TikTokers share the self-care skin content that’s sure to inspire your soulcare rituals.
– KEYS SOULCARE
TikTok is one of our favorite spots to tap into for dance challenges, out-of-nowhere moments of digital joy, and — surprisingly — a ton of super fun skincare content. There are infinite creators to choose from, so kick off your skincare scrolling with three of our recent faves who manage to blend humor, tips, and IRL soulcare into everything they do.
As the self-described “skincare fairy godmother” Charlotte Parler is sure to add a touch of magic to your rituals. A licensed esthetician — with her own skincare line under her belt — Palmer brings beauty, brains, and jargon-busting sass to her 263.8K (and counting) followers. Her ability to balance humor and education while answering industry questions about trending topics and ingredients (like, say, bakuchiol), and wellness representation keeps us coming back for more.
What’s On Vi’s Face
Content creator Vi Lai serves equal amounts of skincare education and LOL-worthy relatability. Take yourself a little less seriously while upping your skin and self-love game, thanks to Lai’s satirical takes on face masks applications, post-quarantine outfit ideas, and personal soulcare rituals. Be sure to continue your journey with Vi on IG for more fun content like solo quarantine fashion shows and odes to all-time drug store beauty faves.
If you’ve ever been told to “just drink water” for clearer skin — or simply want to commiserate over topics like hyperpigmentation — then South African skincare YouTuber and rising TikTok fave has the content for you. Tshepo Mohasoane’s flex is skincare realness with a side of myth-debunking. She’s all about finding the rituals that work for her skin-type and lifestyle from season to season. Follow along while she finds and tests new products, explores more sustainable self-care habits, and curates the kind of advice she’d give a friend (or past self) with a little more know-how on her side.
Which TikTok creators keep you inspired to keep being good to your skin?