It’s her go-to during the summer.

Maya Gandara
Updated July 08, 2020
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This article originally appeared on InStyle.com by Maya Gandara.

Previously, it could only be assumed that celebrities’s bathroom cabinets were packed to the brim with practically every beauty product imaginable. And in one video, Lucy Hale confirmed it. In a recent Vogue spot, the actress unveiled her 25-step (!!!) beauty regimen that she completes every morning, starting at $6 makeup wipes and going all the way up to a $435 anti-wrinkle LED face light. Since her skin is the epitome of skin goals, we’re here to listen and learn all her anti-aging secrets.

While we have no doubt every product she lathers on is worth the splurge (we’re looking at you, SkinCeuticals Vitamin C Serum), Hale’s anti-aging and hydrating serum is what we’re splurging on next. The Kate Somerville Dermal Quench Liquid Lift Anti-Wrinkle Treatment protects against signs of aging, dehydration, and dry patches. “My skin definitely in the summertime gets way more dehydrated than usual, and this is one of my favorites,” she says. “It comes out super cold, and you just rub it in.”

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The treatment’s infusion of hyaluronic acid and oxygen helps to plump sagging skin over time while combatting future wrinkles and fine lines in the present.

Skin is left more radiant, softer, and moisturized after consistent use—and if Hale’s skin is any indication, it really works.

What else does Hale use? She starts off by putting her hair back with crease-resistant hair clips before prepping her skin with the Joanna Vargas Vitamin C Wash (she claims it’s great because it doesn’t strip natural oils). From there, she exfoliates away dead skin for a minute or two with the Lancer Polish Exfoliator in order to make way for “baby skin.”

Next up: Almay’s Clear Complexion Makeup Wipes to catch anything left behind. The celeb goes on to mention how she is a huge fan of LED light therapy and swears by leaving the Dr. Dennis Gross SpectraLite Faceware Pro on for five minutes each day.

You can shop Lucy Hale’s favorite treatment for hydrating her skin during the warmer months on Amazon for $95.

This story originally appeared on InStyle.com