Zendaya uses this $8 Mario Badescu facial spray for instantly glowy skin: 'It smells soooo good'
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Whether she's glammed up for the red carpet, casually winning Emmys or hanging out with Spider-Man, Zendaya always looks flawless. If you're anything like me, you've probably already searched "zendaya skin care routine" more times than you'd like to admit. Lucky for us, the star revealed on her website that one of her go-to beauty products is none other than the beloved $8 Mario Badescu Facial Spray. In fact, she credits her glowing skin to the spray, which you can easily grab on Amazon.
Amazon shoppers say this spray is refreshing and hydrating — not to mention a great value for the price. One Amazon reviewer writes that "the aloe in the formula helps to soothe any redness or irritation, and the scent is very pleasant and subtle."
The popular rose spray is infused with aloe vera, gardenia, bladder wrack and thyme, all of which work together to refresh and revitalize skin for a more radiant complexion. You can apply it after cleansing and before moisturizing as a toner, before or after makeup to prep and set your look or as a midday refresh. You know how a quick splash of water on the face makes the workday a little more manageable? Well, this is basically that, but less messy and with more beauty benefits.
(Quick note: This product does contain alcohol, dye and fragrances, so it's better suited for skin that isn't sensitive to any of those ingredients.)
It's not just the Mario Badescu spray that Zendaya keeps going back to: Below, check out more beauty products the star keeps in her arsenal, including a luxuriously rich moisturizer and an $8 edge-control smoother.
This 18-in-1 product is not only an excellent body wash; the brand says it can be also used as a face cleanser, shampoo, bubble bath, dishwashing liquid and toothpaste (yes, really). As Zendaya says, you "can't go wrong with this stuff."
It's not only Zendaya who loves this curl-control paste — Amazon buyers do too. "This is absolutely the best product to control edges and also finish off certain styles (ponytails, buns, etc)," writes one Amazon shopper with 4C hair.
This rich but nongreasy body moisturizer deeply nourishes your skin while also combating dryness, dullness and uneven texture. If you need any more convincing, Zendaya calls it the "best freakin' stuff in the world!"
Made with safflower oil and olive fruit oil, this is basically the Goldilocks of curl creams — it's not too heavy, not too light. It's formulated to make curls more manageable and soft while also fighting frizz.
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