By Beth Gault
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the skincare routine of model and all around legend, Chrissy Teigen, was complicated, given the glow her skin has - from the best retinol serums to be best vitamin C serums.
But this week the star revealed that her nighttime skincare routine only involves two products - including one well-kept secret in the shape of a facial oil.
Teigen is known for being very open with followers on social media - whether chatting about plastic surgery, postpartum depression, or most recently the tragic stillbirth of her son Jack.
On Wednesday, the star took to Instagram to show fans just how she keeps her skin looking so great - and it only takes a matter of minutes.
"It’s 11:30 [pm] and I’m just sharing that my makeup really held up," she said on Instagram stories while in her master bathroom.
She first revealed her favourite makeup remover is Eyeko Mascara Off Wipes ($9).
"These are very soothing for me," she said.
Though the product is specifically designed for the eyes, Teigen prefers to use them to cleanse all over her face. She also used the wipes to "gently" remove her false lashes, holding the wipes on her eye area.
Teigen repeated this step a few times to make sure all the makeup was off, and then moved on to an oil which she said was one of her beauty secrets.
"When I tell you my skin change - or my life changed - it did," said Teigen.
The product she used was Le Prunier Plum Beauty Oil ($72), which she was introduced to by make up artist Nova Kaplan.
Chrissy Teigen swears by this facial oil, an anti-aging packed with essential antioxidants, omega fatty acids 6 & 9 and powerful polyphenols. View Deal
It’s a multipurpose oil, rich in pro-vitamin A and E, that is meant to balance, restore and refresh the skin. It's eight times more powerful than Argan oil and six times more powerful than Marula oil when it comes to protecting your skin from damaging free radicals, and it’s also rich in pro-Vitamin A & E to assist with heal and hydrate.
"When I tell you I woke up and my skin was like plump and supple and even, it was like magic," said Teigen.
Let’s just say any two-step "magic" skincare routine is a winner with us.
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