Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn swears by this Vitamin C serum

If Christine likes it, we love it

Christine Quinn attends Netflix’s "Selling Sunset" launch party on March 23, 2019 in West Hollywood, California
(Image credit: Rochelle Brodin/Getty Images)

2020 may have brought many unwanted surprised, but one thing we're eternally grateful for is our new reality TV goddess Christine Quinn, star of hit Netflix show Selling Sunset. 

Like us, most of you probably spent the second half of lockdown desperate for the world to return to 'normal'. Then came Selling Sunset, an LA-based, The Hills-esque reality show that acted as the perfect escapism during a time where we wanted to be anywhere but home.  And with it, it brought Christine, the diva of all divas but most of all, a constant mood. 

In fact, ever since the show, we've been obsessed with her. Combining her fabulously over-the-top style and consist immaculately beat face, to her boss b*tch attitude, genius work ethic (two words: burgers & botox) and a billionaire husband, can you blame us? That's why whenever she dishes out any advice, we're all ears - especially when it comes to beauty. 

Recently, Christine appeared on an Instagram live beauty event with Canadian drugstore chain, Shoppers Drug Mart. She revealed some of her favourite skincare products so, naturally, we took note 😍 . 

One product she swore by was a popular Vitamin C serum that you may be familiar with, Origins Ginzing Into the Glow Brightening Serum. The multi-action serum is not only packed with Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid but contains Origin's 5% Skin-Renewing Complex with Green Coffee Seed known to help support the skin’s natural enzymatic action which boosts cell turnover for smoother skin texture and reduces pores.

The serum has many rave reviews online, so it looks like Christine isn't the only fan. "This serum made my skin look brighter," one customer wrote, while another said: "Really love this product! Smells amazing and is great. My skin has looked much clearer since using this."

Why not try it out for yourself? We certainly will. 

If it's good enough for Queen Christine, it's good enough for us.

Sagal Mohammed

Sagal is a journalist, specialising in lifestyle, pop culture, fashion and beauty.  She has written for a number of publications including Vogue, Glamour, Stylist, Evening Standard, Bustle, You Magazine, Dazed and Wonderland to name a few.