Met Gala 2022: Emma Chamberlain Used Cerave Skincare

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Better safe than sorry. 

Upon further digging on Instagram, it appears that she recently signed on as an official spokesperson for the brand, sharing a personal anecdote about her skin concerns while raving about the ultra-soothing products

 “@cerave has been my go-to since … forever. It’s the most reliable stuff out there for me. My skin has always had a mind of its own (especially in my armpits which get particularly dry for no reason LOL) and CeraVe saves the day every. time,” she wrote. “I trust them because their products are all developed with dermatologists and have three essential ceramides that help restore skin’s natural moisture barrier. #ShareSkincare 💙💙💙”

It’s no wonder that her makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan used an assortment of CeraVe’s best-sellers on her skin prior to the Met Gala to get her skin as glowy and refreshed looking as possible. 

“CeraVe is one of my favorite brands [because] I know the products are going to consistently perform as desired and are easily accessible for everyone. Knowing that I’m using the right products allows myself to feel confident that the skin will be properly prepped for flawless makeup,” Deenihan tells PEOPLE.

Buy It! CeraVe Ultra-Light Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30, $13.99 (orig. $15.99); 

We hear that. There’s nothing worse than an unexpected skin flare-up before a special occasion, so we always advise sticking with what works, and it sounds like CeraVe works wonders on dry and sensitive skin types.

“I knew I needed a toner that wouldn’t strip the skin, but rather [than] an alcohol-free formula, [I went with one] that would actually hydrate the skin while leaving it balanced and smooth. As for moisture, the CeraVe Ultra-Light Moisturizing Lotion was perfect to make sure Emma’s skin was hydrated but not greasy, which would produce too much shine under the makeup.” 

The beauty pro topped off Chamberlain’s skin prep with a dollop of the CeraVe Eye Repair Cream, which brightens and depuffs in a pinch. 

Keep scrolling to shop the CeraVe products Emma Chamberlain used ahead of the Met Gala.

Buy It! CeraVe Hydrating Cream-to-Foam Cleanser, $17.30 (orig. $18.99);

Buy It! CeraVe Eye Repair Cream, $10.96 (orig. $14.99); 

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