Want Skin Like All The Hottest Celebrities

From sunscreens to serums, here are a few of the in-style skin care products that celebrities are using to look beautiful.

Photo-of-skin-like-celebrity-LocateADocWith a 50 SPF and superior UVA protection, La Roche-Posay's Anthelios 50 Mineral Sunscreen is a skin care product that will keep you looking fantastic. Not only is it dermatologist-recommend to protect your skin from sun damage, the scent-free mixture of minerals creates a gorgeous luminous finish. Charlize Theron is rumored to swear by this stuff to keep her South African skin in top form.

To keep your skin looking radiant, consider SK-II LXP Ultimate Revival Cream. At $350 a bottle, the specialized formula blends vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that replenish skin structure.

Laura Prepon, of That 70's Show and Orange Is The New Black, has confessed to using Patyka's Huile Absolute Face and Body Serum to maintain her youthful glow. The serum can be applied on your face, hair, or body to strengthen and restore your skin.

Choosing the right foundation is incredibly important to build the look you want. That's why it's called foundation after all. Right now, the best bang for your buck is Laura Mercier's Foundation Primer Radiance. For only $30, this incredibly affordable dermatology primer enhances foundation while minimizing flaws such as pores.

The occasional blemish or zit happens to everyone. Minimize the occurrence of breakouts by using the Deep Cleansing Wash from Proactiv. Not only does it stave off flair ups, it actually reduces the irritation and appearance of zits if they do pop up.

If you have ever wondered how celebrities like Kaley Cuoco manage to always appear to be perfectly tanned, the secret is not Caribbean vacations or tanning beds. St. Tropez Gold Skin Illuminator will have you looking like you just returned from the islands after a single application.

Sure, some celebrities are simply born with near perfect skin, but in reality, the majority of them use products that are available to all of us and usually at fairly affordable prices. So, pick up one or more of these dermatology and skin care products and experience beautiful skin for yourself.

For more information on how to beautify your skin and which skin products are right for you, find a dermatologist in your area.

Further Reading

  • Up until now, dermatologists have been trying a variety of different skin removal techniques to get rid of precancerous skin lesions.

  • Topical agents, diet and certain medicines presented at the American Academy of Dermatology’s Summer Academy Meeting 2010 in Chicago is showing promise for preventing UV-induced skin cancer. Most skin cancers are caused by overexposure to ultraviolet radiation, and dermatologists are now encouraging the public to be conscientious about the amount of sun they are exposed to, and taking extra steps to use broad-spectrum sunscreen on a regular basis.

  • Individuals with a rare skin disease called recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB) can improve their condition with the transfer of bone marrow stem cells. A team of medical researchers has found that bone marrow stem cells can effectively treat the disease and help to repair the skin and speed up the healing process. This skin disease cannot be treated with conventional dermatology procedures.