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Demi Lovato’s Gorgeous, Glowing Skin In ‘SNL’ Selfie — Get Her Exact Skincare

Fri, October 16, 2015 10:36am EDT by Dory Larrabee Add first Comment
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Demi Lovato is preparing to be the musical guest on the Oct. 17 episode of ‘SNL’ and after a sound check on Oct. 15, she posted a gorgeous, glowing selfie. Get her clear skin secret.

Demi Lovato‘s skin always looks picture perfect. Her esthetician for many years, Renee Rouleau, has a newly reformulated product that is perfect for clear skin this fall and beyond. Get Demi’s secret weapon for a gorgeous glow below.

Demi posted a selfie on SNL‘s Instagram on Oct. 15, with the caption: “Selfie after soundcheck. #SNL #SNLBackstage”

The winter in NYC is already changing, and especially along the river, the wind is getting stronger and more harsh on skin. When skin gets thirsty, give it a drink! Renee’s Skin Drink is super hydrating and soothing and is great on acne-prone skin. Unlike other “moisturizing” products that are thick and clog pores, this one contains salicylic acid to combat breakouts and Vitamin C to brighten and refresh skin. You can even apply it under a mask for extra benefits. Renee’s clients include Demi, Emmy Rossum and Emma Roberts — we have a feeling they would all love this product!

Demi Lovato’s Skin On ‘SNL’ — Gorgeous Glow As Musical Guest

Skin Drink is oil free, paraben-free and won’t clog pores. Apply under a moisturizer at night, and one with SPF in the day. Just because you have oily or acne-prone skin does NOT mean you can skip moisturizer.

Renee told “Moisture is essential for soft, supple, comfortable and healthy skin, yet when skin is exposed to water alone, the water is not retained between skin cells where it is needed most. Designed to help prevent individual skin cells from losing water, the oil-free Skin Drink creates the smooth, more youthful-looking appearance of healthy, intact skin that my clients are always looking for.”

Are you going to try Demi’s secret weapon?

— Dory Larrabee-Zayas