Selling Sunset star Heather Young has revealed her must-have beauty product for naturally glowing skin.
We all know vitamin C serums are key when it comes to getting that glow, but Heather - who shot to fame on Netflix's Selling Sunset - has credited Alya Skin for soothing her sensitive skin and giving her a natural glow ahead of her upcoming wedding to fiancé Tarek El Moussa.
Heather has been using the face mask and exfoliating her skin with their products too.
She said: “I love trying new products and new brands especially “clean” ones. It’s so important to do your research on ingredients. In the last few years, I have really focused on clean beauty and knowing what ingredients I am using on my skin."
Heather explained how she had to be extra careful having skin which is sensitive and prone to getting redness and irritation. She added: "Just that I’ve loved using @alyaskinaus and adding their products into my routine. I use the mask 1-2 times a week and like to exfoliate my skin 2 times a week. I highly recommend trying their products."
Alya Skin is said to be one of the fastest growing Instagram skincare brands - selling once every 22 seconds globally since its launch in 2018. Its world's highest rated Pink Clay Mask (120g) is just $39.38 (£29.95) - with an extra 20% off if you buy a second jar.
- Detoxifies & brightens your skin
- Suitable for sensitive skin
- Tightens your skin's pores
- Extracts pollutants and nasties from your skin
- Helps reduce inflammation caused by acne and eczema
- No parabens/sls or other harsh chemicals
- Vegan & cruelty free
Heather, who is set to marry Tarek next year, has been upping her skincare regime in preparation for the big day, incorporating Alya Skin’s best-selling natural skincare packed with native Australian ingredients to gently soothe, repair and accentuate her natural and youthful glow.
Heather previously revealed her skincare obsession started when she was in her teens. "When I was 13 I started obsessing about skincare. And when I graduated high school I became an aesthetician. Even though I only worked in the field for about two years before changing career paths I still take what I learned and put it towards my skin routine," she added.