Style Dove Cameron Shares Her #1 Beauty Hack for Waking up With Glowy Skin
Skin Fasting: How Good Is The Beauty Diet Really For The Skin?
© Imaxtree Diet for the skin: The skin-trend beauty trend really makes sense. Imaxtree fasting cures in everyday life rely on millennia-old traditions that promise a cleansing and regenerating effect for the body and mind. fasting of care products is said to have the same effect for skin . We took a closer look at the beauty trend and explain below how good this diet really is for the skin.
Emmy award-winning actress and singer Dove Cameron is beyond beautiful (...but you already knew that). The Seattle, Washington-born star got her start on Disney's teen sitcom Liv and Maddie in 2013 and has been gracing the big screen in feature films ever since. She also just dropped a song "Remember Me". Cameron joins us in her home for the latest episode of Masked and Answered where she's giving ($44) a whirl. The singer shares all her skin secrets, so press play and pay attention!
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She also swears by vitamin E Oil (an Amazon purchase), which she started using after movie set makeup. She takes off all her makeup, applies the oil, and lets it settle onto her skin for about five minutes before moisturizer. She uses($195) and ($19) when she's traveling or feeling extra dry. "I feel like when I wear a lightweight moisturizer, I'm just putting it on nine times in a day, which there's nothing wrong with. But if I wear a heavy moisturizer, I put it on like three times in a day," she says, explaining why she prefers a more weighty moisturizer rather than a lightweight option. Following that, she taps ($45) on and an eye roller filled with rose quartz to work it in. For SPF, she swaps between ($145) and ($38).
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"My number one beauty hack is to sleep in a sheet mask," she reveals, which she does if her skin is especially dry at night.($15) and ($15) are the two she keeps in rotation and tries not to let fly across the room when she sleeps. For health and wellness, her motto is: "Oil, water, sleep, and stay out of the sun," she lists. She's also been taking lots of vitamin E supplements lately. "I'm a big believer that if you take vitamins internally it's going to show up externally," Cameron shares. "I also take fish oil [supplements] since everyone always says it's really good for your skin, and turmeric, which is really good for clearing up inflammation." Oh, and if your skin isn't cooperating, her advice: "I don't know anything that fights acne or dry skin better than drinking a shit ton of water," Cameron shares.
Jessica Alba Reveals Her Impressive 8-Step Skincare Routine (That Clearly Works!)
She reveals the product that makes her face "looks like it just took a big drink of water."Jessica blessed fans with a Youtube video all about her full skincare routine. She demonstrates each step of her process in the most adorable way, beginning with donning an animal-ear adorned, pink headband.
Watch Cameron's full video above for more details on her skincare routine. Don't forget to subscribe toto catch up on the latest episodes of Masked and Answered and share your favorite mask in the comments.
TikTok Might Make You Want to Put Pepto-Bismol on Your Face—But Derms Say Otherwise .
Many of us are doing home treatments, but this particular hack probably won't produce the results you want. Is it harmful? Experts weigh in.The latest TikTok entertainment to completely consume my attention: Pepto-Bismol face masks. Yes, people are actually smearing the pink antacid on their skin in the hopes of achieving a clear complexion.