Celebrities, they’re just like us — except they always seem to have skin that glows on screen and in photos. Sure it takes a village for famous people to get radiant skin (assuming a good facialist and makeup artist living in the village) but celebs also turn to Sunday Riley products to keep their skin clear and bright. Below you’ll find a (non-sponsored!) round-up of celebrities’ favorite Sunday Riley products, so at the very least your skincare routine can be just like theirs.
Drew Barrymore, Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment
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“I’ve been using this product 1-2 times a week at night and love the results!”, Barrymore wrote on Instagram. She describes Sunday Riley Good Genes as giving an “amazing polish” to the face; the lactic acid gently exfoliates away any dullness and licorice root leaves skin looking bright. Plus, as the actor says, “if I just use this once or twice a week I see a major difference in the brightening, the tightening, and the youthening of my skin.”
Lizzo, C.E.O. Glow Vitamin C and Turmeric Face Oil
In addition to “watering” herself (aka spritzing her face with Evian spray), singer and songwriter, Lizzo, told The Cut that she is loyal to Sunday Riley products. “I have the whole Sunday Riley system now. I don’t mix systems. I would mix if I felt like it, but if it works for me, I don’t mess with it,” she said in the interview. As someone with oily skin, she loves Sunday Riley C.E.O. Glow Vitamin C and Turmeric Face Oil (“it’s so sick,” she said).
Deepica Mutyala, Charcoal Smoothie Jelly Body Scrub
Founder and CEO of inclusive beauty brand, Live Tinted, told HelloGiggles that she uses Sunday Riley for her body care. “ I use the Sunday Riley Charcoal Smoothie Jelly Body Scrub about three times a week to help smooth out my strawberry bumps. It’s really good for my keratosis pilaris — it’s so bomb and makes my skin feel so soft,” Mutyala said. The scrub contains charcoal to help draw out impurities, salicylic acid which can unclog pores and smooth bumps, and hydrating coconut water.
Helena Bonham Carter, Luna Sleeping Night Oil
In addition to getting lots of quality sleep, actress Helena Bonham Carter told InStyle that she uses Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil. Luna contains trans-retinol and hydrating oils to reduce the appearance of wrinkles while hydrating dry, dull skin, plus nourishing and calming blue tansy and chamomile.
Saweetie, U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil
Saweetie, rapper, actress and designer, is a fan of Sunday Riley U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil. She told Refinery29, “I get one or two nasty pimples that I absolutely have to get rid of because I can’t live with a pimple on my face if it’s ready to pop. One product I really love when I’m having a bad skin day is Sunday Riley U.F.O. Ultra-Clarifying Face Oil.”
Olivia Culpo, Ceramic Slip Cleanser
Fashion influencer, Olivia Culpo, shared with Vogue her 40-step skincare and makeup routine (yes, 40!). The first step on her list? Sunday Riley Ceramic Slip Cleanser which the magazine said Culpo loves for its “moisturizing feel.” It’s made using a blend of four super gentle soaps, plus French green clay and white kaolin to get skin clean while keeping it hydrated.
Zoey Deutch, U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil
If you watched The Politician on Netflix you’ll recognize up-and-coming actor, Zoey Deutch, for her role as Infinity Jackson (and for her absolutely impeccable eyebrows). According to Vie Magazine, she uses Sunday Riley U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil which could be why her skin is always so clear.
Kiersey Clemons, Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment
Like Barrymore, actress Kiersey Clemons is a fan of Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment. “It’s technically a mask, but you can leave it on all day. I’ll use that if I have an event or if I’m trying to look extra cute,” she told Glamour.
Sonja Morgan, Luna Sleeping Night Oil
Sonja Morgan, the refreshingly honest and always fun star of The Real Housewives Of New York told Allure that she uses Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil, to “lure fresh cells to the surface of her skin,” the magazine wrote. Dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, who does Morgan’s botox and filler told Allure “I can’t tell you how many people bring in pictures of Sonja, They say, ‘Whatever she is doing, I want that.” Well now her secret is out.
DJ Kittens, U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil and A+ High-Dose Retinoid Serum
“I’m gonna be dramatic and say Sunday Riley changed my skin,” DJ Kittens, the intersectional feminist and DJ told Coveteur. “I’m over the age of 25 and acne-prone and basically have every annoying skin issue in life, so it’s hard to find products that keep my situation handled. I bounce between their U.F.O. face oil with salicylic acid and tea tree (keeps all my breakouts from breaking out), and the A+ Retinol Serum helps with overall skin texture and is an extra ass kick to any wishful blemishes.” Need we say more?
Maya Jama, Auto Correct Eye Cream
British television and radio presenter, Maya Jama, told Vogue UK that she uses Sunday Riley Auto Correct Eye Cream. She told the magazine that, “eye creams are really underrated,” and that she uses Auto Correct because “it’s brightening and de-puffing,” (that’s because its ingredients include caffeine, ginseng, and horse chestnut extract).
Maddie Ziegler, U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil
Maddie Ziegler, a professional dancer who frequently collaborates with Sia said in a video for Vogue that she uses Sunday Riley U.F.O Ultra-Clarifying Acne Treatment Face Oil. “There’s no fragrance, it’s just a really clean smell which I love,” Ziegler says of the oil which contains salicylic acid, tea tree oil, and black cumin seed oil to combat acne, plus soothing chamomile and neroli.