Here’s The Best Skincare, According To Your Favorite It-Girls


The skin is the largest organ on the body and the one thing you’ll wear for your entire life. It’s important to take charge of your skincare routine, especially when you’re wearing makeup or face masks, traveling, or adjusting to the changing season. The top models and all-time it-girls hold all the secrets to the skincare universe, especially with their access to the best dermatologists, facialists, and products on the planet. View your new step-by-step, it-girl-approved, skincare routine below.

Step 1: Cleanser

“I really prefer a creamy, hydrating cleanser, more than one that’s foamy and makes your skin feel tight and dry,” Hailey Bieber shared on her Youtube channel. The blushing beauty uses the Ranavat Botanics Ranavant Botanics Luminous Ceremony Cream Cleanser in her pre-work skincare routine. It’s a cream-balm formula that’s botanical-based, including Manjistha and the Ayurvedic herb (the “apex of superfoods”), and aims to cleanse and detoxify while leaving the skin hydrated and balanced. As she lathers she massages her face to reduce morning puffiness.

Step 2: Exfoliator (twice a week)

Top model Jourdan Dunn uses the Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish Treatment from Exuviance after cleansing her face in the morning. Exfoliating is an important step to remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin, and leaves it feeling silky smooth for makeup application, as well as evens texture and reduces discoloration. The Face Polish is made with glycolic acid, papaya enzyme. and exfoliating crystals for instant skin resurfacing benefits.

3. Toner

Like many other models and Insta-stars, Kourtney Kardashian tones with a gentle micellar water to remove stubborn dirt or product residue and rebalance the skin. She uses the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water, and laughed to Harper’s BAZAAR, “There’s a lot of different brands out there, so I’ve tried a bunch and they’re all the same.”

4. Serum

Bella Hadid uses a serum made by one of her dermatologists Dr. Barbara Sturm, based in Dusseldorf, Germany. She applies the serum morning and night, after cleansing and before moisturizer for a guaranteed glow.

Her facialist Kristyn Smith told CR last spring, “To be honest, that family in general has really good skin. I’ve also seen Yolanda, and Yolanda has beautiful skin. Gigi doesn’t really get facials because she has really beautiful skin, so it really is genetics.” She goes on to say, however, that stress and heavy makeup, as well as face masks, can affect anyone’s skin. Smith looks at skin holistically, encouraging her clients to find time de-stress and deep cleanse.

5. Spot Treatment

Zoe Kravitz, street style icon and queen of the fresh face, gets zits too. She zaps them away with the Tabula Rasa Spot Repair Pads from Arcona. The pads are soaked in lactic acid, allantoin, grape seed extract, and witch hazel to smooth spots as they arrive.

6. Eye Cream / Oil

Kaia Gerber is proud of her under eye bags, in a grunge type of way, but still shows them love with the Glycelene Eye Repair Oil. Hydrating the under eyes reduces the look of dark circles, prevents premature aging, strengthens the skin, and preps it for makeup. Gerber’s fav is formulated with cucumber, rosemary extract, and vitamin C ester, Squalane & Brown Seaweed extract, to brighten the area, reduce puffiness, and soften fine lines. The stainless-steel roll-on applicator gives a cool touch to sleepy eyes.

Step 7: Moisturizer

Dua Lipa‘s main skin concern is hydration, from “eye cream, face cream, face mist, oils — just anything to keep my skin moisturized,” she told Allure. She grabs for an Esse face cream after applying vitamin-B serum. The Deep Moisturizer hydrates and balances with prebiotic and probiotic extracts.

Cher owes her forever young complexion to Dr. Barbara Sturm’s MC1 “Blood Cream” Face Cream. This super-hydrating lightweight cream has been found in the beauty bags of several celebs for its powerful anti-aging properties and ability to refresh the skin for a healthy and glowing look.

Step 8: SPF

The Supergoop! sunscreen is a cult-favorite for it’s lightweight feel, SPF 40 protection, and it’s velvety finish that doubles as a makeup primer. “This is what I put on after moisturizer. It leaves my skin with a nice glow and protects me from the sun,” Devon Lee Carlson told Hypebae.

Step 9: Lip Balm

When Gigi Hadid was pregnant, she focused her routine on clean and natural ingredients, though hydration was always been a concern due to her dry skin. She loves the Lanolips 101 Ointment because it-all purpose, serving as a rich lip balm or skin salve.


Doing a face mask once or twice a week is a good step to reset your skin. Joan Smalls told Elle, “I usually do it before I have an important photoshoot or a red carpet or an event,” recommending the Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Concentrated Recovery PowerFoil Mask.

Gwyneth Paltrow loves using the Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Instant Eye Lift Algae Mask for it’s organic ingredients and hydration. She puts the under eye patches on during long flights, telling The Skincare Edit “It’s brilliant! I just sit there looking a little weird on the plane.”

If there’s one skincare brand celebs swear by, it’s 111SKIN. The brand’s high performance products have become a skincare staple for models, pre-red carpet celebs, and makeup artists looking to refresh the face before makeup application. While any of their iconic face masks will leave you with a healthy and glowy complexion, we recommend the Rose Gold Brightening Facial Treatment Mask to brighten things up.


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