The $28 Toner Hailey Bieber Reaches For To Calm Her "Angry," Irritated Skin

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Hailey Bieber may be known for her smooth, "glazed donut" complexion, but even she's no stranger to the skin issues that plague us all, like breakouts and irritation. On June 25, the Rhode Skin founder opened up via IG stories about how "angry" her skin has been feeling in the days since launching her long-anticipated skincare brand.

"For the past week my skin has been a little angry and irritated for I think a few factors," she captioned a close-up selfie. According to her caption, Bieber's skin has been suffering lately thanks to a cocktail of factors: "stress, travel, lack of sleep, PMS, [and] testing out a new product."

She, of course, didn't say which product she's been testing but it might be safe to assume that she's testing formulas for a product that'll soon be added to Rhode's lineup.

In the stories that follow, the model goes on to call out a few products she typically turns to when combating inflammation. "Usually when my skin gets like this I only reach for products that will help calm and heal the skin while keeping bacteria away," she says.

The first one she recommends is the Tower 28 SOS Daily Rescue Facial Spray, a pH-balancing toner designed to treat redness and irritation in sensitive and acneic skin.

Bieber's other three go-tos are the Rhode Skin Peptide Glazing Fluid and Barrier Restore Cream, both of which currently have a waitlist, and the Avène Cicalfate+ Restorative Protective Cream.

In a previous interview with WH, Bieber mentioned that she typically likes to take care of her skin by not wearing heavy makeup whenever possible and keeping her overall regimen simple. "I’ve always been really into keeping my skin healthy," she said. "I've always been the kind of girl that loves the no-makeup-makeup and letting my skin breathe, especially since I started working over the last six years."

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