What are the best skincare apps?

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    #1mySkin: Skincare Advice

    mySkin: Skincare Advice
    This free app provides you with all the information about skin. It is a complete tool for those who want to find the best recommendations about dermatologist products, treatments, and more!



    Apps

    iOS

    Free

    Jeremy Black
    Written on December 6, 2017
    "I can't even remember how I stumbled upon mySkin: Skincare Advice. That's a shame because if I knew who or what recommended this app to me, I'd never take advice from them again. This is just a bunch of user submitted advice from a bunch of people who think they know more than dermatologists because they've tried 4 different facial creams."
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    #2Skin Care

    Skin Care
    This free app provides you with useful tips about skin care. It is a helpful instrument for everyone, regardless of the skin type they have.

    *NO LONGER AVAILABLE*


    Apps

    Sean Carlson
    Written on November 30, 2017
    "I have always had dry and itchy skin issues and found that using the Skin Care app actually does give some pretty good ideas on solutions for my problems. If I am having any kind of issues with my skin I always check the app first to find solutions. It is my go to app."
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    #3Best Skincare Tips

    Best Skincare Tips

    With this helpful app, you can get amazing skincare tips.It is the best choice for any women who wants to keep her skin young.


    *NO LONGER AVAILABLE*

    Apps

    Coco Jin
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "Please update this. Can't download it. I badly need skincare tips. My skin is breaking out like it never did before. I felt like it was because of some hormonal imbalance. Badly need a good skincare app."

DID YOU KNOW?

For the acne-prone people and those who are suffering from severe acne, did you know that scrubbing your face only makes it even worse? Just when you thought using those facial scrubs with tiny bids help your skin cope with acne, it is a skincare myth! The first and perhaps the most important, if not the most important, part of curing your acne problem is determining its cause. Never ever self-medicate by using different skincare products that could only worsen the case. Know the cause--is it because of dirt? Is it your diet and lifestyle? Or is it caused by a hormonal imbalance? It is important to know the roots because the treatment depends on it.

While you have the liberty to download the best skincare apps that you think will help, you also need to consider visiting a dermatologist. Yes, these apps will help you take care of your skin but experts always know better and you always deserve better. Anyway, after determining the cause, start your skincare routine by choosing the best natural skincare products that suit your skin type. Well, organic and natural products are chemical-free products so you can be sure that they are safe. Some people do not really consider using them because they are typically pricey. But, you can be sure to reap the long-term benefits of these organic products. Also, make sure to include sunscreen in your routine and of course a good moisturizer. Lastly, we are not getting any younger and if you feel like your skin is getting saggy, make sure to get the best firming face creams!

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    #4LoveMySkin

    LoveMySkin

    LoveMySkin is a useful app to control all your moles. The app allows you to add and mark all your moles in a 3D body representation. In this way, you can track the development of your moles. 

    *NO LONGER AVAILABLE*

    Apps

    Nancy Han
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "I have got some mole situation on my face. I think I got these from my mom but she underwent some laser treatment. I am still observing mine though. But I have tried downloading this but no luck."
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    #5YouCam Makeup

    YouCam Makeup

    This app you will be able to know how that makeup would look like in you, using the camera from your phone and taking a picture of your face before applying the makeup. You will also be able to test hairstyles and eye shadow palettes.

    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Judy Hunter
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "This isn't even a skincare app. Who suggested this app? Lol. This is rather a skin beautifying app. It works like the Camera 360 where you can remove the blemishes of your face. "
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    #6SkinCarebyAlana.com

    SkinCarebyAlana.com

    SkinCarebyAlana.com is a skincare application designed by Alana Mitchell. This mobile version is designed to cater to the people who want to start their skincare routine and analyze their skin type. Lastly, they have a website version of this app.

