Milky Skin Care Is Popular as a Solution for Dry, Sensitive Skin Milk is popular. 

There's no disputing that dairy (and non-dairy) is in demand, whether it's the almond and oat kinds you put in your latte or the buzzy milky nail fad that stars have been embracing. 

Even the "Got Milk?" catchphrase is back in style. It doesn't end there. 

The milky skin care trend is now all the rage, and while it may appear to be a transitory fad, the products offer some genuine skin advantages.

You can be partaking in the milk trend without even realizing it if you have a formula called "lait" in your lineup; "lait" is the French word for milk and typically refers to a product's consistency. 

Formulas that simply state "milk" on them, like Hailey Bieber's new Rhode Glazing Milk, are less obscure. 

We spoke with leading skin experts to discover more about the milk skin care fad and whether it's better for dunking Oreos than slathering on our faces. 

The trending skin care formulas are mostly dairy-free, and their names refer to how they "visibly resemble milk in color and apply with a milk-like texture and consistency,"

according to Deanne Mraz Robinson, MD, a dermatologist and co-founder of Modern Dermatology in Westport, Connecticut. 

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