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Get Coco Jones' Step-By-Step Nighttime Skincare Routine

Coco Jones has been on a high since her first Grammy win and has been capitalizing on the success. The "ICU" performer recently stopped by The Jennifer Hudson Show to talk about her win, shared her beauty secrets with Vogue, and now she has revealed her nighttime skincare routine to Harper's Bazaar. The 26-year-old explained that when it comes to her skincare, she's all about simplicity and credits her dermatologist for helping her skin after dealing with adult acne.


"I learned from my dermatologist that it really doesn't take all of those fancy glamorous products or a DIY. It really just takes good ingredients that have been working all of their lives," she said. Read below to see Coco's step-by-step nighttime routine for healthy skin.

Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover Balm

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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The Bel-airactress uses Clinique's Take the Day Off makeup remover balm to remove her makeup, starting with her lashes. "This eyeliner is extremely, extremely heavy, so I like products that don't dry me out while they're removing whatever makeup I had on during the day. And I find that this cleansing balm really does the job there," she said.

Salicylic Acid

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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While cleansing her skin with The Inkey List Salicylic Acid Cleanser, Coco opened up about her skincare journey. The singer revealed that she went through some ups and downs when finding the right products. "So, initially, as a teen, didn't struggle with any acne. It was really more when I got into like my early 20s that I started dealing with acne and definitely dark marks. Respect you guys, but God you're annoying," she said.

"So I've tried a lot of DIYs at that time, YouTube was my favorite and I was learning all of these things and how to craft all of these concoctions, ended up burning my skin. And basically, I fell in love with aloe vera because then it was like a healing agent."

Her trials, however, ended up leading her to get professional help. "But really what I realized is that all of those products are like really cute and fun and sometimes it's nice to make like a little dry oatmeal mask or put the cucumbers over your eyes--but really, you need a dermatologist," she continued. "You need a professional who does this to tell you what's going on."

Urban Skin Rx Balancing Witch Hazel Toner

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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The next step in her nighttime skincare routine is toner. "I love Urban Skin RX. So this is their Balancing Witch Hazel Toner and I like it because it's not like too intense," she explained. "So I just go all around the face with this toner. I don't really like go under my eyes too much because I know that's the most sensitive skin."

The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% Serum

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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When it comes to serums, the multi-hyphenate can't get enough of The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%. "I think it's just good for all-over balancing, toning, and a lot of really good properties. And I also just love the way it feels on my skin. I like it. It feels like a layer of like protection," she said.

Salicylic Acid Serum

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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Coco also uses a salicylic acid serum, and she admitted that sometimes she mixes it with The Ordinary whenever she's in a rush to go to bed.

Topicals Faded Serum

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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For dark spots, Coco uses Topicals Faded serum, which helps brighten the skin. "If I have dark spots, I will just like tap it on my dark spots and not my entire face and just, you know, let them do what they do while I go slumber," she said.

Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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An important step in any skincare routine is moisturizer. Moisturizing the skin is typically the final step as it keeps your skin from being dry. The "Double Back" artist's go-to moisturizer is Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream. "I love it. It's light, but it also really does hold weight and make you feel very refreshed and hydrated."

She went on to talk about how good it smells and how she likes to massage the cream into her skin as she pretends like she is at a spa.

Laneige Lip Glowy Balm

Coco Jones Skincare routine

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In the words of Coco, "No crusty lips. It's 2024." She ended her routine with Laneige Lip Glowy Balm, putting on a thick layer for it to "settle in."

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