    Apps

    Web, iOS

    Free

    Mary Foster
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "I swear by this application. I am highly recommending this skincare app. This is simply amazing, most especially Alana Mitchell. Aside from the skincare tips and products that are available on the app, their website also has skincare blogs. I enjoy reading skincare blogs from beauty bloggers like her."
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    #7Think Dirty

    Think Dirty

    Think Dirty is a skincare app that allows you to learn about toxic ingredients. It is also a useful tool for comparing products just by scanning their barcode.


    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free

    Betty Porter
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "Okay, I am all for what is organic so Think Dirty is my go-to skincare application when it comes to finding out whether my new product has some harmful ingredients like sulfate and all. Please, be gentle on your skin. Use only organic skincare products. Recommended!"
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    #8sunZapp

    sunZapp

    sunZapp is a skincare app that lets users be reminded of the time they spend under the sun and gives a reminder to re-apply their sunscreen once again. It features multiple users per one account.

    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free

    Susan Wells
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "Only later did I know that sun is the number one aging factor in the world. I mean, I thought it was just me getting older but I realized I haven't worn any sunscreen since forever. I love beaches but I didn't know how to take care of my skin. Thank you sunZapp for my daily dose of a reminder to re-apply my sunblock lotion."
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    #9iHydrate

    iHydrate

    iHydrate is an app that works like a reminder to tell users to have an adequate amount of water inside their body. It also features the benefits of drinking water and it also allows users to create their custom drink.

    Apps

    iOS

    $2.99

    Donna Arnold
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "To be honest, I drink more coffee than water in a day. I swear my officemates have been telling me drink more and more water for a more radiant skin but I always totally forget drinking water when I am at the office. Y'all, there's no better skincare routine than drinking water. Use this skincare app!"
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    #10Water Drink Reminder

    Water Drink Reminder

    Water Drink Reminder is a useful app that serves as a reminder if you want to drink the right amount of water. The app allows you to create alarms and track your water intake for the day.

    Apps

    Android

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Roy Barnes
    Written on March 15, 2019
    "Reminds me of iHydrate. Useful app indeed for taking care of your skin because we often neglect drinking 8 glasses of water. Believe you me, my skin has been a lot better since I started using this skincare app."
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    #11Eczema Tracker

    Eczema Tracker

    Eczema Tracker is a simple but complete app that allows you to analyze your food allergies or eczemas problems. This application let you know about humidity, weather and your local pollen in order to give to you a personal information about your symptoms and how to relieve them.



    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free

    Muhammad Jaiteley
    Written on December 17, 2017
    "Eczema tracker is an app that helps analyze your symptoms to see if they are getting better or not. There are many useful tips included in the app like ingredients that are beneficial or bad for your condition. It features other relevant data like the weather and tracking data. It is a convenient app for those that struggle with eczema."
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    #12Beautylish

    Beautylish
    Choose from thousands of makeup reviews, hairstyles, nail designs, braids, beauty tips and makeup tutorial videos to get inspired. You can also buy the products you need to create your looks.
    Websites

    Free

    Joshua Chavez
    Written on December 6, 2017
    "As a skincare app, Beautylish: Makeup Beauty Tips has promise but needs some improvements. The ability to add reviews is limits and searches often aren't specific enough for everyone. Overall okay, but other better products out there."
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    #13Beauty Tips

    Beauty Tips
    With this free app, you can get easily a huge collection of makeup tips. It is also an instrument to share with friends all new beauty recommendations!




    Apps

    iOS

    Free

    Angela Martin
    Written on December 12, 2017
    "I felt like this app was pretty basic and seemed to be from a more general standpoint rather focusing on skin. I like that you can share tips with your friends but some might be a bit touchy after receiving tips on how to deal with blackheads. "

Summary

Best What are the best skincare apps
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1mySkin: Skincare AdviceApps 8 Free
2Skin CareApps 4 Paid
3Best Skincare TipsApps 3 Paid
4LoveMySkinApps 3 Paid
5YouCam MakeupApps 2 Free
6SkinCarebyAlana.comApps 1 Free
7Think Dirty Apps 1 Free
8sunZappApps 0 Free
9iHydrateApps 0 Paid
10Water Drink ReminderApps 0 Free
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