FaceCareTalks is a list of the best-selling beauty and skincare products from Amazon.com for people who want to save their time but like to collect the high-quality ones. Whatever the best thing you need, cream or foundation or lip balm, we make your shopping super easy by telling you the best one of the market.

This website was founded in 2015 by a beauty-and-skincare enthusiast (basically he is a beauty writer). Now a few of beauty and skincare fanatics figure out the best products and review them on this site. We generally focus on the products from Amazon.com.

We usually recommend the products by researching the Amazon best-selling categories, user reviews, YouTube reviews, talk show interviews, higher rated products, most reviewed items, celebrity gossip, daily publications, and magazine interviews.

You consider us a best-of-list source for everyday beauty and skincare things for you and your family members; a curated gallery filled with only interesting and useful products; a thank-you note to the creators who create the stuff that makes our lives better; a geeky friend with the next-level research skills who tests everything they buy, so you don’t have to. The point is to make buying things great and quick, so you can get on with living your life.

We pride ourselves on following rigorous journalistic standards and ethics, and we maintain editorial independence from our business operations. Our recommendations are always made entirely by our editorial team without input from our revenue team, and our writers and editors are never made aware of any business relationships.

So, you can focus on only the best items?

We look for what we think is best for most people. We don’t look for the most feature-packed things, or the finest finishes in beauty. We pick the products that will fit best into the lives of everyday people who are shopping for it and that’s what takes work.

The choices we’ve made here with our team took couples of hours for a single product to research with a wide variety of angles. In addition, our team carefully analyze the interviews and data from the best editorial sources around. And we pore over customer reviews to find out what matters to the regular people.

Most products we choose here are not the top-of-the-line models that are overpriced and loaded with junk features; we aim to recommend items that are of high quality to warrant the price, but not items that cost more for extra features you’ll rarely use.

These are the same products we’d recommend to our friends and family, and these are the same things we’d also choose for ourselves.

Do Our Affiliate Commissions Make You Biased?

Up front: Our writers and editors are never made aware of which companies may have established affiliate relationships with our business team prior to making their picks. If readers choose to buy the products we recommend as a result of our research, analysis, and interviews, our work is often (but not always) supported through the affiliate commission from the retailer when they make a purchase. If readers return their purchases because they’re dissatisfied or the recommendation is bad, we make nothing. There’s no incentive for us to pick inferior products or respond to pressure from manufacturers—in fact, it’s quite the opposite. We think that’s a pretty fair system that keeps us committed to serving our readers first.

The most important thing to us is the trust we have from the readers. If we were to recommend something because we are biased or lazy, readers like you wouldn’t support our work. We also invite you to fact-check our pieces, which carefully outline the time, logic, and energy spent researching, interviewing with experts, and seeing user reviews. Often, this takes dozens of hours for each product. Each guide plainly lays out all the evidence for why we made our picks so you can judge for yourself.

What If The Thing I Want Isn’t On Your Site?

Email or tweet at us to let us know if you need help figuring out a particular buying problem. Our staff made of smart and curious people who love to investigate reader questions that may be able to help.

FaceCareTalks starts to research into the existing literature from the best sources. We frequently make reference a number of well-respected publications- including Elle, Allure, Cosmopolitan, She Knows, Good Housekeeping, etc. We’ve also found that among sites with paywalls and subscriptions, Consumer Reports and America’s Test Kitchen/Cook’s Illustrated are some of the most wonderful places for deep testing (we often analysis their resources). We have much respect for their work, so if you can afford to support them by subscribing, we recommend it.

If you have any question, please feel free to ask us – help@facecaretalks.com