“The Bachelor” Star Gabi Elnicki Shares Her Glowing Skin Routine

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For anyone who keeps up with all things The Bachelor, the name Gabi Elnicki likely rings a bell. Though the 27-year-old ended up as this season’s runner up, she stole the hearts of fans everywhere from her first time on screen. While sharing a heartfelt post on Instagram wrapping up her Bachelor experience and welcoming in a new era earlier today, Elnicki promised followers a long-awaited skin-care routine, and now, thanks to TikTok we know just what our beloved contestant uses every morning to keep her skin glowing.

Welcoming viewers into her “long-anticipated skin-care routine,” Gabi starts her morning with a cleanse courtesy of CeraVe’s Hydrating Cream-to-Foam Facial Cleanser ($18). After patting dry with the Clean Skin Club Clean Towels ($16)–she loves that they don’t hold bacteria and they’re biodegradable–she goes in with the Laniege Water Bank Blue Hyaluronic Revitalizing Toner ($31). “It’s a hyaluronic acid, so it’s very hydrating,” she says.


The long anticipated morning skincare routine! Next time I will be adding chapstick to the routine! #skincareroutine #skincare #grwm #bachelornation #thebachelor

♬ Aesthetic – Tollan Kim

Once her face is dry, she goes in with the SkinCeuticals Vitamin C E Ferulic ($185), revealing that even though she’s heard you’re only supposed to use the product a few times a week, she loves it so much she uses it daily. Next, she uses prescription clindamycin for acne around her chin, joking about her famous “Patricia the pimple” that she named during her time on The Bachelor. Elnicki then applies the Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Eye Base ($58) as her eye cream, though she noted that she usually does her eye cream before her vitamin C serum.

A new addition to the TV-personality’s routine is the Drunk Elephant Bouncy Brightfacial ($68)—it’s also our 2023 NewBeauty Award Winner for Best Brightening Mask. Next, since she “loves looking like a glazed donut,” Gabi lathers a “good chunk” of what appears to be another prescription cream all over her face. “Last but certainly not least,” she assures, she finishes up with the Elta MD Tinted Sunscreen SPF 40 ($38). “If I don’t feel like wearing makeup, this covers up at least some of the redness on my face,” she explains.

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