Paige DeSorbo’s Go-To Vitamin C Serum

In a recent Amazon Live session, actress Paige DeSorbo gets honest about her struggle with acne. “The reason my skin got better is because I went on a pill, but then I swore to myself that when I got off the pill, I was really going to take care of my skin and I have. So, I’m gonna tell you the things that I’ve been using that have been working.”

DeSorbo says her skin is more on the oily side, so the Caudalie Instant Detox Mask ($39) is the perfect unclogging mask to even out her complexion. When she’s feeling drier, she opts for LAPCOS Seaweed Sheet Mask ($17). “They feel so good and my tip is I keep all of my sheet masks and my under-eye masks in the refrigerator. It feels better when you take it out of the fridge and put it on. That’s when I’ll use my ice roller or my jade roller to push the serums more into my pores.”

For serums, DeSorbo gives Sunday Riley a shoutout. “They have a liquid exfoliator that I like because my skin is very sensitive, so I can’t use an exfoliator that’s gritty on my skin because I feel like it’s scratching it.” The one she constantly reaches for: Sunday Riley Good Genes All-in-One Lactic Acid Treatment ($122). “I also love the Sunday Riley CEO Glow Vitamin C & Turmeric Face Oil ($40). “I would say one of these lasts me kind of a long time. I think I’m at my third bottle in two years because you don’t actually use that much.”

Also on tap in her routine is the Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Niacinamide Dew Drops Highlighting Serum ($21). “Anything from this brand I really love,” she says. To top off her serums, it’s the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration Moisturizer ($16), which claims to improve skin hydration by 169 percent. “I use this all over my body, my face, everything.”

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