‘Selling Sunset’ Star Christine Quinn Says She ‘Can’t Live Without’ This Luxe Mask

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Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images


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  • Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn says a luxurious face mask is the one skincare product she “can’t live without.”

  • The reality-show personality swears by Sisley Paris’ Black Rose Cream Mask.

  • Quinn isn’t alone: dozens of reviewers praise the product for skin that’s instantly smoother, softer, and more luminous.

No matter the occasion, Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn is always camera-ready—and one of her most enviable features (on top of her always eye-catching style and signature blonde locks) is her flawless skin.

Seriously, whether she’s closing a deal on a multimillion-dollar home or just running to the store, there’s nary a blemish in sight. The reality star recently shared a little bit more about how she keeps her skin so luminous in an interview with Byrdie.

“The one skincare product I can’t live without,” the Selling Sunset standout said, “would probably be the Sisley Paris Black Rose Cream Mask.”

Formulated with shea butter, chlorella, essential oils, and vitamins E and B5, Sisley’s mask is designed to deliver instant relief for dry skin. The brand explains that using it just two or three times a week revitalizes, softens, and hydrates skin—a must for dry climates and the colder months.

Yes, while the mask costs about as much as you’d expect a Los Angeles-based real-estate agent to spend on a skincare product, it’s supposed to work wonders. And although Quinn didn’t expand on her desert-island pick (she’s a busy woman, people), online reviewers have shared more than enough praise to go around.

“Before now, the only time the brand Sisley was on my lips was to cringe at the high price tag,” one writes. “I've always heard people saying their skin ‘drank up’ a product; I thought it was just a hyperbole. With the Black Rose mask, my face literally drank it, absorbed it, whatever. But after about 15 minutes of relaxing, there was a small bit of product left to tissue off/rub in, and my skin looked GORGEOUS. Like porcelain!”

“This mask delivers as promised, especially instant results and immediate benefits,” another reviewer raves. “I was amazed at how fantastic my skin looked and felt after I washed it off. Smooth, wrinkle-free, no redness, even tone, clear, luminous, refreshed, soft.”

“I had my doubts, but with itchy, red, and extremely dry skin in the dead of winter, I decided to give it a try,” yet another explains. “I am so happy I did. I use it every other night as a face cream rather than a mask, and it leaves my skin feeling supple and looking bright. The subtle rose scent is an added bonus.”

If the masks' $172 price point is a bit above budget, Quinn does have one more attainable skincare rule she always follows: apply some SPF. “Wear sunscreen! Like, do not go out and burn yourself,” she said in the Byrdie interview. “It's so common. And I just want everyone to wear sunscreen because that's what's going to keep your skin young and beautiful forever."

So while you might not be able to recreate the rest of Quinn’s glamorous lifestyle at home—we can’t all wear designer dresses while traipsing around L.A., after all—at least her skincare is a touch more accessible (or at least parts of her routine are). If nothing else, we’ll look luminous by the time season four of Selling Sunset premieres!

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