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Halle Berry's Secret To Great Skin Is A $40 Vibrating Cleansing Tool

Sis also believes in drinking her collagen.

Beauty & Fashion

The queen of beauty, Ms. Halle-the-frickin-Berry, has pretty much established that she's ageless. In fact, her skin is probably even more radiant now at 54 years young, than during her Boomerang days almost 30 years ago. And the actress took to Instagram to detail one of her skincare routines, which she described as her "Monday morning skincare go-to."

Halle begins by explaining her skincare routine and her cleansing tool ($40) of choice:

Halle Berry/Instagram

The IGTV video, which was captioned, "A little look into my cleansing routine with one of my all time favorite skincare tools from @flawlessbeauty", details how much she's in love with her tool. The tool in question is the Flawless Cleanse Hydro-Vibrating Facial Cleanser. She describes it as having "soft, soft" silicone bristles and a motor that vibrates to get your skin super clean.

She continues:

"It actually helps the dirt and oil become dislodged...at the same time, it protects your skin."

Berry then points out that the cleanser is also "so stinking cute and so feminine" (and we should probably note that Halle doesn't seem to be a paid spokesperson for the vibrating cleanser—she just really likes it).

She then grabs her Ole Henriksen pore balance facial scrub ($28):

Halle Berry/Instagram

After explaining the scrubs that she uses in the past, she then grabs her Ole Henriksen facial scrub, wets the vibrating cleanser, and applies it for scrub. Berry sets the tool on a high vibration and gets to work.

"This feels so good…so stinking good, and it's so gentle. It's like giving your face a hug."

She ends her routine on the lowest setting, wipes off her cleanser with a warm wash cloth, and just like that, poppin skin for all of us to admire.

"Boom. You have a healthy amount of blood flow to your face, a nice shine to it, and healthy-looking skin."

For Berry, this particular go-to routine is less about the hooplah of skincare, and more about introducing us to the tool she uses for her perfect skin.

Halle Berry/Instagram

But in an interesting turn of events, in addition to other things, this is not all Halle does to keep her skin glowing. Sis once told Extra that she's big on drinking...bone broth:

"You can make it, you can go to the butcher and get all the bones they're going to throw away and he'll give them to you for free. Take the bones, boil them up for 24 hours… and you drink the broth. It's so full of collagen that it's crazy."

She also focuses on living a clean lifestyle, telling InStyle that she doesn't smoke or drink, and she wears her SPF:

"I think a lot of how you look is about how you live. I've never smoked or indulged in alcohol or drugs. Those are things that show up on your face over the years. As a busy mother, I don't have a lot of time, so I usually just cleanse and moisturize twice a day and always wear sunscreen."

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Whew, we've got a lot of work to do!

Watch Halle's full skincare routine here.

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