Hailey Bieber's skincare routine costs over $1000. Here's how to dupe it.

There is probably no one more followed on social media for their skincare recommendation than Hailey Bieber. Her Instagram grid is filled with selfies and videos amassing millions of views featuring her using her favourite skin and makeup products. 

These videos usually show a look into her daily rituals, which include products from her own brand Rhode and other popular skin and makeup brands to achieve her 'glazed doughnut' skin.

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In a recent TikTok, Bieber showed all the products she is currently using to prep her skin for a photoshoot. The video quickly amassed thousands of comments from people shouting for the product list and routine details, saying they were "manifesting her skin" with her final signature glossy skin look constantly on people's skin wish lists. 

Although Bieber's routine is relatively low maintenance and short compared to other celebrities' skincare routines, Bieber's is undoubtedly pricey, coming in at around $1195 for all the products she uses. 


While Bieber's own skincare brand Rhode is yet to be available to purchase here in Australia, many of the products she uses have really affordable alternatives that we can easily pick up here. Let's take a look at the full routine and see how you can achieve the same glass skin look for less. 

Hailey Bieber's skincare routine.

To begin her routine, Bieber starts by applying an at-home enzyme facial peel. The Pumpkin Peel mask from Protective Nourishment ($98) is a celebrity favourite at-home treatment for an effortless deep clean that will make your skin smooth and appear more refined. 

Fruit Enzyme masks are very popular for gentle but highly effective exfoliation. Peter Thomas Roth was one of the first to come out with a pumpkin and enzyme-based face mask with their Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, which you can pick up from Sephora for just $70 and get near identical results for smooth, radiant skin.

As a general skincare rule, when we remove something from the skin by exfoliating, it's essential to replace it with extra nourishment. So next, we see Bieber use the cult classic SK-II Facial Treatment Masks ($159) for precisely this reason. 

These are deeply nourishing sheet masks that use a specific type of byproduct from fermented yeast that is highly beneficial to the skin. This byproduct is the secret ingredient in all SK-II's products; however, it's actually an ingredient that has been used in lots of Korean skincare products for a very long time. 

If you follow Korean skincare trends, you will know the cult favourite Fermentation Mask from Benton is a fantastic dupe for the SK-II Sheet masks and only $2.50. These sheet masks both use the same ingredient, galactomyces ferment filtrate, to protect and nourish the skin and give an instant 'lit from within' glow. 


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Now Bieber's skin is smooth and hydrated, and she begins on her typical skincare. 


Every routine she does begins with her Rhode Glazing Milk; she claims this is her "essential prep step" in her routine. This milky essence is a ceramide-enriched creamy toner that helps to deeply hydrate.

Bieber has often commented on her skin sensitivity and dryness issues; hence, it's no surprise she used multiple hydrating and barrier-calming products. While toners aren't necessarily essential in a routine, these creamy essence-type ones are more like a lightweight serum. 

They are equally full of great skincare ingredients as they are hydrating and balancing like traditional toners. 

Cosrx has the Comfort Ceramide Cream Mist which is $38 and works as the perfect 'essential prep step' in replace of the Rhode Glazing Milk, so no one needs to miss out. 

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Bieber has never been known for using lots of active serums within her skincare routine; this isn't surprising because of her sensitive skin, considering they can often lead to irritation. Her serum of choice is the celebrity skincare favourite Vintners Daughter Active Botanical Serum

This product was one of the first active oil/serum hybrids to come on the market, and it's still a cult favourite today. By creating a blend of botanical oils and extracts, this product moisturises like a regular face oil; however, it also helps to brighten and refine your complexion with phytonutrient extracts. 

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Because they are all placed in an oil base, this means the active ingredients are applied to the skin far more gently and don't penetrate as deeply, reducing your risk of irritation. 

While this all sounds great, the price tag of $315 makes it near unachievable for most. 

However, if you want to try an oil serum hybrid, the Vela Days Oil Infusion is a fantastic dupe for only $89. This oil-based serum will nourish your skin with vitamins, antioxidants and fatty acids while also helping to gently brighten pigmentation for a radiant, glowing complexion.

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Bieber regularly massages her skincare products into her skin with the Medicube Age-R Booster H ($509) Device. This skincare tool claims to help your products penetrate deeper, giving you that 'glass skin' like look. 

While the jury is still out on these claims if you want to try a device to massage in your skincare, the Foreo UFO Mini ($229) is half the price and has the same warming, pulsing and LED light properties for you to achieve this effect.

Bieber then uses Rhode Restore Barrier Cream ($44), a rich shea butter-based moisturiser enriched with ceramides and peptides, to lock in all her skincare. This cream helps soothe your skin barrier while providing hydration and anti-ageing benefits. 


One of the best value peptide moisturisers to try while we await Rhode to come down under is The Inky List Peptide Moisturiser which is just $29. This cream is also a rich shea butter moisturiser that uses the power of peptides to help smooth and hydrate your skin.

Lastly, Bieber is never seen without her Rhode Peptide Lip Treatment ($24). She often uses this lip balm over every makeup look to finish off and gloss her lips. While the use of peptides in lip balms isn't common, they can be an excellent option for helping to plump fine lines in your lips and keep them smoother for longer. 

NUDESTIX have the Hydra-Peptide Lip Butter for just $23, which is a great way to include peptides in your lip care with this soft and glossy lip balm that can be used on its own or over your favourite lip colour.

While these products might not have you looking exactly like Hailey Bieber, they will get you one step closer to achieving your own 'glazed doughnut' skin at a fraction of the cost. 

Have you tried any of the above products? What do you think of Margot Robbie's skincare routine? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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