We all watched with bated breath as Barry Keoghan’s character Oliver lowered his face to the floor of the bathtub after Jacob Elordi’s character Felix took a, shall we say, intimate bath. And if you didn’t watch that scene in Saltburn, the internet must have been a really strange place for you the past couple of weeks. The award-nominated actor’s striking looks, both in the film and on red carpets, have enraptured all of social media. We learned that the key to Keoghan’s complexion is not just Jacob Elordi’s bathwater—it’s actually some really solid skin care.
Barry Keoghan’s skin care
Celebrity groomer Christine Nelli, responsible for other studs’ grooming like Austin Butler and Nicholas Braun, prepped Keoghan’s skin ahead of the Critics Choice Awards with Element Eight O2 Niacinamide Eight Active Serum ($325), which “gives skin a vital boost of liquid oxygen,” something all busy Hollywood actors could use.
Nelli then made her own concoction, mixing O2 Hyaluronic Acid Face Cream ($250) with the O2 Squalane Face Cream ($250) to apply liberally all over Keoghan’s face to lock in moisture. “The hyaluronic acid moisturizer hydrates and nourishes, while the squalane moisturizer heals and provides skin barrier protection.”
To combat dark circles from all the late-night award show parties, Nelli called on some caffeine. She applied O2 Caffeine Eight Active Eye Cream ($175) to finish the look, which is “designed to eliminate dark circles, puffiness, and wrinkles and is also suitable for all skin types.”