20 Top-Rated Skincare Products from Sephora and More
Finding the regimen of products that works perfectly for your skin can be a total roller coaster. But we can all agree that from anti-aging products to quick-fix eye patches, the moment you uncover your soul-mate product, it’s all worth it. Well, prepare for that magical connection to happen 20 times over, thanks to these products’ rave reviews at Sephora, Ulta, and DermStore. Keep scrolling for the top-rated skincare products according to beauty addicts themselves — they might just end your hunt for the perfect beauty and skincare products for good.
1. Simple Micellar Makeup Removing Wipes ($7): These gentle, cleansing wipes are literal face-savers that Ulta shoppers go gaga for. Whether you’re on-the-go or feeling lazy, even waterproof makeup won’t stand a chance against the micellar water-infused cloths.
2. La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Make-Up Remover ($28): Adios, morning-after raccoon eyes. This cult-favorite eye makeup remover is an all-star beauty product — earning a perfect rating by DermStore users — and will banish every last trace of that lingering mascara from your eyes.
3. Eve Lom Cleanser ($50): Lom developed the first facial cleansing balm of its kind, and the response has been totally in favor. Bonus: It’s famous for its ability to be kind to every skin type and gets rave reviews from the beauty addicts shopping at Sephora and Derm Store.
4. Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil ($48): Meet Japan’s skincare secret that has been flying off the shelves at Sephora. Camellia oil is the most potent source of antioxidants among botanically derived oils, so just one pump will wipe it all away and rejuvenate along the way.
5. Sothys Paris Hydra 3Ha Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Cream ($75): This anti-aging superstar is def worth a shot if you’d like a complexion that’s K-Beauty-level amazing. The hyaluronic acid hydrates and plumps for a flawless-looking base that’s been keeping SkinSentials shoppers happy for ages.
6. Charlotte Tillbury Charlotte’s Magic Cream ($100): When Tillbury patented and started selling the moisturizer she custom-blended for herself, it achieved cult-favorite status instantly among all retailers, including Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdale’s. Talk about a *must try.*
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7. Sunday Riley C.E.O. Rapid Flash Brightening Serum ($85): Featuring a form of vitamin C that is so potent it’s prescription-strength in Japan, this baby reverses sun damage, brightens skin tone, and can even help fight acne. Grab the Sephora-favorite line’s first anti-aging serum — STAT.
8. Skin Ceuticals C E Ferulic ($165): Not only will the little wonder deliver daily doses of anti-aging goodness, but it also resurfaces, smoothes, and balances complexions. This miraculous solution gets a perfect score in its reviews from DermStore and beyond.
9. The Ordinary Advanced Retinoid 2% ($10): This award-winning retinoid helps you say farewell to wrinkles while still being safe for sensitive skin. It gets a five-star rating from Beautylish and remains ultra-popular among shoppers.
10. Green Cream High Potency Retinol ($45): We get it — retinol’s harsh reputation for causing irritation and flaking can be a bit scary. But DermStore users recommend this extra-gentle form that will give your skin all the resurfacing and repairing benefits of retinol, sans disturbance.
11. Jurlique Skin Balancing Face Oil ($50): This blend harnesses the incredible skin-nourishing properties of Jojoba oil, vitamins E and A, and shea butter to transform your skin’s texture over time. Sephora and DermStore fanatics swear by the at-home treatment.
12. Tata Harper Beautifying Face Oil ($68): From Sephora to Saks, beauty-lovers can’t stop raving about the non-toxic, ultra-hydrating facial oil released by Tata Harper. The fast-absorbing formula can be added to your daily serum or used at night for silky-smooth skin in the morning.
13. Caolion Blackhead Steam Pore Pack Premium ($36): Deep-clean your entire face of blackheads and white heads, or use this steam pack to target-treat oversized pores in your pesky T-zone area. Any way you use it, this nifty find from the beauty geniuses at Peach & Lily will be a game changer.
14. Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial ($80): OMFG. This at-home peel has Sephora-shoppers ecstatic over its hardcore exfoliation treatment to reveal a baby-soft complexion underneath. *Ahhhh.*
15. Youth to the People Age Prevention Superfood Eye Cream ($35): The California-based line created this all-natural, superfood-powered eye cream. It’s unbelievably smooth, moisturizing, and soothing to apply, so it’s no wonder their products keep selling out at Sephora.
16. Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask ($20): You’ll never deal with dry, flaky, chapped lips ever again if you scoop up this nighttime lip mask. Pucker up, ladies, because the beautifully inclined shoppers at Peach & Lily have spoken, and this new product is a must-try.
17. By Terry Baume De Rose ($60): This luxurious lippie is pricey, but it’s literally the crème de la crème of pout care. And really, can’t we all use an excuse to invest in a rose beauty product? Space NK shoppers definitely think so.
18. Skyn Iceland Hydro-Cool Firming Eye Gels ($30): These wonders are exactly what your eyes are begging for after a week of nine-to-fives. The cooling, hydrogel patches are customer-favorites at Ulta and DermStore, staying in place as they soothe — and smooth — your worries away.
19. Slip Silk Eye Mask ($45): Made to protect the delicate skin around your eyes from any friction caused by less-than-pure-silk pillowcases, this gem is a girly girl’s nighttime BFF. If you don’t trust us, see what the shoppers at Bloomingdale’s have to say and then give this luxe find a try.
20. Slip Embroidered Silk Queen Pillowcase ($80): Beauty pillowcases are a real thing and Sephora shoppers love this anti-aging game-changer. Made from high-quality mulberry silk, this pillowcase will keep your skin moisturized and your hair split-end free while you snooze.
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