She is well-known for her ‘glazed doughnut' skin.
Hailey Bieber, who recently launched her own skincare line, Rhode, has been vocal about how serious she is about her skincare routine.
Her ambition? The dewiness is overwhelming.
“My standard when I go to bed at night is that if I'm not getting into bed looking like a glazed doughnut, then I'm not doing the right thing,” she told her YouTube subscribers a few months ago.
“Look for a moisturizer that will leave you looking like a glazed doughnut at the end of the day.”
The 28-year-old has previously spoken out about her skin issues, admitting that she used to suffer from perioral dermatitis, a condition that causes scaly, dry, flaky skin with swollen, inflamed bumps known as papules. Perioral dermatitis is one of many types of dermatitis, and it can resemble acne and is frequently misdiagnosed as such.
However, it appears that Bieber has a secret weapon for keeping her skin in tip-top shape these days – and the good news? It is only €18 and is available at the majority of chemists and pharmacies.
The model recently took to Instagram to share one of her holy grails. She revealed that she uses Avene's Cicalfate Restorative Protection Cream “on top at night” to seal in the rest of her skincare, adding, “I this product forever.”
“I have really sensitive skin that tends to be on the more dry side,” Bieber has previously admitted, so it's no surprise that she likes Cicalfate, which is designed specifically for dry and fragile skin.
The cult formula contains the brand's signature eau thermale water as well as a restorative post-biotic that was developed to create a bandage-effect over skin and is gentle and effective enough to work across perioral irritations (around the mouth), babies' nappy areas, general dry patches, or after shaving or waxing. It also provides sunburn relief and can help to reduce the appearance of scars, making it a great all-purpose balm.
Bieber previously revealed her skincare routine in a video shared with her followers:
“At night, I usually use a more intense moisturiser – something thicker, just to soak into my skin overnight.”
This indicates that Hailey is a fan of'slugging,' a skincare trend in which people coat their faces with an occlusive moisturiser, usually a petrolatum-based product like Vaseline.
This, it is claimed, will help prevent trans-epidermal water loss, which means less water will escape from your skin, as well as repair your skin's barrier, which will help prevent even more water loss and dryness.