The facial oil that Hailey Bieber uses to look like a “glazed donut”

Beauty / May 04, 2021

This past month, Hailey Bieber joined the YouTube community. Like every new YouTuber, she’s going through the different video staples. One of them is the classic “Skincare Routine” upload.

Here, Hailey revealed a unique take on beauty. “My standard when I go to bed at night is that if I’m not getting into bed looking like a glazed donut, then I’m not doing the right thing.”

This involves applying face oil on top of a thick face cream. Her choice is the Furtuna Skin Biphase Moisturizing Oil.

This oil is formulated with Wild Organic Anchusa azurea, this oil harnesses the medicinal botanical also known as “nature’s botox” to soothe sensitive skin while providing a plumping effect. Wild Organic Calendula gives the oil its yellow hue which in turn adds a sun-kissed glow while practically blocking harmful blue light.

The Biphase Moisturizing Oil delivers a double dose of immediate hydration first with botanically infused organic olive oil packed with a decadent concentration of wild-foraged organics. The second phase of hydration comes from Furtuna Skin’s exclusive organic olive leaf water which protects the skin using antioxidants, oleuropein, and hydroxytyrosol. These powerhouse ingredients keep the skin feeling rejuvenated and refreshed. After using this powerful face oil only once, the skin will appear visibly plumped; it also supports collagen synthesis so after a few weeks of use the skin will be noticeably firmer and resilient.

Hailey notes that she loves this oil because she is constantly on set having different makeup looks and heavy layers of pore-clogging foundation applied to her skin. The Biphase Moisturizing Oil is the perfect reset product to calm down and nourish sensitive skin while also providing a healthy glow. Whether Hailey is getting ready for work or getting ready for bed, this luxe oil has been a tried and true staple in her skincare arsenal.


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