Emma Roberts Just Shared Her Favorite Body Care Products—Including This Stretch Mark Oil That Always Sells Out

Pregnant or not, you’ll want these moisturizing gems.
Christie Calucchia
Updated Sep 24, 2020 @ 1:32 pm
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This story originally appeared on InStyle.com.

Emma Roberts consistently provides on-trend fashion inspiration, whether she’s wearing a risky leather jacket or that popular quilted coat seemingly everyone in Hollywood had last winter. And now that she has confirmed her pregnancy with her boyfriend, actor Garrett Hedlund, she’s not only treating us to her comfy yet stylish maternity looks, but she’s also giving us a peek into her new beauty routine.

Roberts posted a snapshot of a few of her current favorite body care products on her Instagram story this week. She captioned the photo “just stuff that works,” and included the coveted seal of approval: #notanad. To our delight, she also tagged all of the brands.

Instagram/@emmaroberts

The image features moisturizing body lotions, oils, and creams, which—pregnant or not—are fall staples for combatting dry skin. Most are from celebrity-loved brands, like the clean skincare company Drunk Elephant and the cult-favorite maternity brand Hatch, which is perhaps best known for its mega-popular stretch mark oil that’s sold out three times and garnered waitlists in the thousands.

Needless to say, Roberts’ body skincare collection includes hydrating heavy-hitters that you’ll want to have on hand before harsh winter weather sets in. Ahead, shop five of her top body beauty products. Your skin will thank you later.

Hatch Collection

This quick-drying oil hydrates skin while reducing the look of stretch marks and scars. While it’s a favorite among Hollywood moms and mamas-to-be, it’s certainly not only for pregnant women. And after a quick scan of the five-star reviews, it’s no wonder why the cult-favorite body product always sells out.

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Sephora

Roberts’ picks also include this vegan moisturizer from Drunk Elephant, a brand known for its clean yet effective skincare products. The body lotion calls upon plant oils, butters, amino acids, ceramides, and squalane (a deeply hydrating oil) to moisturize dry, irritated skin all over.

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Nordstrom

This stretch mark cream was formulated with new moms in mind. It contains cocoa butter and sea buckthorn extract to help skin stay hydrated and elastic. While it doesn’t yet have the cult-like following that Hatch does, if Roberts says it works, we’ll take her word for it.

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Violet Grey

For the uninitiated, Mutha is a mom-focused self-care brand with a line of luxurious face and body beauty products, including this botanical dry oil. It’s filled with nutrients, antioxidants, and fatty acids to moisturize skin without leaving behind a greasy residue.

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Violet Grey

A soufflé-like body butter, this moisturizer contains seed extracts to hydrate your body all over. It also helps the skin maintain its elasticity to diminish the look of stretch marks over time.

$95
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