Tiffany Haddish Uses This $9 Soap to Treat Her Eczema

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According to Allergy & Asthma Network, 7.3 percent of adults in the United States have atopic dermatitis, and actress Tiffany Haddish just revealed that she is part of that number in this week’s issue of People. If you’re in the same boat, the star offered up some insight on the product she uses to soothe her irritated skin. And to our surprise, it’s extremely affordable.

“So beauty-wise I wash my face with the same thing I wash my body with, which is this pure spearmint gum, turpentine soap mixed with olive oil that I found on Amazon,” she tells People. “It gets rid of eczema, dry spots, rashes and stuff like that.” According to Haddish, the product, which she later pins as Diamond G Forest Products Turpentine Soap ($8), is “so good, I had told one of my co-stars [about it] because she was saying her baby had eczema. I said, ‘Try this soap.’ So I gave it to her. She was like, ‘Tiffany it’s good, the eczema’s gone!'”

The Like a Boss star’s other favorite skin-care product includes another all-natural must-have that is known for its skin-silkening properties: coconut oil. “I soak my face in that, wash it off and then I’ll use castor oil on my eyelids to help make my eyelashes grow,” she says. When she’s craving a more luxurious makeup-melter, she’ll reach for the Tatcha Camellia Oil ($48), which leaves the skin softer than ever come morning.

Like her beauty routine, Haddish’s hair-care lineup is so low maintenance, she recently decided to shave her head, which, according to People, she says she’s always wanted to do. “Just loving my new look thought I’d share it with y’all,” she recently captioned an Instagram post. “The best part is when water hits my head it feels like kisses from God.”

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