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How to Do Hailey Bieber’s Skincare Routine

How she gets her “glazed donut” glow.
Hailey Bieber skincare routine

“I don’t want to go to bed without looking like a glazed donut,” says Hailey Bieber. The 24-year-old model and social media star—who is known for her flawless, dewy skin—explained to Elite Daily: “I just have to have this full-glazed [look]. I have to. So, a serum, a moisturizer and, if I’m a little dry, maybe some oil.”[1]

If that’s what it takes to achieve her famous glow, sign us up. As a self-described “skincare product hoarder,” she relies on an array of active-packed serums, hydrators and prescription treatments to keep her sensitive skin in tip-top shape.

She’s also been dealing with a new challenge: breakouts. “When I went on birth control for the first time a few years ago, my skin totally changed,” she revealed to Elle UK. “I'd never had any kind of acne before, whereas now I’ll get hormonal breakouts from that.”[2]

But contrary to what you might think (she is Mrs. Justin Bieber, after all), Hailey doesn’t only use luxury products. “I do think there are some products that are a bit more expensive because the contents actually work, and they’re more expensive to produce,” she told W Magazine. “But for the majority of products, there are really great, affordable options that do the same things the really expensive products do. It’s just that the really expensive products are trying to bullshit you.”[3]

Lucky for us, she’s sharing all her skin secrets below. (And watch this space, because she’ll soon be launching a brand of her own: Rhode Skincare.)

Hailey Bieber's Skincare Routine (At a Glance)

  1. Cleansing Oils: MARA Algae Enzyme Cleansing OilDrunk Elephant Slaai Makeup-Melting Butter CleanserbareMinerals bareMinerals Smoothness Hydrating Cleansing Oil and coconut oil
  2. Cleansers: Ranavant Luminous Ceremony Cream CleanserHoliFrog Tashmoo Water Lily Nourishing Milky Wash and Perfect Skin by Christie Kidd Clean Natural Facial Cleanser
  3. Exfoliator: Perfect Skin by Christie Kidd Fresh Pads
  4. Serums: Biba de Sousa Los Angeles Plant Stem Cell Serum with Peptides, SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic, SkinMedica HA5 Rejuvenating Hydrator, Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, Dr. Barbara Sturm Calming Serum, Paula’s Choice 10% Niacinamide Booster and Dr. Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum
  5. Moisturizers: Augustinus Bader The Rich CreamDr. Barbara Sturm Face Cream, Biba de Sousa Los Angeles Cream BarrierbareMinerals Ageless Phyto-Retinol Face Cream and Dr. Barbara Sturm MC1 Cream
  6. Eye Cream: bareMinerals Ageless Phyto-Retinol Eye Cream
  7. Face Oils: Furtuna Skin Due Alberi Biphase Moisturizing Oil and Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum
  8. Sunscreens: EltaMD UV Daily Tinted Broad-Spectrum SPF 40, EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 and Supergoop! (Re)setting 100% Mineral Powder SPF 35 PA+++
  9. Retinoid: By prescription
  10. Acne Treatment: By prescription
  11. Pimple Patches: Starface Hydro-Stars
  12. Lip Balms: Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip BalmAquaphor Healing Ointment, bareMinerals Ageless Phyto-Retinol Lip Mask and Vaseline Lip Therapy Original
  13. Face Masks: Biologique Recherche Masque Visolastine +, Drunk Elephant F-Balm Electrolyte Waterfacial and Dr. Barbara Sturm Clarifying Mask
  14. Sheet Mask: SK-II Facial Treatment Mask
  15. Eye Masks: Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks and Shiseido Benefiance WrinkleResist24 Pure Retinol Express Smoothing Eye Mask
  16. Face Massage Tools: Shani Darden Facial Sculpting Wand and Zena Foster Sonic Gold Beauty Bar

Her Morning Skincare Routine

Ranavant Luminous Ceremony Cream Cleanser
Biba de Sousa Los Angeles Plant Stem Cell Serum with Peptides
SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic
SkinMedica HA5 Rejuvenating Hydrator
Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops
Dr. Barbara Sturm Calming Serum
Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream
Dr. Barbara Sturm Face Cream
Furtuna Skin Due Alberi Biphase Moisturizing Oil
Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum
Shani Darden Facial Sculpting Wand
EltaMD UV Daily Tinted Broad-Spectrum SPF 40
EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46
bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick SPF 25
bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream Broad Spectrum SPF 30
bareMinerals Original Liquid Mineral Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 20
bareMinerals Original Liquid Mineral Concealer
Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate
Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer Glow Enhancer
Laura Mercier Face Illuminator Highlighting Powder
Supergoop Resetting 100 Mineral Powder SPF 35 PA
bareMinerals Original Mineral Veil Pressed Setting Powder
Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Balm

Her Nighttime Skincare Routine

MARA Algae Enzyme Cleansing Oil
Drunk Elephant Slaai Makeup-Melting Butter Cleanser
bareMinerals bareMinerals Smoothness Hydrating Cleansing Oil
Kopari Coconut Melt
HoliFrog Tashmoo Water Lily Nourishing Milky Wash
Perfect Skin by Christie Kidd Clean Natural Facial Cleanser
Perfect Skin by Christie Kidd Fresh Pads
Biba de Sousa Los Angeles Plant Stem Cell Serum with Peptides
Paula's Choice 10 Niacinamide Booster
Dr. Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum

5. Prescription Retinoid

“I have really sensitive skin and I’m all about prevention.... I’m starting to get to the age where it’s probably the earliest I could start taking preventative steps, but I still want to. The retinoid I started using was actually made for me by a dermatologist who knew what my skin type was and made it super gentle.”

