Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Shared Her Full Nighttime Skin-Care Routine
The model walked through her current skin-care routine in a video on her YouTube channel—and BRB because we have a lot of shopping to do.
In unfair news, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's gorgeous skin isn't just a product of Photoshop. The model shared a "Get Unready with Me"-style YouTube video in which her glow stayed intact after she removed her makeup. Thankfully she shared her entire skin-care routine in the video, so you can rip off her entire regimen for a model-worthy glow.
Throughout the video, Huntington-Whiteley gives all the details on her skin, noting that she recently cut out eggs and dairy to prevent acne and has found it's helped. (Here's more on her diet.) She also favors clean products, though it's worth noting there's no standardized definition of what "clean" means. The model called out a few under-$15 options, but, in general, she's not going for bargains-the products add up to more than $400. The video is worth a full watch, but read on for the breakdown of all the products she mentioned.
Huntington-Whiteley goes for a double cleanse. After pulling her hair out of the way with Slip silk scrunchies, she removes her eye makeup using Bioderma Sensibio H2O. Huntington-Whiteley explains in the video that she loves that the cult classic micellar water doesn't irritate her sensitive eyes. When her eye makeup's being stubborn, she'll use Kopari Coconut Balm.
Once her eye makeup's gone, she'll soak a face towel in lukewarm water and press it into her skin. For cleanse number two, she'll apply iS Clinical Warming Honey Cleanser. "It's warming, so you can kind of almost apply a little bit like a mask and leave it on for a few minutes and it warms up with your skin, so all of the amazing ingredients get a chance to kind of sink into your skin," she explained in the video.
Next, Huntington-Whiteley applies Santa Maria Novella Acqua di Rose with a cotton round to remove every last trace of the milk cleanser. The Italian alcohol-free toner contains rosewater, which has potential skin-soothing benefits. (Related: Is Rosewater the Secret to Healthy Skin?)
Once her skin has been thoroughly cleansed, Huntington-Whiteley will use Lanolips 101 Strawberry Ointment to hydrate her lips. It's formulated with lanolin, a wax that's sourced from sheep's wool. Might sound weird, but it's been shown to help skin retain moisture. (Related: 10 Moisturizing Lip Products That Go Way Beyond Basic Balm)
Next comes iS Clinical Super Serum, a brightening vitamin C serum, followed by bareMinerals Skinlongevity Vital Power Eye Gel Cream. (Huntington-Whiteley is the current face of bareMinerals.) Finally, she applies Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence. FYI, the main purpose of an essence is to boost hydration, and Huntington-Whiteley's pick contains hyaluronic acid, which can hold 1,000 times its weight in water. (Now that you know Huntington-Whiteley's routine, here's what her esthetician puts on her face every day.)