The 10 Best SkinCeuticals Products, According to Editors

The 'Marie Claire' team swears by these serums, moisturizers, and treatments.

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Of all of the skincare brands out there, few are as universally loved as SkinCeuticals. From cult-favorite face serums to a range of retinol creams, editors, celebrities, and dermatologists alike sing the medical-grade brand's praises.

Simply put, few other brands handle skincare the way SkinCeuticals does skincare. For starters, the brand is truly backed by science, meaning every product has been extensively researched and clinically tested to ensure next-level results. Another trait I love about SkinCeuticals is its commitment to transparency: For each product listed on its site, you can read up on the science behind its key ingredients and a full ingredient list. (That way, you know exactly what you're putting on your face.) A vast majority of their products are free of parabens, fragrances, alcohol, and dyes, while all of their products use pharmaceutical-grade ingredients.

Another major win for the brand? Their massive inventory. Whether you're dealing with acne, dryness, or signs of aging, SkinCeuticals has a collection of products to address your concern. To ease you into their vast array of products, Marie Claire editors gathered our absolute favorite products, along with top-rated picks for you to try. On this list, you'll find top-notch moisturizers, eye creams, cleansers, and a bunch of serums that guarantee results for any skin type or concern.

Brooke Knappenberger
Associate Commerce Editor

Brooke Knappenberger is the Associate Commerce Editor at Marie Claire, where she writes across the board from fashion and beauty to books and celebrities. As a pop culture junkie, Brooke obsessively consumes and writes about the latest movie releases, streaming TV shows, and celebrity scandals. She has over three years of experience writing on fashion, beauty, and entertainment and her work has appeared on Looper, NickiSwift, The Sun US, and Vox Magazine of Columbia, Missouri. Brooke obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism with an emphasis on Magazine Editing and has a minor in Textile and Apparel Management.