‘Grown-ish’: Yara Shahidi Reveals Her Skincare Routine

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It’s been a few years since Yara Shahidi came into the public eye as Zoey on Black-ish. And now that she’s used to the crazy schedules and events, she knows how to handle her skin and deal with occasional break-out.

Speaking with Teen Vogue, she dished on all her secrets in her skincare routine.

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1. Take care of your insides.

As Shahidi notes, skincare isn’t just about caring for the outside, it’s about your inside too! She says, “One general secret that I love is pressed juice for boosting whatever you’re doing in your skincare routine. So, I use that to try to clear my system if I feel like a breakout is correlated to something I ate or something that I’ve done that day. Ginger is key in making sure that I clear my digestive tract just to make sure that I’m treating it internally as well.”

2. It’s all about the deep cleaning.

Shahidi is a big fan of the deep cleanse. She says,

“For my skin, I cleanse really deeply, like I said before. Twice a week, I’ll do an exfoliator. The Clean & Clear version is nice because it has aloe and peppermint, which I really love because I’m an essential oils kind of gal! When you get those essential oils in there, you really do see and feel a difference and your skin just feels that rush of peppermint or aloe. Hydration is key, too, so I love to lotion. Our family has lotion in every room! Rosehip oil is another thing that I love for extra hydration.”

3. Get your routine down pat.

Skincare is all about practice, practice, practice. For Shahidi, that means sticking to the essentials. “I always do the Clean & Clear Makeup Wipes that help get off the day’s grime and makeup. When I get home and I’m getting ready for bed, I like to use the Triple Clear Bubble Foam Cleanser. It’s fantastic because I need something that’s really gentle for my sensitive skin, but still really effective.


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Lena Finkel
Lena Finkel is the founder and editor of Femestella and The Feminist Health Source. She started Femestella in 2016 and soon realized the need for reliable and judgmental-free health articles. In 2022, she launched The Feminist Health Source as a sister site that hopes to help people of all genders, sexualities, body types, abilities, and more get the health information they need. When she's not busy working on Femestella and The Feminist Health Source, you can usually find her binge-watching the latest Netflix series and snuggling with her Tuxedo cat.