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Here's The Skincare Routine Behind Saweetie's Glow

We know Saweetie as a Grammy award-winning artist and “It” girl, but she has quickly become known for something else: her beauty. With over 12 million followers on Instagram, it’s safe to say that people are captivated by the “My Type” artist’s beauty and life. And being the smart businesswoman that she appears to be, she has leveraged her looks into lucrative deals with brands such as MAC cosmetics and, more recently, Athena Club. But while her makeup, hair, and nails are always on point, we can’t forget the foundation, i.e., her skin.


Saweetie’s skin always appears smooth and glowy, without a blemish in sight. Luckily for us, she dropped her skincare routine. In an interview with Glamour, the 30-year-old revealed that she is a skincare maximalist.

“It takes me about an hour to get ready for bed every night,” she said. “My mom bought me my own skin tool kit, so I get caught up in cleaning my skin every night. I love doing that.”

Here are the products Saweetie uses to keep her skin fresh and acne-free:

Cleanser

The “Icy grl” loves to use Dr. Barbar Sturm’s cleanser and facial scrub.

Toner

Saweetie follows up her cleanser and facial scrub with a toner. “I like using Ole Henriksen and Tatcha,” she said.

Serum

Next, she applies her serums. She named Ole Henriksen’s Truth serum and Glow Recipe’s Watermelon Glow as her go-tos.

Moisturizer

The final step is moisturizer. Saweetie says she loves a good night cream and uses Tatcha Indigo Overnight Repair and Dr. Barbara Sturm Face Cream.

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