Paris Hilton just shared a no-makeup Instagram video and we're here for it

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Time and time again, we've taken inspiration from the ultimate socialite Paris Hilton. And her latest Instagram post is evidence that we won't be stopping any time soon, as she reveals the secret to her glowy skin.

In her most recent video on Instagram, Paris asked her 17.7 million followers, “How are you treating yourself this #SelfcareSunday?” whilst revealing her plans for the day: a @TheBeautySandwich facial created by Iván Pol.

Heralded for its snatch and contour treatments, the facial is praised by the likes of Miranda Kerr, Chloe Grace Mortez and Karlie Kloss, alike, who feature on @TheBeautySandwich's instagram.

In the video, Paris shows off her glowy, fresh-faced complexion... "My mum taught me about skin care when I was 8 years old," she explains. "I was putting on serums, neck serums, like every single type of product. Eye creams and I’ve just had this really strict skin care regimen since I was literally eight.”

The caption also reveals that this facial treatment was crucial in achieving her ‘luxurious Bridal skin’, completing her stunning wedding weekend look and marking Paris as the perfect bride accompanied by her Oscar De La Renta wedding dress.

Apart from glowy-perfection, Paris adds that she loves that this particular facial is underlined with ‘love, beauty and energy’. In the video she can be heard speaking about the importance of maintaining a calm lifestyle, as she adds: “That’s why I said we have to build a wellness centre at our house and just have all this fun stuff. So we never have to leave.”

Paris ends the video by crediting the facial for her “glowing” and “beautiful” skin. Us next, please!

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