Suki Waterhouse Reveals Her Skincare Secrets

14/08/2014 16:43 | Updated 20 May 2015

Since she was first asked to model as a teenager, Suki Waterhouse has become the face of Burberry's Brit Rhythm fragrance and bagged herself a Hollywood actor as a boyfriend (Suki has been dating Bradley Cooper since March 2013.) Not bad for a 22-year-old from Chiswick.

However, despite her success in the fashion industry, Suki is still a tomboy at heart. In a recent feature for Into The Gloss, she confesses she's not into blow dries and hates taking her makeup off, just as much as the rest of us.

"I do try to wash my face before I go to bed now, which I never really used to do," she writes on the site.

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"Sometimes, if it's really dire, I won't, but most times I get around to it, even if it's just with water. I usually don't take off eye makeup, though, because it's a nightmare and mascara will be running down everywhere. I do keep Lancome Bi-Facil Eye Makeup Remover by the bed with some little wipes, so I can just roll over and do it."

Lazy, last-minute makeup removal? Yep, we can identify with that. As for her favourite skincare procucts, Suki says her current favourites include Creme de la Mer The Cleansing Lotion and Obagi Sun Shield Matte Broad Spectrum SPF 50 to protect her skin from the LA sunshine.

It helps that Suki's dad, a plastic surgeon, also has a skincare clinic in London and she also makes regular visits to see facialist Shani Darden when she's in LA (Rosie Huntington Whiteley recommended her.)

But her supermodel skin isn't all down to expensive spa and skincare treatments.

"I will do crazy skincare things in the kitchen, as well," she says. "I love coconut oil, so if I come home at night feeling all dry and like a fossil I'll put my hand in a jar of coconut oil and just mush it over my face."

Is there any A-lister who doesn't love using coconut oil to boost radiance and get their hair looking glossy? Apparently not.

Want to find out more about Suki's beauty regime? Read the full article on Into The Gloss.



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