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This $99 Vitamin C Eye Cream Has Become A “Holy Grail” Skincare Product For Hailey Bieber

And it has a very special connection to Rhode Skin.

By Diandra Malivindi
If there's one thing that Hailey Bieber does well, it's taking care of her skin.
In every photoshoot, Instagram post and YouTube appearance, her complexion is as radiant as ever without a blemish in sight. So, naturally, we're all ears whenever she shares even an ounce of information about her skincare routine.
Taking to her YouTube channel, Bieber shared another video from her interview with fellow YouTuber Hyram Yarbo. In said video, the pair dive deep into different skincare techniques, with each spilling the beans on their favourite must-haves.
For the 25-year-old model, shared her "holy grail" products that helps her skin to have that signature glow—more notably, her bright, under eyes.
But what product is responsible for her under eye radiance? Well, she confessed that it is none other than BeautyStat's Universal C Eye Perfector.
"It's one of my favourites," she tells Yarbo in the video, as she fawns over the bottle.
In an earlier video with the two, Bieber also revealed that another BeautyStat product has become a go-to in her skincare routine, and it's the brand's Universal C Skin Refiner, thanks to its softening and brightening properties.
"It has changed my skin," Bieber said in the YouTube video, adding that it's "one of my holy grail products".
All developed by BeautyStat themselves, the Eye Perfector works to blur imperfections and dramatically reduce the appearance of dark circles, while simultaneously fading fine lines and wrinkles.
"This has actually been the under-eye product I've been using for the last couple months," Bieber revealed in the video. "I'm really, really obsessed with it."
But it turns out, the BeautyStat products play an important role in the development of Bieber's own products, for her highly-anticipated, yet-to-be-released skincare brand, Rhode Skin.
Ron Robinson, the CEO and chemist behind BeautyStat, actually has a rather special connection to Bieber. The latest YouTube video by the model explains that Robinson actually helped her when it came to developing the products for Rhode Skin, which is set to be launched in June 2022.
As a chemist, Robinson has worked with a plethora of brands which makes it easy to see why Bieber has sought his expertise. Of course, we barely know any details about Rhode Skin at the moment, but we can rest assured that Robinson's help with developing the products can only mean good things for the upcoming brand.
Keen to try out Bieber's go-to Vitamin C Eye Cream? Get your hands on it yourself, before her 1.69 million YouTube subscribers beat you to it.
BeautyStat Universal C Eye Perfector, $99.10 at Cult Beauty.
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