This Is How Much 8 Celebrities Spend On Their Skin-Care Routines

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It’ll make your last Sephora haul seem cheap.

Forget diamonds, skincare is really a girl’s best friend. Especially if you’re a girl who also happens to be a major celebrity. After all, you’re constantly photographed and filmed—it’s your job to put your best face forward! We investigated the routines of the most beauty-obsessed A-listers to see the products they love and the treatments they swear by, and put together an estimate on how much their go-to skin-care routines actually cost. One thing is clear: Keeping your face and body red carpet-ready comes with a hefty price tag.

CHRISSY TEIGEN
From chowing down on burgers to flashing her stretch marks, Chrissy Teigen may be one of the most relatable models ever. While her food cravings mirror all of ours (I mean who can say no to late-night Waffle House?), her skin-care routine is a different story.

Teigen shared with Refinery29 that she loves SK-II Facial Treatment Masks, ($135 for 10, sk-ii.com) to keep her dry skin fresh and glowing. These masks are supposed to infuse skin with a blend of vitamins, amino acids, and minerals, leaving your face super moisturized and radiant. (Women’s Health’s Slim, Sexy, Strong Workout DVD is the fast, flexible workout you’ve been waiting for!)

She is also a fan of the Shani Darden Deesse Premium LED Mask ($1,800, shanidarden.com). It’s a futuristic-looking mask from her facialist, Shani Darden, that delivers low-power light beams that are supposed to reduce fine lines, boost collagen, and kill acne-causing bacteria. Teigen shared a spooky pic of the mask in full effect on her Snapchat.

Besides masks, Teigen’s love affair with La Mer products is well-chronicled—she became the new face of the brand in 2015. The three skin-care items she can’t live without? The brand’s body cream ($195 for 6.7 oz., cremedelamer.com), moisturizing cream ($170 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com) and renewal oil ($240 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com). She also told Allure how their concentrate ($360 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com) worked wonders on her stretch marks: “The La Mer The Concentrate saved my life. I’m constantly 25 minutes late to everything because my lotion regimen is that long. I put it everywhere.”

KIM KARDASHIAN WEST
After returning from her social media detox, Kim Kardashian West is back to posting about skin-care habits that only a true 1 percent-er can appreciate. While it wasn’t as extreme as her vampire facial (which could cost between between $1,500 and $2,500, according to US Weekly) she took her complexion to new heights by getting a laser treatment on her trip to Dubai in January.

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Forget diamonds, skincare is really a girl’s best friend. Especially if you’re a girl who also happens to be a major celebrity. After all, you’re constantly photographed and filmed—it’s your job to put your best face forward! We investigated the routines of the most beauty-obsessed A-listers to see the products they love and the treatments they swear by, and put together an estimate on how much their go-to skin-care routines actually cost. One thing is clear: Keeping your face and body red carpet-ready comes with a hefty price tag.

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CHRISSY TEIGEN
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CHRISSY TEIGEN
From chowing down on burgers to flashing her stretch marks, Chrissy Teigen may be one of the most relatable models ever. While her food cravings mirror all of ours (I mean who can say no to late-night Waffle House?), her skin-care routine is a different story.

Teigen shared with Refinery29 that she loves SK-II Facial Treatment Masks, ($135 for 10, sk-ii.com) to keep her dry skin fresh and glowing. These masks are supposed to infuse skin with a blend of vitamins, amino acids, and minerals, leaving your face super moisturized and radiant. (Women’s Health’s Slim, Sexy, Strong Workout DVD is the fast, flexible workout you’ve been waiting for!)
She is also a fan of the Shani Darden Deesse Premium LED Mask ($1,800, shanidarden.com). It’s a futuristic-looking mask from her facialist, Shani Darden, that delivers low-power light beams that are supposed to reduce fine lines, boost collagen, and kill acne-causing bacteria. Teigen shared a spooky pic of the mask in full effect on her Snapchat.

Besides masks, Teigen’s love affair with La Mer products is well-chronicled—she became the new face of the brand in 2015. The three skin-care items she can’t live without? The brand’s body cream ($195 for 6.7 oz., cremedelamer.com), moisturizing cream ($170 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com) and renewal oil ($240 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com). She also told Allure how their concentrate ($360 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com) worked wonders on her stretch marks: “The La Mer The Concentrate saved my life. I’m constantly 25 minutes late to everything because my lotion regimen is that long. I put it everywhere.”

Total Cost: $2,900

Kim Kardashian West
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KIM KARDASHIAN WEST
After returning from her social media detox, Kim Kardashian West is back to posting about skin-care habits that only a true 1 percent-er can appreciate. While it wasn’t as extreme as her vampire facial (which could cost between between $1,500 and $2,500, according to US Weekly) she took her complexion to new heights by getting a laser treatment on her trip to Dubai in January.

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GETTY IMAGES; SHUTTERSTOCK
Forget diamonds, skincare is really a girl’s best friend. Especially if you’re a girl who also happens to be a major celebrity. After all, you’re constantly photographed and filmed—it’s your job to put your best face forward! We investigated the routines of the most beauty-obsessed A-listers to see the products they love and the treatments they swear by, and put together an estimate on how much their go-to skin-care routines actually cost. One thing is clear: Keeping your face and body red carpet-ready comes with a hefty price tag.

