We still don’t know multi-talent Dove Cameron’s full glam breakdown for tonight’s American Music Awards (stay tuned for more coverage), but we do know the nominee-performer does call out a very specific skin-care product in her routine on the regular.
“After cleansing I immediately go for my Thayers Witch Hazel Rose Petal Toner,” she told Glamour last year. “It’s my favorite. It’s so cheap. You can get it everywhere, at basically any drugstore. It’s been a nice, basic staple for me for a long time. The witch hazel in the formula keeps my skin clear, and it’s not heavy on alcohol or drying like so many other toners. I love the scent of the rose petals; there’s something about it that’s so nice in the morning. It feels cleansing and like a different energy. But also I feel like anything with rose in it, or rosehip oil, is good for your skin. I don’t know if it’s psychosomatic—like something I’ve filed away—or if it’s really true, but it works for me.”
Besides Cameron, it also works for a whole lot of consumers who purchase it on Ulta.com, who give the alcohol-free, $11 toner a 4.6-star rating (if you aren’t a rose fan, there’s also lavender, cucumber and unscented varieties), some of whom classify it as a “game-changer.”
“I love this product…it is an absolute lifesaver. I have sensitive, acne-prone combination skin. My acne has reduced in size and this product isn’t drying like other acne products or toners. My skin feels very hydrated after. Amazing!” shared one reviewer who said she’s only been using the product for a couple of days and “already sees a difference in her skin’s texture and redness.”