Olivia Culpo Uses This “Beauty Stamp” Device to Minimize Pores
By Julie Ricevuto |
Celebrity skin expert, Nurse Jamie, has been keeping some of the most famous faces in Hollywood (think Kim Kardashian West-level famous) looking their best for years now. But while most of her celebrity clients are fans of her face cupping facial and uplift tool, Olivia Culpo opts for treatments that include a “beauty stamp” to minimize pores instead.
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In an Instagram post on Nurse Jamie’s account, Culpo is seen using the Nurse Jamie Beauty Stamp Micro-Exfoliation Tool ($50). According to the post, the product uses a gentle press and lift action to exfoliate away dead skin and promote an improved delivery of your skincare products so they can work more effectively.
This babe @oliviaculpo is FLAWLESS! ❤️In Spa 🍉Vitamin Infused Facial (💳$150) ☀️As the largest organ of the body, our skin absorbs the nutrients and anti-oxidant vitamins that we put onto it. Fight free radical damage and environmental aging with Vitamin-Infused oxygen therapy that is delivered into the skin through a fine mist. 💜Olivia's favorites- 🌟EGF Stem Cell Complex (💳$125) ✨Beauty Stamp (💳$50) 🌷The beauty stamp is a unique micro-exfoliation tool that utilizes a gentle press & lift action to enhance delivery and promote increased effectiveness of your skincare products. 🌎 www.nursejamie.com to purchase ❤️310-587-3502 to schedule a consultation For behind the scenes videos, add me on Snapchat!👻 @NurseJamieLA nursejamiela. . . . . #nursejamie #nursejamiela #celebrityskin#celebrity #beauty #beautifulskin #lips#lipenhancement #beverlyhills#beautifulskin #clearskin #hotbody#perfectlips #perfectpout #enews#youthfulskin #santamonica #bestnurse#nonsurgical #tightening #laserit#beforeandafter #la #magazine
It turns out, Olivia isn’t the only one to love this Nurse Jamie product. Huda Kattan, a makeup artist and beauty influencer with over 20 million fans on Instagram, is also a fan.
It turns out "stamping" is actually a technique used in dermatologist offices to push hyaluronic acid deeper into the skin after getting injections like Botox. So, this Nurse Jamie product is essentially the at-home version of that, making it a sure-to-be cult-favorite among consumers and derms alike.