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How to Do Lady Gaga’s Skincare Routine

Could her own skincare line be next?
Lady Gaga skincare routine

Lady Gaga is as well-known for her bold, dramatic makeup looks as she is for her music. But underneath all that glam, you might be surprised to discover that her complexion is actually flawless.

In fact, her longtime makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, says that the 35-year-old “has the most incredible skin in the business.”[1] (And she would know, having also worked with clients like Gigi Hadid, Kate Bosworth and Dakota Johnson.)

“[The] first step to good makeup is skincare,” Lady Gaga recently explained on Instagram.[2] “I believe almost all skin problems are caused by disruption of skin barrier and microbiome. My trick is to use solutions that balance my skin by interrupting any inflammation caused by free radicals or products. So... I use products I develop... exclusively for me.”

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Wait—was that a hint? It sounds like her two-year-old makeup line, Haus Laboratories, may soon expand into skincare. After all, the initial trademark application included everything from facial cleansers to deodorant.

Until that happens, here’s what we know about her routine, thanks to both Tanno and Lady Gaga herself.

Lady Gaga’s Skincare Routine (At a Glance)

Cleanser

Embryolisse

Serum

Ole Henriksen

Moisturizers

EmbryolisseBy Terry

Face oil

Vintner’s Daughter

Sunscreen

Supergoop!

Lip balm

Sisley Paris

Sheet masks

TalikaTalika • Talika

Eye mask

Talika

Her Morning Skincare Routine

Ole Henriksen Truth Serum
Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre
By Terry Baume de Rose Face Cream
Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum
Supergoop Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40
Sisley Paris Nutritive Lip Balm

Her Nighttime Skincare Routine

Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre

Her Skincare Treatments

Talika Bio Enzymes Hydrating Mask
Talika Bio Enzymes Anti-Aging Mask
Talika Bio Enzymes Purifying Mask
Talika Eye Therapy Patch

Microcurrent Facials

Joomee Song: “I love this microcurrent facial. There are actually two attachments—one goes on the aesthetician, and then one goes on you. The electricity flows through both of our bodies at the same time to lift the muscles. It’s also a stress reliever, which for me means less pain because my pain is neuropathic.”

Her Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle

Sources: [1][2] • [3] • [4] • [5]


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