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CHRISSY TEIGEN
Chrissy Teigen skincare routine
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CHRISSY TEIGEN
From chowing down on burgers to flashing her stretch marks, Chrissy Teigen may be one of the most relatable models ever. While her food cravings mirror all of ours (I mean who can say no to late-night Waffle House?), her skin-care routine is a different story.

Teigen shared with Refinery29 that she loves SK-II Facial Treatment Masks, ($135 for 10, sk-ii.com) to keep her dry skin fresh and glowing. These masks are supposed to infuse skin with a blend of vitamins, amino acids, and minerals, leaving your face super moisturized and radiant. (Women’s Health’s Slim, Sexy, Strong Workout DVD is the fast, flexible workout you’ve been waiting for!)
She is also a fan of the Shani Darden Deesse Premium LED Mask ($1,800, shanidarden.com). It’s a futuristic-looking mask from her facialist, Shani Darden, that delivers low-power light beams that are supposed to reduce fine lines, boost collagen, and kill acne-causing bacteria. Teigen shared a spooky pic of the mask in full effect on her Snapchat.

Besides masks, Teigen’s love affair with La Mer products is well-chronicled—she became the new face of the brand in 2015. The three skin-care items she can’t live without? The brand’s body cream ($195 for 6.7 oz., cremedelamer.com), moisturizing cream ($170 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com) and renewal oil ($240 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com). She also told Allure how their concentrate ($360 for 1 oz., cremedelamer.com) worked wonders on her stretch marks: “The La Mer The Concentrate saved my life. I’m constantly 25 minutes late to everything because my lotion regimen is that long. I put it everywhere.”

Total Cost: $2,900

Kim Kardashian West
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KIM KARDASHIAN WEST
After returning from her social media detox, Kim Kardashian West is back to posting about skin-care habits that only a true 1 percent-er can appreciate. While it wasn’t as extreme as her vampire facial (which could cost between between $1,500 and $2,500, according to US Weekly) she took her complexion to new heights by getting a laser treatment on her trip to Dubai in January.
KATE HUDSON
Kate Hudson’s entertaining Snapchat stories give us a sneak peek into how she maintains a kickass complexion. It’s partially due to her openness to try the latest high-tech skin-care devices—no matter how crazy they appear.

She modeled an intense set of eye patches on her Snapchat in May. They definitely aren’t the run-of-the-mill peel off and apply ones—just look at those wires! “Microcurrent devices [like the patches] are a common beauty trend being used right now. The thought is that they can help stimulate collagen and tighten the skin,” says Zeichner. You can find an over-the-counter version like WrinkleMD Eye Hyaluronic Deep Infusion System ($180, amazon.com).

Like Teigen, she is also a fan of Shani Darden’s Deesse Premium LED Mask ($1,800, shanidarden.com), which she also modeled on her Snapchat. Two other treatments she deemed worthy enough to document on social? Kiehl’s Turmeric and Cranberry Seed Energizing and Radiance Mask ($32 for 2.5 oz, kiehls.com), and Wei Beauty’s Dragon Blood Instant Lift Eye Mask ($60, amazon.com).

Hudson has also revealed to InStyle that the Eve Lom Cleanser ($54 for 3.3 oz, amazon.com), Tata Harper Repairative Moisturizer ($105, amazon.com) and May Lindstrom products such as The Youth Dew serum ($120 for 20 mL, maylindstrom.com) top her complexion must-haves list.

KHLOE KARDASHIAN
Just like her sister, Khloe Kardashian isn’t afraid to put it all out there when it comes to beauty.

In an interview with New Beauty, Kardashian also expressed her affinity for laser treatments. “I love lasers and I do a ton of them on my face; I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I do them more for discoloration, but they do tighten, too. I’ve also done CoolSculpting and treatments for the stretch marks on my butt.” CoolSculpting starts around $1,000 per area while a Coolaser treatment for her face runs around $4,000. You can see her actually getting laser treatments on her butt in an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians:

When it comes to her nightly routine, she keeps things a bit simpler. She shared with Into The Gloss that she uses two different cleansers: Kiehl’s Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser ($21, kiehls.com) for breakouts and a natural cleanser from her derm. Before washing, she takes off her makeup with baby oil ($10, amazon.com) or coconut oil ($13, amazon.com). She then uses La Mer’s Crème de la Mer ($170 for 1 oz, cremedelamer.com) and Bio-Oil Specialist Moisturizer ($17, amazon.com). “Sometimes I combine the two to thin it out, but I tend to like a really heavy cream to sleep in,” she said of her dual moisturizers.

ALICIA KEYS
For most celebrities, the thought of forgoing makeup on national TV, a magazine cover, or a red carpet would quite possibly be their biggest nightmare ever. But for Alicia Keys, that’s normal life these days. Since last May, the R&B superstar has embraced the #nomakeup movement, making everyone drool over just how dang pretty her bare face is. While good genes play a part, Keys has clearly nailed her skin-care game.

