These Are the Products Your Favorite Celebs Use to Keep Their Skin Hydrated

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Allies of Skin Multi Hyaluronic Antioxidant Hydration Serum

 Multi Hyaluronic Antioxidant Hydration Serum

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Allies of Skin Multi Hyaluronic Antioxidant Hydration Serum

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“UV rays and free radicals from the sun cause cellular damage. Layer a hydrating serum with antioxidants, like Allies of Skin Multi Hyaluronic Antioxidant Hydration Serum, after cleansing. The hydrating ingredients will reduce flakiness, and the antioxidants will help fight skin damage. Then your moisture barrier can start to function properly.” — Nayamka Roberts-Smith, Los Angeles based facialist

Celebrity client: Cardi B

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Biba Los Angeles The Hydrating Toner

The Hydrating Toner

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Biba Los Angeles The Hydrating Toner

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“Hyaluronic acid (HA) is the best humectant for skin, but serums that only contain HA are not enough. Try a product where it’s paired with glycerin or aloe vera. I formulated The Hydrating Toner with that in mind; it has hyaluronic acid and lipids to help with water loss prevention. I also like the Merit Great Skin Instant Glow Serum.” — Biba De Sousa, Los Angeles based facialist

Celebrity clients: Miley Cyrus and Hailey Bieber

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Merit Great Skin Instant Glow Serum

Great Skin Instant Glow Serum

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Merit Great Skin Instant Glow Serum

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Forlle’d Hyalogy Clearance Cleansing

Hyalogy Clearance Cleansing

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Forlle’d Hyalogy Clearance Cleansing

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AlumierMD Purifying Gel Cleanser

Purifying Gel Cleanser

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AlumierMD Purifying Gel Cleanser

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The Beauty Sandwich SS01 Secret Sauce

SS01 Secret Sauce

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The Beauty Sandwich SS01 Secret Sauce

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“First, you need to quench from the inside out. I like to drink Hallstein water, which is pristine and unprocessed— it’s bottled from an aquifer at the base of Austria’s Dachstein mountain. Next, pat clean skin with a hydrating serum, then top off with something to seal it in, like my Secret Sauce SS01. Think of it as a nutritional supplement for your skin—it has fatty acids, ceramides, and phytocholesterols from plants to help combat water loss.” — Iván Pol, celebrity facialist

Celebrity clients: Hoyeon Jung and Miranda Kerr

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Hallstein 6-Bottle Case of Water

6-Bottle Case of Water

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Hallstein 6-Bottle Case of Water

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Jan Marini Skin Research Skin Zyme Mask

Skin Zyme Mask

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Jan Marini Skin Research Skin Zyme Mask

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“To treat dry skin, I recommend a gentle form of exfoliation. Enzymes are my favorite medium for exfoliating dry skin, because they are super gentle and work by digesting dead cells only. They don’t break down or disrupt live cells, which means there’s none of the peeling, sensitivity, or downtime that chemical exfoliants can cause. Jan Marini Skin Zyme, a creamy mask made of papaya enzymes, is my all-time favorite product in this category. I use it anytime I want my skin to look polished and radiant, up to three times a week.” — Candace Marino, celebrity facialist

Celebrity client: Grimes

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