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Over the past couple of years, we have become quite wise with our skincare. No more mistakes of using advertised products not keeping your skin type/condition in mind. The era of making DIY (do it yourself) also seems like history now. Ask any dermatologists, all of them are strictly against rubbing those highly acidic lemons directly on our faces. Share with me in the comments below, what stunts you used to perform on your skin in the name of DIY skincare in past.
Coming out of scary nostalgia, skincare today is more about minimal ingredients in your products. Learning more about each ingredient and their need/ usage. No fragrance or essential oils especially in leave-in face skincare products. All of this information has reached common folks through dermatologists on different social media platforms, who used the medium to debunk skin care myths. Let us have a look at our top 5 favorite dermatologists on Youtube that you must follow for science-based skincare resolutions.
Dr. Vanita Rattan is an MBBS Doctor and cosmetic formulator for the skin of color/ brown skin. She has launched a lot of products targeted at issues that brown women face like pigmentation. Her Youtube channel is a weekly lesson in understanding the difference between Caucasian skin and the skin of color. She suggests different products, routines and treatments for the skin of color.
She also reviews a lot of emerging clean Indian skincare brands and in a layman’s language tells you how and why it works or it doesn’t. So make sure to check out her channel before buying the moisturizer whose advertisement you’re seeing thrice a day.
With over 7 million followers on Youtube, Dr. Sandra Lee is one of the most popular dermat on social media. She is a board-certified dermatologist, skin cancer and cosmetic surgeon. On this channel, she discusses common skin issues and cutting-edge cosmetic surgery techniques.
Dr Lee also discusses various skin diseases related to skin, hair and nails. There is abundant scientific information on problems like blackheads, acne, cysts, warts, botox, fillers and liposuction. Follow her to become an awoke skincare junkie.
Dr. Dray has 1.20 million subscribers on Youtube and she makes content on a lot of trending skincare subjects. Dr. Dray is a dermatologist and skincare enthusiast with a passion for skincare and a healthy lifestyle. Her topics and simple and to be the point, quite audience-friendly.
Dr Dray reviews a lot of high-end and drugstore skincare products. Listen to her to learn more about trending skincare terminology. With a lot of hacks and skincare advice, Dr. Dray is your go-to online dermatologist.
The Youtube channel Doctorly is run by two dermatologists Dr. Muneeb Shah and Dr. Luke Josiah. Muneeb is a known face on TikTok, Pinterest and Instagram for his short viral informative content regarding skin. Both the doctors test out famous trends on social media, review products and give recommendations.
Seeing a male face in the beauty industry is already a breath of fresh air. Plus their content is addictive for real, watch them yourself to learn better.
Davin Lim is a board-certified dermatologist based in Australia with over 572K followers on Youtube. His content focuses on cutting out the hype and mystery of the skincare industry. He covers topics like product reviews, DIY, skin procedures including lasers, peel, injectables and surgery.
Watch his videos to learn more about key skincare ingredients and a lot of information on common and not-so-common skincare woes.
Just like any other dermatologist, I will suggest you visit a nearby dermatologist if you have chronic skin issues or cystic acne and do not rely on the information that you are receiving from the internet. Be mindful of what you are applying to your skin, and soon your skin will love you back.