Martha Stewart ‘Won’t Leave the House’ Without This Editor-Loved Skin Tint

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When we collectively look back at the biggest beauty trends of the 2020s, one product will stand out among the rest: skin tints. Not just a serum or SPF; not quite a foundation; but something all its own that protects, perfects and enhances skin in one simple step. From Supergoop! to ILIA, beauty brands have made skin tints the star of their product lines because they’re universally beloved by consumers, beauty editors, dermatologists and celebrities.

The latest celebrity to hype a skin tint as their must-have product? The one-and-only Martha Stewart. Earlier this month Stewart discussed her beauty regimen with her dermatologist Dan Belkin, MD, on the season premiere of her iHeartMedia podcast The Martha Stewart Podcast. When the conversation turned to skin-care specifics, Stewart let listeners in on how she discovered Alastin’s HydraTint Pro Mineral Sunscreen ($76). “[Dr. Belkin] set me on something I love so much that I will not leave the house without it,” Stewart recalled. “[Dr. Belkin] recommended I use tinted Alastin.”

A celeb and beauty editor must-have

Alastin’s HydraTint Pro Mineral Sunscreen with SPF 36 provides broad-spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection, brightens skin for an even, glowy appearance and provides all-day hydration. In addition to zinc oxide, key ingredients include phytoene and phytofluene, powerful antioxidants, and ectoin, a blue light blocker, to go a step further in protecting skin from environmental damage. “I’ve used this SPF forever; I actually think it looks better than foundation—at least on this face,” raves NewBeauty‘s executive editor, Liz Ritter. “I love it so much that I always have two tubes going.”

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Why derms love Alastin

On The Martha Stewart Podcast, Dr. Belkin further explained why he, and other dermatologists, recommend Alastin products regularly. “Alastin is a company that a lot of dermatologists really like because they have clinical trials that show whatever they want to show,” Dr. Belkin says. “A lot of these kind of anti aging skin-care products, there’s no evidence behind them. When I recommend something, I look for things that have some evidence that show that, ‘Okay, if it’s anti aging, is it stimulating collagen, is it stimulating elastin fibers?’ And so that’s why I like Alastin.”

Alastin’s hydrating tinted SPF is a staple among nearly 600 customers who give it a perfect five-star rating. “The tint is ideal. The hydration is outstanding,” says one reviewer. A second notes it’s “so creamy and luxurious,” while a third reports it “melds perfectly with [their] skin.” According to another shopper Alastin’s skin tint is “light, protective and gives [their] skin a bright and dewy glow.” A separate shopper who uses it for sun protection and as a “light foundation” appreciates that it’s “not at all chalky” and makes skin “dewy and radiant.”

If you’re ready to upgrade your SPF with a hydrating, radiance-boosting skin tint, let Martha (and her derm and our executive editor) be your guide. Shop Alastin’s HydraTint Pro Mineral Sunscreen with SPF 36 today.

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