Vanessa Hudgens's skin care routine while traveling

One of the best types of celebrity content can post on Instagram is their skincare tash. It not only serves as a fantastic source of product recommendations – yes, of course I want to know which serum Blake Lively relies on glowing skin – but it also reminds us that stars are as obsessed with beauty products as we are. The latest entertainer to look at her regime is Vanessa Hudgens, who shared a shot of a product-covered bathroom counter with her stories. But here's the thing: It's not even her own bathroom. These are all products she took with her to a hotel when traveling.

Having clearly checked a bag, Hudgens offered viewers a glimpse of the many full-scale skin care products she cannot leave home without. "When I see my skin care together, I'm like fucking. I don't argue around lol," she wrote over the photo – and she's not kidding. I reckon a dozen bottles around the sink.

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I couldn't help but Hudgens took with him an affordable and long-term spot treatment, Mario Badescu Drying Lotion. Small enough for a continuation, $ 17 bestseller is a brilliant choice to pack because, since anyone who felt the wrath of an unchanged city water can tell you, a zit or two may seem almost inevitable when traveling. (And yes, celebrities also become zits.)

Honor of brand

If it looks like calamine lotion, it's because it's true. In addition to salicylic acid and sulfur often found in spot treatments, Drying Lotion also contains calamine to eliminate special juicy pimples everywhere, without irritating the surrounding skin. It is no wonder that it has between four and five stars in almost all retail sites where it is sold – which is serious as, everywhere. Sephora, Ulta, Nordstrom, Macy, Amazon – even anthropology. (So ​​it is safe to say Hudgens would have been able to find it somewhere if she had forgotten it at home.)

Women's Health took a super-close look at Hudgen's photo to figure out everything in her route, and it looks like the rest of the picks are not as cheap. She seems to have at least six different Drunk Elephant products, averaging about $ 60; and she also uses $ 150 Joanna Vargas Rescue Serum and $ 79 Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum. Maybe the most amazing beauty products she packed are three different units: NuFace Trinity ($ 325), Signstek ($ 40) and LightStim.

It goes without saying that it is completely understandable if you limit your guidance to some products that fit into a modest cosmetic connection. But Mario Badescu Drying Lotion should definitely be one of those products.

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