Chrissy Teigen goes makeup-free to share postpartum skincare routine
Chrissy Teigen is one to keep in real. From revealing her natural hair length (sans-extensions) to leaky nipple pics, there's not much the mum-of-three won't share with her fans... Because apparently, nothing says postpartum authenticity like milk stains! I mean, I wouldn't know but going by this information, I dread to find out.
Alas, I digress, for today, Chrissy has kept said leaky nipple at bay with instead, a video walking us through her post-baby skincare routine. As she put it in the caption of her Instagram post: "Everyone has been asking me about my skincare routine post baby! my skin is still finding its way so I keep it easy peasy with a few of my favourites that I use every single morning," she writes.
Keeping it au naturale, in the vid the actor is, of course, makeup-free and wears her post-shower hair in a towel turban. #Relatable, much?
But let's delve into what you're all here for, shall we? Aka, the products used on her – what I must say is – glowing skin. To kick off, Chrissy goes in with iS Clinical Pro-Heal Serum Advance+, £90 and taps gently into the skin. Now, this is certainly a Cosmo-approved technique.
Next up comes the retinol (cheers with pride), and Chrissy has chosen to use the Shani Darden Skin Care Retinol Reform, £80. Yes, it's pricey but a good'un created by Hollywood's favourite expert aesthetician. This is then followed by the iS Clinical Reparative Moisture Emulsion, £100.
After moisturising, Chrissy opts to spritz her face with a toner and it's by the brand Loved01, created by her husband, John Legend. Unfortunately, this is yet to be made available in the UK, however, here's holding out hope for a launch later this year.
Finally, the star tops off her routine with the LANEIGE Lip Sleeping Mask, £19. After all, there's nothing worse than chapped, dry lips and this is certainly a product to combat that!
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