In a new YouTube video, Huntington-Whiteley reviewed Amazon's first skin-care line, Belei, and revealed her other favorite skin must-haves.

By Renee Cherry
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Just as our bank accounts were finally starting to recover from the revelation of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's full nighttime skin-care routine, the model dropped even more product recommendations. She posted a new video to her YouTube channel dedicated to her favorite beauty products on Amazon, and she managed to make every single mask, serum, and moisturizer seem like a basic need of life.

Watch the full video for her demo of each product-and a cute off-camera appearance from her son, Jack Oscar Statham-or keep reading for all the deets on her recs. (Related: Bella Hadid Says This Is the One Thing That's Totally Transformed Her Skin)

Her Review of Amazon's New Skin-Care Line

ICYMI, Amazon dropped its first in-house line of skin-care products, Belei, last week and Huntington-Whiteley is here with a full review. She shared that she's been testing the products for a few weeks and gives her stamp of approval to four products in particular.

First up, the Belei Charcoal Balancing Mask. "It is a clay mask, so it leaves my skin feeling really, really clean from within," she says in the video. Next, the Belei Triple Peptide Eye Cream, which contains aloe vera and caffeine in addition to a triple peptide blend.

Huntington-Whiteley names Belei Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid Serum, which contains five types of hyaluronic acid, as her favorite from the line. She's always on the hunt for products that contain the ingredient, she says, and rightfully so: Hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, so it makes skin look (and feel) more plump and hydrated.

Finally, Huntington-Whiteley gives a shout-out to Belei Retinol Refining Moisturizer. She's been using retinol for years on the recommendation of her aesthetician Shani Darden, she explains. "One of the things I really love about this Belei retinol is that it's in a moisturizer, so it's a lot more gentle," she says. (FYI, retinol promotes collagen stimulation and cell turnover, but it can also cause irritation.)

Her Other Affordable Skin-Care Standbys

In addition to products from Amazon's own line, Huntington-Whiteley highlights some of her other faves that she picks up on Amazon. She names two cleansers: Image Ormedic Balancing Cleanser, a $30 gel cleanser with green tea and chamomile, and Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micellar Water, a $14 micellar water designed for sensitive skin.

Huntington-Whitely also treats her skin with Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner, a natural drugstore find making a major comeback, and Caudalie Beauty Elixir, a face mist that can be used as a toner or to set makeup. For dry lips, she uses trusty Aquaphor Lip Repair Ointment, which needs no introduction.

Her facial massage pick isn't a jade roller or gua sha tool, but the Recoup Fitness Cryosphere Cold Massage Roller. She stores the sphere, which is designed to provide cryotherapy to sore muscles, in her freezer between uses, then applies it to her face to fight puffiness by promoting lymphatic drainage. (Related: Does Cryotherapy for Sore Muscle Relief Really Work?)

Bonus: Her Must-Have Hair Product

Huntington-Whiteley talks mostly about skin care in her video, but she does mention one of her favorite hair products: the Mason Pearson Pocket Mixture Hair Brush. "I just love the way it brushes through my hair and it's very, very gentle," she says. "My hair's been a little bit weak since I had my son, and so I have to be really careful about it because it does break much more easily now." While pricey, the boar bristle brush is designed to gently stimulate the scalp and is a favorite among celebrities with great hair-Blake Lively, Chloë Sevigny, and Heidi Klum, to name a few.


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