PSA: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Just Snapped Her ENTIRE Skincare Routine
I screenshot Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Snapchat stories a lot. If that sounds creepy (it does), allow me to explain: the girl is an unbeatable source of beauty guidance. Whenever I feel weird about saving her product recommendations or makeup tutorials in my phone for later reference, I remind myself that she has the skin of an angel and following her advice could maybe/possibly/hopefully grant me the same. This week, the model snapped both her AM and PM skincare routines, calling out two products she loves in particular.
Keep scrolling to shop her entire skincare routine yourself.
Huntington-Whiteley starts her day off right by washing her face with Caudalie's Gentle Cleansing Milk ($17), a product she calls out below as "great for dry skin & removing makeup!" Next is Is Clinical's Pro-Heal Serum Advance+, an antioxidant-packed treatment that is sadly not yet available in Australia. Rounding up her surprisingly simple AM regime is Dr Dennis Gross' Hydra-Pure Oil-Free Moisture ($117), a light moisturiser that promises to help remove heavy metals left on skin by impure water.
Before bed, Huntington-Whiteley steps up her skincare, adding in products designed to heal and repair overnight. Caudalie makes another appearance courtesy of their Micellar Cleansing Water ($32). After that, it's onto a duo of spot fighters—Is Clinical's Active Serum, and La Roche-Posay's Effaclar Duo Plus ($29). Next up? Shani Darden's Retinol Reform ($128), to tackle "fine lines, pores, acne & scars". (Find everything you need to know about retinol, here.) To finish, a dab of Control Corrective's Oil-Free Healing Lotion.