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Kristin Cavallari made her television debut on MTV’s hit teen reality show Laguna Beach back in 2004. She’s come a long way since—Cavallari is now an entrepreneur behind jewelry and home goods brand Uncommon James, a mother of three, and wife to former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler. The MTV alumna also recently launched Little James, a children’s clothing line inspired by her kids. Her reality show, Very Cavallari, chronicles her personal life and business endeavors down in Nashville. Season two of the series is currently airing on the E! network.

In this episode of #GoToBedWithMe, the reality star veteran breaks down every product in her nighttime skincare routine, the importance of removing your makeup before going to bed, and the one product her husband is known to steal from her on occasion.

Kristin’s Routine:
Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes
Tatcha Foaming Enzyme Powder
KH Skin Lab Retexturize Nighttime Restore
Revision Skincare Retinol Complete 1.0
Tatcha Ageless Revitalizing Eye Cream
Herbivore Lapis Facial Oil
Tom’s Natural Toothpaste
Sulwhasoo Essential Lip Serum Stick

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20 replies
  1. Sophie Salerno
    Sophie Salerno says:

    I don’t care what ANYONE says. Makeup wipes are the most convenient and easiest way to remove makeup. Esp when you are a mother. Let her do what Works best for HER. My God when did this world become so judgey and perfect that they can criticize everyone else for what they don’t like. Get over it. Don’t use wipes if you don’t like them. Simple solution. No need to ruin your day over what everyone else is doing 🙂

    BOK BOK CHOI says:

    Nothing against wipe makeup remover users but lets be honest here I get triggered when I don't see people use the oil thing to remove makeup. Anyone else? 😂 this is a stupid comment

  3. Isla R
    Isla R says:

    There’s nothing wrong with makeup wipes 🙄 I’ve been using them all my life with conjunction with a second cleanser and my skin looks amazing. At the end of the day it’s mostly about genes.

  4. florenceandthemakeup
    florenceandthemakeup says:

    I find it crazy that people STILL use wipes in 2019. You’d think everyone would know how harmful they are to you. Also stripping your face of it’s oil is counterproductive, no wonder she feels dry!

  5. Just JayC
    Just JayC says:

    Where are the black women nighttime skincare routines??? Bring in people like Yara Shahidi, Michelle Obama, Jada Smith, Gabrielle Union, Meagan Good, Amanda Stenberg and so many others!!??!???

  6. Michelle R
    Michelle R says:

    I just wish these videos werent based on plugging a product. I personally feel like itd be almost a miracle to just see someone showing a new washing technique or all natural type of things you can use at home rather than spending more money on products that dont really do the job and just promoting another brand. Soap, water, facial brush or a clean wash cloth, baking soda cleans so well, clears blackheads and brightens your complexion. Love her and this is nothing at all to do with her and I comprehend the promotion of products is just an extra way these stars or social media people to make their money and I'm not hating on them or their earning cash. Just want some good remedies to clear skin, brighten etc skin without all the fuss to do with products and labels.

  7. Kayla Warner
    Kayla Warner says:

    She needs to eat a burger. Jesus! And i hope she doesn't treat her 🐱the same way she treats her face. She needs to watch a proper korean skin care video to learn how to tend to her skin

  8. Whitney Sterk
    Whitney Sterk says:

    So much terrible info in this video

    Makeup wipes in general
    Washing face only at night
    Using a cream and no serum
    Thinking facial oils will break you out
    Misunderstanding chemical v harmful chemicals

    She’s got the money, she should see an esty for a proper skin regime.

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