To get acquainted with the best skin care products in the game, one could easily scroll through Felicia Walker’s Instagram. Revered as a beauty authority and Editor in Chief of ThisThatBeauty, the blog that’s equivalent to a best friend who always knows where to find the latest products, Walker knows how to create an arsenal for great skin. And while it’s tempting to try all the beauty products she raves about–you may want to skip ahead to the exact products she uses to get her youthful complexion (because who doesn’t want the secret to anti-aging?).
We caught up with the beauty expert at Essence’s very first Beauty Carnival held in New York City over the weekend and found out which products she uses to keep her skin looking forever young. Ahead, see the products the beauty maven suggests for cleansing, treating, moisturizing, protecting, and troubleshooting your skin in your 20s, 30s, and beyond.
Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser
A “do no harm cleanser” that removes dirt, oil, and makeup without stripping the skin of moisture.
Fresh Black Tea Friming Eye Serum
A Black Tea Complex that reduces the first signs of aging under the eye such as fine lines and wrinkles while improving the skin’s elasticity.
Urban Skin RX Purifying 2-IN-1 Pumpkin Pore Detox and Scrub Mask
A self-warming dual action mask and scrub that troubleshoots stressed skin and enlarged pores.
MD No Rinse Intensive Pore Minimizing Toner
A toning solution that reduces large pores and mattifies oily skin.
Paula’s Choice Youth Extending Daily Hydrating Fluid
This water-based formula protects skin from sun damage while leaving it semi-matte and hydrated.
Mario Badescu Drying Lotion
This easy-to-use drying solution contains Salicylic Acid for clearing up blemishes.
it Secret Sauce
A recipe that contains anti-aging peptides, hydrolyzed collagen, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C and licorice root that impart a lit-with-in glow
Paula’s Choice C15 Super Booster
This potion contains a potent mix of vitamin C and anti-oxidants that deliver a fresh and bright complexion.