Dotti, the woman behind Keys’ au naturale mug, shared her complexion-perfecting secrets with W. Keeping the skin cool is one of her main techniques since it brings the blood to the face, resulting in an “I Woke Up Like This” glow. She creates this effect two different ways: First she dips a jade roller ($90, lingskincare.com) in ice until it’s freezing before rolling it over skin to tighten pores. She also grates up a cucumber and places it on top of any areas she wants to brighten up, such as around the eyes.

Oils are another big component of Keys’ routine. Three of her mainstays are the MV Organics 9 Oil Cleansing Tonic ($69 for 2.2 oz., mvskincare.com), Instant Revival Booster ($69 for 1.2 oz., mvskincare.com), and Pure Jojoba Oil ($32 for 1.2 oz., mvskincare.com). And although she doesn’t take selfies when she’s applying face masks, Dotti noted that Keyes regularly uses the SK-II Facial Treatment Mask ($135 for 10, sk-ii.com) and the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Masque ($52, amazon.com).

The finishing touch to perk up Keys’ features is Vita Liberata’s Self-Tanning Anti Age Serum ($45, amazon.com). “It’s great when you love your skin but you want to add that hue of life to it. It just makes the skin look more alive—it gives a tan, but in a very natural way. A very golden hue,” explained Dotti to Into The Gloss.

KYLIE JENNER
The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner brood and the founder of her own makeup empire, Kylie Jenner may actually be the most practical of her siblings when it comes to skin-care products. She shared her steps with the New York Times—and yes, there is even a drugstore purchase included in the mix. TiZO3’s mineral sunscreen ($30, amazon.com) is one of her staples, along with an all-natural moisturizer called Mimosa Blossom Dream Cream ($18.50, amazon.com) (she’s a fan since it doesn’t irritate her sensitive skin). She also relies on Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment With Avocado ($29 for 0.5 oz, kiehls.com) and Neutrogena’s Makeup Remover Wipes ($5 for 25 wipes, amazon.com). Sephora’s face masks ($6, sephora.com) have made their way into her rotation as well: “I found these masks at Sephora that all my friends are using. I’m obsessed with them. On the shelf there are a million of them—Sephora makes them—so you can try different ones. They’re so much fun.”

And like most teens (it’s easy to forget that Jenner is only 19), she has to deal with annoying breakouts. Recently she Snapchatted the zit-buster she swears by—Mario Badescu Drying Lotion ($17, amazon.com).

GWYNETH PALTROW
What would a round-up of price-y skincare routines be without the reigning queen of splurging, Gwyneth Paltrow? The Goop founder has never been shy about revealing the beauty treatments she swears by (vagina steaming anyone?). However, the $50 price tag of detoxifying your lady parts is reasonable compared to some of her other indulgences. Don’t believe us? Here’s a sampling of her skin-care rituals:

•A $50 infrared sauna session: When the average person feels sick they reach for some Emergen-C, but when Paltrow does she opts for a more glamorous remedy: an infrared sauna. “Unlike traditional saunas, these infrared ones use radiation to generate heat and tend to have lower temperatures. There is some thought that infrared heat penetrates deeper into the skin to help soften, relax your muscles, and help increase the production of sweat, which parts of the body of dirt oil and pollution that may have accumulated on the skin’s surface,” says Zeichner.

• $500 oxygen facials: Paltrow told Harper’s Bazaar about her regular visits to the Los Angeles-based facialist Sonya Dakar: “I love her Organic Omega Booster serum. I try to go once a week now that I live in L.A. I think facials really help with staying young.” Her go-to is the oxygen facial, and the Organic Omega Booster is $52 (sonyadakarskinclinic.com) .

•$2,500 Thermage treatments: Always one to try anything in the name of anti-aging, it’s been reported by Charlotte’s Book that Paltrow has experimented with Thermage. What exactly is Thermage? “It’s a device that emits radio frequency energy to improve skin texture and elasticity. It heats up collagen in the skin, loosening up at structure, and allowing it to reform in a tighter more healthy configuration as the skin heals,” says Zeichner. “It can also help stimulate new collagen production.” While it may sound like a good way keep her complexion youthful, even Paltrow admits how painful it can be, warning that it feels “like you’re being smacked with an electric band,” she told Hello! Magazine.

Paltrow also launched a skincare line in 2016 with Juice Beauty and shared her favorite products with the New York Times. Everyday she uses the revitalizing day moisturizer ($100, shop.goop.com), enriching face oil ($110, shop.goop.com), perfecting eye cream ($90, shop.goop.com), and replenishing night cream ($140, shop.goop.gom). She also loves the instant facial ($125, shop.goop.com) for a tingly skin pick-me-up. She also talked about some non-Goop indulgences that include Drunk Elephant’s Umbra Sheer Defense SPF 30 ($38, drunkelephant.com), Tammy Fender’s Bulgarian Lavender Body Oil ($65, amazon.com), The Organic Pharmacy’s Rose and Jasmine Body Oil ($66, barneys.com) and Ursa Major’s Face Wipes ($24 for 20 wipes, amazon.com).

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