Singer and actress Zendaya's secret to glowing skin is "mixing your favorite moisturizer with a couple pumps of your fav foundation, and bam…tinted moisturizer."
Nicole Richie knows a good travel beauty routine goes a long way. She says, "I have a 15-minute regimen for the plane which includes but nor limited to: Latex Gloves, EO Lavender Sanitizing Spray, Ponaris Nasal Emollient, Lucas Papaw Ointment, Emergen-C, my own tea, Biologique Recherche moisturizer, and a face mask."
Kristen Bell advocates for double cleansing, "It sounds more complicated than it is. It’s just wiping off your makeup from your skin first and then using your cleanser so it can actually work to clean out your pores without any interference. I love the Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes, and then use my Clarisonic face brush to wash my face."
Kim Kardashian says good skin starts with, "Moisturizer! I am obsessed with thick moisturizer like Guerlain."
Zoe Kravitz's facialist Terri Lawton says, "food directly affects your skin. So does stress. Eat well and stay calm."
Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley knows there are a lot of factors that impact skin. "For me, good skin starts with a great skincare routine, having a facial as often as needed and staying out of the sun. Those are three things that I notice make a difference, in addition to eating well, sleeping well and a good diet."
Skincare-obsessed supermodel Karlie Kloss says, "my go-to is a really rich cream or oil—especially for the winter, I love a good argan oil. Even coconut oil on cuticles, on skin, and even on your hair. It’s super natural and it has these fatty qualities that really feed your skin. And, I also cook with it!"
Actress Andie MacDowell repeats the wise words of her mother: "Wear sunblock. She was ahead of her time. Thanks to her I didn't bake my skin."
Pretty Little Liars actress Ashley Benson makes the case for the healthy skin habits. Her facialist always says to never "touch your skin, especially if you have a breakout, it can make it worse and you can break out in other areas, so leave it alone as annoying as that is."
Actress Lucy Hale lives by her dermatologist's advice to "always, always, always go to bed with clean skin."
Along with having a great cleansing and moisturizing routine, actress Jessica Alba stresses the importance of wearing sunscreen, eating well, and deep cleansing. "I use the Braun Facial Cleansing Brush," she adds.
Actress Catherine-Zeta Jones wants everyone to remember to visit their dermatologist, and never "forget to check your whole body for new and different shape freckles, not just your face, but the bits you don't look at every day."
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