Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have pretty much cemented their reputation as a low-key celebrity couple. They couldn’t be more candid about their relationship—and their issues. They know how to poke fun at each other, much to the delight of all of their fans. And, apparently, their chill even extends to their skincare routine, which they share.

While talking about how she and Legend maintain their glowing complexions, Teigen revealed that the secret behind it couldn’t be more casual. Rather than following separate elaborate skincare routines—you know, the kind that YouTube and every influencer’s Instagram page are full of—Teigen and Legend grab whatever is around and use that without thinking about it.

“We share pretty much everything,” Teigen explained to People. “We keep everything in the shower together. I kind of just reach for the first thing that I see, and he does the same thing. We’re not sticklers about the actual skincare products.” Whatever they’re doing is clearly working.

Teigen unpacked what their shared skincare supply consists of, revealing, “When it comes to tools, we have our own individual things. He has a Foreo, too. It’s right next to the sink. It’s like his-and-hers Foreos!”

Her latest comments on skincare fall in line with ones she’s made before. Back in 2015, Teigen talked about how she takes better care of her skin while traveling than she does when she’s at home with full access to her beauty drawer. “It’s funny, because I’m actually crazy about [skincare] when I’m on an airplane or something,” she told Refinery 29. “When I travel is when I take the best care of my skin because I have all the time in the world, and can put on every cream. But, when I come home after a long day, I’m not great about keeping everything up—the serums, the lotions, and the potions that I have—sometimes, I don’t even wash my face. But, I’m nuts about it on an airplane. I go very hard.” If Teigen can have such dewy skin by grabbing whatever is in reach, it makes you wonder how necessary your five-step routine really is.