Emma Roberts Can't Live Without This Hydrating Serum and $20 Facial Tool

Emma Roberts Can't Live Without This Hydrating Serum and $20 Facial Tool

All skin is good skin, which is why good skin care is more of a journey than a destination. We all love a one-time tip, but at Byrdie we're more interested in how our skin develops over time. The products we've been using for a

decade make our radiant ingredient cocktails, the steps we never skip, and all the advice in between. This is what really makes a difference. In What I Put on My Face, we bring you rituals, advice, and failed experiments (we've

all been there) straight from celebrities, founders, and influencers.

If you were a child of the early 2000s, Emma Roberts holds a special place in your heart. Julia Roberts' niece Roberts joined the family business as a child star on the series "Unfabulous," which helped land her numerous teen

roles in films like "Nancy Drew" and "Aquamarine." Of course, her character became more mature and complex as time went on, and she's now best known for bringing out her darker side on American Horror Story.

In addition to acting (she's starred in some great romantic comedies recently) and being a mom to two-year-old son Roz Robert Hedlund, the Holliday actress also runs a popular bookstore called Belletrist club. Most recently, she

joined beauty brand Flawless as an ambassador, which sells a range of hair removal devices, skincare equipment and even nail machines.

When asked what drew her to the brand, Roberts revealed, "I've always been fascinated by beauty, whether it's beauty tools, makeup or facial products. "I fell in love with Flawless' tools and loved that they were all

dermatologist-approved, This way I can do [my beauty routine] easily at home—it’s a game changer. "

She's particularly "obsessed" with Flawless' Ice Roller ($10) and loves the brand's brow products. "As someone who can be overly concerned with brows," she says, "Flawless Finishing Touch Brows ($20) are one of my favorite tools."

Of course, we wanted to take a closer look at what skin-care products are currently on Roberts' list. What lies before us is what Emma Roberts faces.

about her skin

"Since having my son, I've noticed that I have melasma. It happened a lot during my pregnancy and then started happening more often in the summer. So it's the only thing I have to deal with. This is What I do." Besides the

products, there's also the fact that I'm very careful about sunscreen.

"I always have it on and can't go out without sunscreen and a hat. Otherwise, my main concern is glowing. I think that comes from the facial, but also from the heart." I mean, let's be honest: I I think the smartest people are

the happiest. So I love that self-care now isn’t just superficial – it’s a 360-degree category. "

The moment skin care products suit her

"My earliest [beauty] memory is of my mom getting ready in the bathroom and me watching her pretending to get ready. I would always go through her makeup bag to see what she was using. There was actually a picture of me wearing

lipstick Photo, I put lipstick all over my face like I was a Picasso painting because I reached into her makeup bag. Luckily, she had a camera nearby. So that's always been what I wanted to do matter."

your morning and evening routine

"They are definitely different. My nightly routine is probably the longest because in the morning all I worry about is getting ready to get up with my son or go to work, or both. So in the morning." I use Micellar water and

apply sunscreen.

"I would really take the time to wash my face at night. I used cleansing products from Biologique Recherche and Tata Harper. I would switch them up because one wouldn't exfoliate and the other would. And then, like I said, I got

pregnant Melasma started to break out when I was pregnant, and it returned this summer. So I started Dr. Diamond's Metacine ($550). It's a two-step treatment consisting of plasma and emulsion, which sounds intense, but It's

actually pretty light. After about a month of use, I noticed a big difference.

"I like to keep rose water nearby to spray. I don't know if it does anything, but it makes me happy. Like I said, happiness is important as part of your self-care routine. So I keep rose water Nearby." Always. I also use

Biologique as my face cream. I use La Mer Eye Cream ($270) – Now that I’m in my 30s, I’m in my La Mer Eye Cream phase.

"If I make a face mask, I really like the SK-II Mask ($100). But I have to do it at night before bed because one time I did one in the morning and my son was scared to see it." Wearing a mask of me. So this is a separate

activity after the baby goes to sleep. "

The skin care steps she will never miss

"Sunscreen is very important to me. I just bought a new product from Dermabasics ($49) that is chemical-free, mineral-free, and waterproof. I really had to do my research this summer because I realized To the point where I need

to apply more sunscreen than usual. I really like this - I just started using it and it's my daily companion.

"I love my rose water. I use Chantecaille ($80), which comes in a really pretty bottle and makes me so happy—I even take it to the beach."

How their daily lives evolved over time

"I made a lot of mistakes. In fact, I renewed my license and now I have to look at three licenses to compare the license I had when I was 15, the one I had when I was 21 and the new license now. See It’s hilarious how different

my brows look in every photo. We’ve all experienced weird beauty trends. At least most people don’t have as much photo evidence of their beauty fails online as I do – some of them Pictures of me when I was twelve, so it's a

little embarrassing. But it's also fun. I have a feeling any photo of a pretty girl with a faux pas is going to make a funny birthday invitation one day." The product that made the biggest difference "Besides melasma, my skincare routine is all about hydration. In fact, Barbara Sturm got me interested in the Hyaluronic Acid Serum ($110). I really like it because I feel like you don't have to use it day or night It - you can use it anytime, anywhere. I like to use it after the new and improved Finishing Touch Flawless Face ($20). I start by using the Finishing Touch Flawless Face to get rid of all the peach fuzz on my face, then use the hyaluronic acid serum. I feel like when I use it in this order, it really fits better.” Your best skin care tips "Sure, products can be great, tools can be awesome, and makeup can be super fun. But at the end of the day, I think good skin requires sleep and moisture, for better or worse. So do I." I do try to be more mindful of my sleep these days and Drink water. Your most used products "I think anything to do with lips. I feel like my lips get really dry when I'm at work, wearing lipstick all day, or flying on a plane. I love U Beauty Lip Plasma ($68), it's so hydrating and rich. When When I'm out and about, I have the Little Doctor. I have the Barbara SturmLip Balm ($55) in my bag and it always works great." The product she has been using the longest "I've been using Osea Body Oil ($84) for a long time—I've never really replaced it. For example, I always buy a new one because it's clean, simple, and very hydrating. I really like this brand." Your latest skincare obsession “I really like Kora Organics – Miranda Kerr’s line. I’ve known about it for a long time, but recently I discovered some of their new products and I think they are all great. I too Love the packaging – sometimes, there’s nothing wrong with liking the packaging!”

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