Amelia Gray Hamlin is just like Us! The 19-year-old used to be so self-conscious about her body “bumps” that she used to cry herself to sleep. But these days, she’s feeling a lot more comfortable in her own skin, which she credits to a popular $25 body wash.
On Tuesday, August 25, the daughter of Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin went on The Skinny Confidential Him and Her Podcast. During the hour-long episode, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s youngest daughter opened up about her skincare philosophy and her product must-haves.
“I swear by keeping it simple,” Amelia told listeners. “When I was 12, I had really bad bumps on my forehead. I wouldn’t call it cystic acne. Bumps on my forehead bumps on my head, bumps on my back, until I was 16 and then I went to Coachella and got the worst breakout of my whole entire life on my chest and on my back.”
“I was so self-conscious,” she revealed. “I would literally cry myself to sleep. When I say bumps, I mean thousands of bumps down my back, down my chest. Why? We didn’t know.”
The teen visited a specialist at Cedars-Sinai in L.A., who gave Amelia what she describes as a “retro wash.” But apparently, it didn’t help. “After multiple visits to the doctor, I started washing my chest and back with Necessaire Body Wash ($28) — cleared my whole entire skin.” she said. “It literally changed my life.”
This body wash is available in three different options: fragrance-free, eucalyptus and sandalwood. The gel formula is Clean at Sephora-approved, which means it’s formulated without 50 potentially harmful ingredients.
Besides her body wash, Amelia alternates between a few different face washes that are free of sulfates and parabens to quite literally put her best face forward. Her regimen includes top-rated French skincare products from Biologique Recherche: Lait U Cleansing Milk, Lait E.V and Lait VIP 02.
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