These are the exact skincare products Lizzo used to transform her skin

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Photo credit: Emma McIntyre - Getty Images
Photo credit: Emma McIntyre - Getty Images

Lizzo is not shy on social media. Whether it be about her body or her political views, she's shared it. Now, she's giving us an insight into her beauty routine.

The singer has previously struggled with her skin over the years and had to go through 'skin rehab' to fix it. Now, she's revealed exactly what her strict skincare routine entails to keep her skin looking glowing and red-carpet ready.

She wakes her skin up with spring water

"Water is really important for the face and hair. I go to the bathroom and, believe or not, hit myself with some Evian spray to the face," she told the New York Times.

She dermaplanes her face before the red carpet

Lizzo's make-up artist, Alexx Mayo, shared that he used the Dermaflash Luxe on the singer before the 2021 Grammys. In a post on his Instagram, he shared that "it’s the best way to get rid of any dead skin cells and peach fuzz for the smoothest foundation application".

She’s a believer in Sunday Riley skincare

Lizzo previously shared with NYT that she went to a dermatologist with her skin dilemma and said, "I really have to get serious about my skincare". He recommended the Sunday Riley skincare line. Which products in particular? All of them. "I have the whole Sunday Riley system now. I don’t mix systems," she told NYT. "I would mix if I felt like it, but if it works for me, I don’t mess with it."

She uses Charlotte Tilbury for red carpet prep

For the 2021 Grammys, Mayo shared that he used a slew of Charlotte Tilbury skincare products to prep the singer's skin. The lineup included the Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask, Charlotte's Magic Serum Crystal Elixir, Magic Eye Rescue Cream, Magic Cream Moisturiser, and Charlotte's Magic Lip Oil Crystal Elixir.

She uses face oil instead of highlighter

She used to use a highlighter on her days off but now she says she doesn't need to because "I’ve been using the Glow oil, and I think that works better," she told NYT.

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