Instagram is an incredible source of inspiration for all things wedding related: Just a few swipes leads you to an endless scroll of colorful bouquets, breathtaking gowns, and more décor ideas than you'd ever need to plan the perfect day. What you may not suspect, though, is that the social media platform is a fantastic tool for finding skincare recommendations, too.
There are countless beauty fanatics on the 'gram, filling their feeds with stunning snapshots of their favorite products—and they've tried so many different brands and formulas that they know which ones actually work.
So if you're looking for product suggestions, skincare advice, and honest reviews of brands you may or may not be familiar with, give the Instagram accounts below a follow. Trust us, these ladies know their stuff, and they're more than happy to answer any questions you post in the comments. Who knew scrolling through Instagram could help you achieve a wedding-ready complexion?
A brief stint in Shanghai inspired Fiona, who now resides in Sydney, to channel all of her time and energy into Orchids and Peonies, her skincare blog and Instagram account.
In just 18 short months, she has reviewed tons of products; her three must-haves are African Botanics Resurrection Cell Recovery Serum, Jordan Samuel Skin Hydrate Facial Serum, and DrGL Skin Repair.
Brides-to-be with acne-prone complexions will benefit immensely from following Vanessa, a Minnesota-based public health researcher who has spent years in search of the best products and ingredients to clear her blemished skin (her recs: Stratia Liquid Gold moisturizer and Skinceuticals Blemish + Age Defense serum, among others). We love her scientific approach to skincare and her thorough explanations of every step in her routine.
Ani, a Brooklyn-based writer and editor, is on a quest for what she calls “makeup-optional skin,” and she loves sharing her industry know-how and firsthand experiences with the beauty community on Instagram. Ani’s feed is brimming with products that balance and brighten her combination skin, and you can often find her raving about formulas by Paula's Choice, Exuviance, and ZO Skin Health. Her go-to: Envy Medical's Lumixyl Brightening Pads.
This Korean-American beauty guru from the San Francisco Bay Area grew up admiring her mother’s elaborate skincare rituals, but it wasn’t until more recently that she adopted a solid routine of her own. Now she’s an advocate for proper cleansing, chemical exfoliation, and K-Beauty—all things that helped transform her dry, sensitive skin.
California-based mom and blogger, Grace has a ton of must-try skincare brands in her routine: Niod, Bioderma, Jordan Samuel Skin, and Tata Harper. We love how candid she is about which products do and don’t suit her skin, and her honest reviews make it so easy to gauge whether or not a certain product is worth trying for yourself.
It was a combination of the luxurious products, dreamy lighting, and cool pink surfaces that made us fall in love with Adri’s Instagram account. Based in Southern California, Adri got into skincare back in high school, and after discovering the massive beauty community on Instagram, decided to finally start posting her routines. On her vanity: lots of Herbivore, Tatcha, and Glossier.
New York-based Floriana fell in love with skincare after having her first child in 2009, when her skin was at its best and she became obsessed with finding products that would maintain that glow (Votary and May Lindstrom are among her favorites). The best part of sharing her skincare journey on Instagram? Connecting with the brands’ founders and forming friendships with other beauty lovers.
Molly, an ob-gyn by day, was constantly fielding questions about safe skincare during pregnancy—so she decided to start blogging about it. She gravitates towards natural brands that are safe for everyone to use; her favorite is Maya Chia, a line powered by chia oil and other superfood ingredients.
Stephanie, a New York City–based blogger, is an avid collector of travel-sized beauty products and perfumes; it’s what inspired her Instagram handle. When she’s not posting pretty photos of her skincare routine on her own feed, Stephanie is at the helm of Mount Lai, a beauty and wellness company that sells the most gorgeous jade rollers (her grandmother has used one for more than 50 years).
Sonia grew up in the beach town of Cádiz, Spain, and spent years basking in the sun with little regard to how it would affect her skin. Now, she’s religious about her skincare and is particularly fond of Korean beauty products. Klairs, the first Korean brand she came across, continues to be one of her favorites (the line is great for all skin types, especially sensitive complexions, she says).