3 dermatologist-approved skincare products that are trending on TikTok

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If we only had a few minutes with a dermatologist, probably one of the first things we would ask is what skincare products are actually worth the hype.

With thousands of products out on the market often promising the same thing, cutting through the noise to find which products are worth your dollars can be challenging.

In a recent viral TikTok, a dermatologist shared a few skincare products that are actually dermatologist-approved (and worthy of your coins).

These are the products they recommend, which you can inexpensively grab up right now.

Shop: The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%, $5.90

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This product reduces the sign of congestion in the skin while also balancing visible sebum (the stuff that makes you look oily). Also, it’s cruelty-free and vegan.

Shop: CeraVe Hydrating Micellar Water, $12.99

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The CeraVe micellar water cleanses, hydrates and restores your skin’s barrier with three essential ceramides that healthy skin needs. It’s also great for removing makeup and everyday usage.

Shop: La Roche-Posay Effaclar Adapalene Gel 0.1% Topical Retinoid Acne Treatment, $29.99

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Acne problems? No problem! The retinoid acne treatment helps clear and prevent blackheads, whiteheads, clogged pores and acne blemishes.

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