Kristen Bell shares the one beauty product she uses to reduce redness and inflammation

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Kristen Bell spends most of her days on set, but the actress knows when it’s time for her makeup to clock out. In an episode of Vogue’s “Beauty Secrets,” she shared her wash routine from start to finish. She specifically focused on reducing redness and inflammation as well as the tangible benefits of proper hydration, sleep and meditation.

She rattles off products that frequent her daily routine, from her own brand’s Happy Dance CBD Heat-to-Toe Coconut Melt to even the Hello Bello SPF 55+ Sunscreen Mineral Lotion. However, there was a moment in the video that she acknowledges her redness and how to fix it.

SkinCeuticals Photo Corrective Gel, $67

Kristen Bell
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This hydrating botanical gel is ideal for all skin types but specifically focuses on calming and hydrating the skin while improving visual redness. This is a great product to try if you have sensitive, dehydrated, blotchy, discolored, acne-prone or aging skin.

You may wonder what makes this gel so good. It contains hyaluronic acid, cucumber, thyme and other botanical ingredients that soothe and calm skin. Mulberry also helps fade the appearance of discoloration.

Because of its amazing anti-inflammatory properties, this calming gel is helpful even if you don’t suffer from redness or rosacea. Perhaps you’ve had an acne flare-up and want to soothe inflammation.

Be sure to check out the entire Vogue “Beauty Secrets” video. But if there’s one product you need to add to the cart, it’s this corrective gel.

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