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Vogue Australia · 13 skincare products Hailey Bieber actually uses

If you’ve ever had a proper look at Hailey Bieber’s skin—either in person or via one of your many screens—there’s no way you could argue against the fact that her complexion leaves little room for competition.

Whether she’s red carpet bound, posing for a cover shoot, fronting a campaign, or walking down the aisle (as she did with husband, Justin Bieber), the Los Angeles-based model is always sans blemishes, free of creases and never fails to amp up her glow. And, her obsession with skincare is likely to have something to do with it. Now, Hailey Bieber finally lets us in on her secrets.

“I’m such a big skin person and I love being in the sun and I love body lotion and hair products,” Bieber told Vogue during her cover interview for our October 2019 issue (which you can find on the Vogue Youtube channel) confessing that her infatuation with it had reached the point of her considering her own range. Enter: Rhode, her own skincare line launched in 2022, which women around the world flocked to in the hope of recreating Bieber’s glazed-doughnut skin.

But of course, behind every great face is a solid skincare routine and seasoned skin expert. Recently, Australian facialist Melanie Grant—who splits her time between Sydney, Paris and Los Angeles—took to Instagram to give us a rough rundown of Hailey Bieber’s skincare routine. The same routine her husband is likely following now too.

And considering Grant looks after the likes of Victoria Beckham, Phoebe Tonkin, Nicole Warne, and even Kim Kardashian West, you can only imagine that Bieber’s routine is as luxurious as can be.

Per Grant’s Instagram post, following a consultation at Grant’s Melrose Place studio, Bieber’s prescribed products include an anti-pollution milk cleanser from cult French skincare brand, Biologique Recherche, a healing serum which counts Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kourtney Kardashian as fans, and a deeply hydrating anti-ageing moisturiser that’s literally called The Rich Cream.

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