And in her latest Instagram post, Lady Gaga's showing off her glowy, healthy, freckly skin in a makeup-free snap.
"Thinking about the world and sending love. I walk in circles and reflect sometimes about what I want to say. I want to say I love you," the "Rain on Me" singer, 34, captioned the photo.
“Goddess,” one person wrote. “Angel,” said another. “Oh such a beauty our Lady Gaga,” someone else wrote.
This isn't the first time Gaga has sent fans wild with a fresh-faced pic. Back in Feb, she took to Insta to capture a shot of her pastel pink hair tossed in a topknot, wearing only a hint of lipgloss.
"Sushi!!!!! 🍣💕🧚♀️🤗#2020," she captioned it.
Demi Lovato commented, "Hot 🔥💗," and of course her Haus Labs team was here for it, writing, "💕💕💕💕💕."
When it comes to her skincare, Gaga doesn't mess around. Her longtime makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, told Today that the singer has "the most incredible skin in the business."
Tanno has revealed Gaga uses and lots (and lots) of Talika face masks. "They have one for everything you need," she explained. "I love to give the hydrating one to Gaga on a flight to keep the skin hydrated. The anti-ageing one is great for makeup prep because it tightens the pores and leaves the skin really smooth for application. They have a purifying one I like after we do a show to help detox the skin after heavier looks and sweating on stage." Gaga is also a fan of Talika’s Eye Therapy Patches to help relieve puffiness as well.
She also is super into facials. Gaga has a facialist, Joomee Song, an esthetician and owner of Faceworks Inc., who told Refinery 29 that anytime the singer was filming a close-up scene she’d do a scrub with hyaluronic acid to help minimise redness. "Instead of acids or granules, I use a piece of gauze as a physical exfoliant and hydrating emollient products to get her glow," she explained about the process. "Your skin already has the ability to shed its dead skin cells and my goal is to support what your skin can do. So, I massage in a brightening serum and then literally scrape it off with the gauze."
This article originally appeared on Women's Health US.