media as @labeautyologist, Roberts-Smith is a Los Angeles-based esthetician and owner of The Golden RX Skin Studio. She's gained a following in recent years for doling out tons of useful skin-care tips (have you tried oil cleansing yet?) on Twitter and YouTube.



Sean Garrette

Based in New York City, Sean Garrette is an aesthetician and founder of Sean Garrette Skin. With a client list and following primarily made up of Black women, Garrette built his following on Twitter and Instagram by giving honest reviews of some of the most popular skin-care products out there.


Candace Marino

Whether you're looking for advice on how to safely do an at-home extraction or if you need confirmation on why drinking water isn't the only key to healthy skin, Candace Marino has just about all the skin-care tips you're looking for. It doesn't hurt that she's also worked her magic on celebrities like Jackie Cruz, Chloe Grace-Moretz, and Miranda Kerr.



Tiara Willis

It's always nice to have an aesthetician who'll be honest with you, and that's exactly what you'll get if you follow Tiara Willis. She's a New York-based aesthetician and makeup artist who uses her platform to provide makeup and skin-care tips to women of color specifically.



Shani Darden

Not only does Shani Darden frequently take to her Instagram with all kinds of helpful skin-care tips — from educating her followers on the benefits of retinol to making videos on how to treat dark circles — she also has an entire line of products that you can shop.



Joanna Czech

Joanna Czech — along with her $850 facials — is the reason why so many of your favorite celebs have such glowy, red carpet-ready skin.



Renée Rouleau

Renée Rouleau is a trusted celebrity aesthetician who's gained a following thanks to her lineup of products that cater to nine specific skin types.


July 14, 2020 — Candace Marino