Lili shared a bunch of different things, so bear with us here…
The first is a mask called Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, which she says is “amazing for cystic acne” and “super cheap on Amazon.” (Lili’s not kidding—the best-seller is $14 for a pound on Amazon.) The clay-based mask can help sop up excess oil (although if you have dry skin, you should probably steer clear).
Next up is Renee Rouleau’s Triple Berry Smoothing Peel ($86.50, reneerouleau.com), an exfoliating peel that Lili says should be used “only once a week or less.” She followed that up with another Renee Rouleau product, the Rapid Response Detox Masque ($60.50, reneerouleau.com). “I use this every day when I’m breaking out and three times a week when my skin is clear,” she captioned a pic of the mask.
When she has zits, Lili turns to Mario Badescu’s Drying Lotion ($17, ulta.com). She also threw in a few moisturizers like GlamGlow’s Dream Duo treatment ($59, Sephora.com) and Kate Somerville’s Dilo Oil ($65, sephora.com), the latter of which she says she uses when her skin is recovering from a breakout.
Lili’s skin is insanely gorgeous, so clearly this routine is working for her.
She’s not the only celeb offering up beauty tips lately: Kim Kardashian recently revealed that she uses Nexxus Emergencee Treatment on her platinum blonde hair. Kate Middleton’s beautician also shared earlier this year that the Duchess uses a DIY facial of Nutella, sugar, and lip balm.
Sure, drinking more water will help your skin, but sometimes you just need good old-fashioned product recommendations to take you to the next level.
This article originally appeared on Women’s Health US.