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I Tried It: Amina Adem Natural Skincare Routine
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I Tried It: Amina Adem Natural Skincare Routine

Creative Producer and Spelmanite Maura Chanz has amazing, flawless skin, so we had to know, what's her skincare routine?


Maura tells xoNecole her secret is the Black woman-owned and created Amina Adem all-natural skincare products. The founder of her eponymous skincare line, Amina Adem, is an internationally renowned beauty therapist and certified aromatherapist who's used her skills to create products with therapeutic-grade essential oils that smell great and keep your skin soft and clear.

Maura tried Amina Adem and hasn't looked back. She walks xoNecole through her simple skincare routine.

1) Amina Adem Miracle Cleanser

Amina Adem Miracle Cleanser

First, Maura uses the Amina Adem Miracle Cleanser ($40) for 60 seconds and rinses with warm water and pats dry.

2) Amina Adem Hydrating Toner

Amina Adem Hydrating Toner

Next, she applies the Amina Adem Hydrating Toner ($40) with her hands as opposed to a cotton pad to avoid abrasion.

3) Amina Adem Ultra Nourishing Face Oil

Amina Adem Ultra Nourishing Face Oil

Next up is the Ultra Nourishing Face Oil ($90) which she also applies with her hands to penetrate and moisturize the skin.

4) Ultra Hydrating Serum

Amina Adem Ultra Hydrating Serum

Finally, she seals in all the moisture on her skin with Amina Adem Ultra Hydrating Serum ($98) for the perfect glow.

"I love that the products come in both full size and travel size," Maura tells xoNecole. "I can get an instant glow, morning or night, whenever, wherever."

Watch Maura's skincare routine below:

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