The nurse and part-time model has an effective skincare routine that keeps her glowing all year long, and best of all, it's full of budget-friendly products. Ciara begins her regimen by using MAC Bulk Wipes ($30) to get the first layer of makeup and dirt off. Then, she turns to her favorite cleanser, La Roche-Posay Purifying Foaming Cleanser ($14.99), which she applies with the Buttah Skin Vibe Cleansing Brush. "It honestly takes all the makeup off of your face," she shared in a video for Us Weekly.
When it comes to treatments and moisturizing products, Ciara has a go-to brand: "You’re going to notice that I’m obsessed, obsessed with The Ordinary products. They’re so affordable, and they really work. I feel like they’re just pure, raw product, and that’s what I love," she said.
To remove any last traces of dirt, Ciara uses The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution ($9). She explained that the treatment makes her skin feel "so smooth" and leaves her pores "tiny and closed." As an exfoliating treatment, Ciara turns to The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA ($7) three to four times a week. "It really does make a difference with your skin," she shared. Also in her lineup: The Ordinary's Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% ($6) treatment, its Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 ($13) serum, and its Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA ($8).
Ciara makes sure to show her lashes and eyebrows a little TLC as well. She applies a bit of Jamaican castor oil (which she gets at a beauty supply store) onto her lashes using a mascara spooly and adds whatever is left onto her brows. She explained, "I swear by this and I feel like I always get compliments on my natural eyelashes and very rarely do I wear lash extensions."
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