7 Beauty Products That Keep Kristen Bell Glowing
Every time we think it’s not possible to love Kristen Bell more, she does something to prove us wrong. Cries at a sloth; creates a line of sloth cookware. Is adorable with hubby Dax Shepard; posts an all-too-relatable relationship truth on Instagram. But one thing that remains consistent? Her flawless skin. Sure, it might be good genes, but girl also knows a thing or two in the skin-care department. Here, some of her tried-and-true beauty products that keep her glowing.
Clarisonic Cleansing Brush
Bell constantly stresses that good skin comes from proper and regular cleansing and upkeep. In more than a few interviews, The Good Place actress credits her Clarisonic brush for cleaning her skin at night and removing pores of any makeup, oil or debris from her day.
Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes
She’s also been known to dabble in double cleansing, which allows your skin to hold onto any natural oils while still targeting any makeup and dirt. In an interview with W magazine, she explained that she’ll start with these makeup wipes to remove all makeup and then put her Clarisonic to work to really get into pores.
skyn ICELAND Plumping Lip Gels
One of the things we love about Bell is her uncanny ability to keep it real—even when she’s getting all glammed up. While getting ready for the Emmy’s last year, she snapped a quick selfie of her pre-makeup prep, including a sheet mask for her lips, under-eyes and forehead.
DEESSE Professional LED Facial Mask
The nearly-hysterical stars took to Instagram stories to document their journey of Shepard discovering his wife mid-LED treatment. The mask, created by esthetician Shani Darden, zaps problem areas like fine lines, wrinkles and acne through a series of changing colors. He hilariously inquired if it was real or just a bit to scare him. Beauty is pain fear, Dax.
Klorane Dry Shampoo
Even the Frozen star sometimes resorts to dry shampoo between washes. And while she admits she’s probably tried them all, her favorite is Klorane’s version, made with the of-the-moment ingredient, oat milk, because it “gives a really nice mix of making your hair feel clean, because it’s dry shampoo, but also making it feel a little bit dirty.”