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Regardless of if you suffer from dry skin or not, everyone needs a little extra TLC during the frigid winter months. One specific ultra-rich moisturizer has won over a celebrity makeup artist, board-certified dermatologist and supermodel Emily Ratajkowski alike. Weleda Skin Foods, you’re clearly doing something right, and at an affordable price point.
Manhattan-based dermatologist Dr. Shereene Idriss, who you might know from the viral #pillowtalkderm internet series, swears by this moisturizer in her own routine when she needs a little extra hydration. She suggests it to clients looking for drugstore moisturizers that are effective and certainly won’t break the bank.
Makeup artist Christine Cherbonnier, who has worked closely with SI Swimsuit models on various photoshoot locations, uses the moisturizer before any makeup look to prime and prep the skin. Extra hydration is the key to “having glowy, radiant skin” and allows for smooth concealer and foundation application.
Two-time SI Swimsuit model Emily Ratajkowski reaches for the Weleda Skin Food cream every winter, as well.
“I definitely lean heavily on moisturizers,” the mom of one and My Body author told Byrdie. “My skin does get so dry in New York with the heaters and stuff.”
Singer and Fenty beauty founder Rihanna, model and skincare entrepreneur Hailey Bieber and British makeup guru Katie Jane Hughes have also noted that the moisturizer has a special place on skincare shelves. Supermodel Ashley Graham said the cream “is like crack,” while actress Julia Roberts described it as a “miracle for dry, itchy, flaky” skin that “leaves it glowing and dewy without clogging my pores.”