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The 28 Best Skincare Products of 2020, According to Health Editors

Our team rounded up the best skincare products of the year.
By Lisa DeSantis
September 11, 2020
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  • Murad Clarifying Oil-Free Water Gel
    Even oily-skin types need moisturizer, since dehydrated skin can produce more oil to compensate (it’s a bad cycle!). This lightweight, noncomedogenic gel quenches skin’s thirst while calming irritation. Salicylic acid helps fight acne, adds Michelle Henry, MD, a dermatologist in New York City.
  • Tatcha The Water Cream
    The Japanese botanical-rich cream is great for all skin types, says Dr. Jaliman. We love its unique feel upon application: When you start rubbing it in, you’ll experience a water-bursting sensation— that’s the sign that the ingredients (green tea, rice, and algae) are penetrating the skin.
  • Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream Light
    The British makeup artist’s OG Magic Cream was beloved for its intense plumping and glow-boosting effects but was too rich for some. Meet its new baby sister— a lighter, more mattifying formula with the same skin-loving qualities plus SPF 20, perfect for oilier skin and warmer-weather use.
  • ZitSticka Hyperfade
    Pimples stink, but it’s the lingering dark marks that can really get you down. This patch contains 24 self-dissolving microdarts that push brightening ingredients like niacinamide right where you need them. Place one on clean, dry skin for two hours. “The patch protects from further irritation,” points out Dendy Engelman, MD, a dermatologist in New York City and Health Advisory Board member, “providing a sealed environment for skin to heal itself.”

This article originally appeared in the October 2020 issue of Health Magazine. Click here to subscribe today!

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