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How Much Lizzo’s Nighttime Routine For “Extremely Sensitive Skin” Costs

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Lizzo invited her TikTok followers to “get unready” with her post-concert in a video shared on Oct. 21. “Get unready with me on tour because my skin has been breaking out,” the “2 Be Loved” singer said before sharing a glimpse of her nighttime skin-care routine for “extremely sensitive skin.”

“Now, mind you — full disclosure — there’s nothing wrong with having texture on your skin,” she added. “My issue is the itchiness that’s been happening and the irritation.”

“I have extremely sensitive skin, so if I have sensitive soaps and I accidentally use some scented soap at one of the hotels, it’ll break me out and make me itchy.”

If you haven’t seen the video and routine yet, here’s everything you need to know. First, Lizzo shows followers her thick, winged eyeliner, shimmering violet eyeshadow, and ombré lipstick in hues of purple and pink. Then, she gets down to the routine. To start, she skips makeup remover and instead uses about five generous pumps of Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser ($12), a product recommended by her makeup artist Alexx Mayo. After gently massaging the cleanser into her face, she makes sure to apply some to her chest, giving us a glimpse at her pointed pink acrylic nails with sparkling rhinestone accents.

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“My chest broke out,” she says. “I have extremely sensitive skin, so if I have sensitive soaps and I accidentally use some scented soap at one of the hotels, it’ll break me out and make me itchy.”

After lathering the product thoroughly over her skin to remove any makeup residue, Lizzo rinses her face and reaches for the FAB Pharma Arnica Relief & Rescue Mask ($32). The mask is intended to relieve dryness, dullness, redness, and uneven texture on the skin, as well as improve dark circles. Finally, she uses a Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Mask ($15), which is intended to be used on clean skin for 10 to 20 minutes, according to the package instructions.

“Yes, I left my lashes on. Sometimes I like to FaceTime my boo at night,” she playfully tells the camera, referring to her boyfriend, Myke Wright, with whom she made her red-carpet debut at an event in Los Angeles on June 4.

Ahead, see Lizzo’s full skin-care routine, and shop the products she uses every night.



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