Biba de Sousa Los Angeles Cream Barrier
bareMinerals Ageless Phyto-Retinol Face Cream
Furtuna Skin Due Alberi Biphase Moisturizing Oil

8. Prescription Acne Treatment

“I find when I’m working a lot and I have a lot of different makeup put on my face—different foundations, different concealers—my skin is just insanely sensitive. So I find that I break out a bit more when I have a busier work schedule. Since I’m breaking out a little bit right now on my chin area, I'm going to put the teeniest bit—because I’m super sensitive—of a prescription spot treatment that I got from my dermatologist. And I’m just going to dab it right on the little problem areas for me. Seriously, the teensiest, teensiest bit just because, especially with prescription stuff, I find that it can be really, really harsh on the skin if it’s overdone or used too much. I've had to learn that the hard way multiple times.”

Starface Hydro-Stars
bareMinerals Ageless Phyto-Retinol Eye Cream
Aquaphor Healing Ointment
bareMinerals Ageless Phyto-Retinol Lip Mask
Vaseline Lip Therapy Original

Her Skincare Treatments

Biologique Recherche Masque Visolastine
Drunk Elephant F-Balm Electrolyte Waterfacial
Dr. Barbara Sturm Clarifying Mask
SK-II Facial Treatment Mask
Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks
Shiseido Benefiance WrinkleResist24 Pure Retinol Express Smoothing Eye Mask
Zena Foster Sonic Gold Beauty Bar

Facials

Dr. Barbara Sturm: “I don’t do any extraction facials. I don’t think those are very good for you, like I don’t want somebody poking and prodding at my face all the time! If I’m gonna do them, I’m gonna let a dermatologist do it the way they know how to do it. I let Barbara Sturm do facials on my skin, only. I’ve enjoyed the results from her the most... when you leave your skin is literally radiating, so dewy and beautiful.”

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy: “I’m a big believer in starting young with anti-aging (providing it’s not harsh), so every five months I have PRP. They take blood from your arm, spin it into a machine to create your own plasma, then microneedle roll it into your face. In terms of extreme treatments, that’s probably the furthest I’ve gone. It really works to stimulate good glow, and it’s all coming from your own body.”

The Skincare Edit Recommends

Skin Witch LA: “I work with a massage therapist in L.A. who has taught me a lot about Gua Sha, and I’m a big believer in facial massage to keep the skin looking fresh and young. It also feels so luxurious.”

HydraFacials: “My skin is really sensitive, so I’m not a huge fan of facials with extractions, which are too hard on my skin. I’m into treatments that are really soothing, like HydraFacials, which use water and suction to cleanse.”

Dermatologist

Christie Kidd, PA-C: “I visit my dermatologist as often as possible. She’s amazing."

Her Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle

Alcohol

“I went through a phase in life when I was out all the time and drinking a lot but that really wasn’t good for my skin. I’d then get a breakout and dry skin. I thought about my lifestyle and habit choices and said to myself, ‘Am I willing to compromise?’”

Liver Cleansing

“Both my husband and I are really healthy, so sometimes we’ll do it at the same time. I did a cleanse where I was flushing my liver and just drinking a ton of water and juice and tea and soups. There’s so many different things you can do, like sitting in a sauna is detoxing or an Epsom salt bath.”

Supplements

“I’ve gone through a lot of trial and error with supplements for healthy hair, but prenatal vitamins have been the most helpful. I can’t take biotin—if I do, I get really painful, deep breakouts. Most hair supplements marketed for growth don’t work for me, so I’ve been using prenatal vitamins for a while now as they give you essential nutrients, while keeping your skin and hair in great condition.”

Pilates and Yoga

“I’ve been doing hot Pilates for around two years now. I first started going to a place in Brooklyn and then I discovered a place out here in L.A. that I’ve gone to for quite some time now. I’ve been a fan of hot yoga for a very long time too. You come out dripping in sweat and my face is like a tomato and it’s good for your skin! I love it! I’m obsessed and it’s addictive.”

Sleep

“Sleep is so important for the skin. Sleep and rest are so important for our overall health. If I don’t sleep and I’m travelling a lot, that’s when I start to see that I get broken out a little bit or really dry. When we’re resting, our skin should be in its most neutral state.”

Self-Care

“Self-care for me can be a lot of different things. I think it can be taking a nice, long bath; it can be spending time outside; it can be praying; it can be reading a book; staying off your phone; putting your phone in the dresser for the weekend. I think it’s whatever you feel like is feeding your soul.”

Attitude

“I think my philosophy on beauty is, you know, we all have our own beauty in one way or another. I think most of the time that comes from within. As you grow and evolve as a person and when you’re kind to people and you love people, it does show on the outside as well. I think when people are like, ‘You’re glowing!’ I think that’s coming from the inside when people say that.”

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