The Secret Behind Rach's Glowy Skin

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Playing Rach's Skincare Routine: "Buckets of goop...shoutout to my friend Gwyneth Paltrow!"
Rach's Skincare Routine: "Buckets of goop...shoutout to my friend Gwyneth Paltrow!" Aired April 13, 2020

A lot of viewers have been loving the all-natural, makeup-free look Rach has been rocking in her new at-home episodes.

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So of course, a viewer had to know the secret behind her glowy skin.

"What's your current skincare routine?" — @parsons7997

Well… Rach says she doesn't really have one: "John has more products than I do!" But she did still share a few things she swears by for healthy, glowy skin.

For facials, "I love Karine Kazarian, who has a spa a few blocks from my apartment in NYC," says Rach. "A facial is the only thing I actually like in the spa world," she adds. 

Case in point: "My friend Pattie Yankee [celeb nail artist and owner of Pattie Yankee Manibar in NYC] gives me a pedicure and I twitch during the whole thing… and I hate massages. I have nightmares about massages. John rubbed my neck one time in our apartment and I freaked out so bad that he threw his head back and knocked a hole in our drywall… and I'm not even joking." 😂

"I moisturize a ton… we buy ridiculous amounts of moisturizer. My mom gave me my first moisturizer when I was 13, I think. And so it's just buckets of goop on my face. Shoutout to my friend Gwyneth Paltrow, who I love and adore, and also believes strongly in the goop, obviously." (Get it?! 😉). "I put so much goop on my face in the morning, it's frightening… and I let it just kind of sink in there," she explains. "That's my skincare routine."

"I also think consuming copious amounts of olive oil helps," adds John. 

"Yes, olive oil! My mom puts warm olive oil on her feet and her hair, too… but I just use it for food," says Rach.

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