Christian Wilkins reveals his VERY expensive $1200 skincare routine while enjoying a day of pampering after celebrating the New Year
Christian Wilkins has revealed his skincare secrets.
The 29-year-old star, who hosts online talk show Pour Me a Drink, revealed how he gets his signature glow by sharing his skincare routine on Instagram.
Christian wore his signature blonde locks in a quirky bun as he discussed his personal post-New Year routine.
Christian Wilkins, 29, (pictured) has revealed his VERY expensive $1,200 skincare routine while enjoying a post-New Year’s day of pampering in a clip he shared to Instagram on Tuesday
The celebrity debuted with the Dr. Dennis Spectralite, which is available in Mecca for around $680.
The light addresses fine lines and wrinkles and improves skin’s texture to reveal a more youthful glow.
Christian revealed that he also uses rice detergent as a cleaning agent and it retails for $57. He then uses a moisturizer and pads under his eyes.
The celebrity debuted with the Dr. Dennis Spectralite, which is available in Mecca for around $680
Tatcha, the Dewy Skin Cream, retails for $104 and eye patches are $75.
The star then used face serum and a gua sha tool to reduce puffiness and beautifully contour the face. Tools typically cost around $75.
the dr Dennis C+ Collagen Brighten + Firm Vitamin C Serum, which retails for $128.
Christian applies serums to his face while wearing gel patches under his eyes
Christian finished off the indulgent routine with the Mecca-morphosis Revitalizing Hydration Mask, which retails for about $54.
The influencer encouraged, “RISE AND SHINE it’s a new year starting with a little self love thanks to bae.”
It comes after Christian revealed the shocking abuse he is suffering at the hands of online trolls during an interview on ABC.
Christian was seen holding the Dr. Dennis C+ Collagen Brighten + Firm Vitamin C Serum, which retails for $128
The 29-year-old socialite told Insight in August he’s received thousands of trolling comments after daring to defy gender stereotypes on the red carpet.
‘People [were] tell me to OD, people tell me that I’m a disgrace. I mean, I was very surprised to find out that the patriarchy was so weak that it could be destroyed with a piece of white silk,” Wilkins said.
The model and actor said he was genuinely shocked by the level of backlash surrounding his outfit choice and hopes it inspires others to express their true identity.
Christian finished with the Mecca-morphosis Revitalizing Hydration Mask
He also credited his parents, entertainment guru Richard Wilkins and flight attendant Michelle Burke, for their continued support of his gender expression.
“As a kid, I kind of always loved anything pink and glittery… I was never exactly encouraged to wear dresses. But my parents said if I wanted to, they would definitely let me,” he explained.
Indeed, Christian’s father Richard praised his son for expressing his unique style at the Logies, writing on Instagram: “To anyone who dares to say that I am in any way ashamed of my son Christian’ ‘… for whatever reason… you’re wrong!’
‘I couldn’t be prouder!! He’s an extraordinary human being who will make his mark on the world long after his detractors are gone,” the Nine host continued. “I love you unconditionally,” he added.
Christian’s father Richard (right) recently praised his son for expressing his unique style at the Logies. “To anyone who dares to suggest that I am in any way ‘ashamed’ of my son Christian… for whatever reason… you are wrong!” the Nine host wrote on Instagram