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- Tamron Hall’s skincare routine is built on one simple beauty hack: Applying a moisturizing mask for at least five minutes a day.
- Her favorite option? ROSE Ingleton MD Signature Moisturizer.
- “I swear by it it every single day,” the TV host, 51, tells Prevention.com. “I love anything that’s delicious on my face.”
With her own talk show and a two-year-old son, Tamron Hall might be one of the busiest women in entertainment—but you’d never be able to tell from her complexion. The 51-year-old Texas native has barely aged a day since she first graced national news over a decade ago. Now, she’s opening up about how she maintains her flawless glow.
The cornerstone of Hall’s skincare routine is ROSE Ingleton MD Signature Moisturizer, which has a “creamy, dreamy” texture her skin loves, she tells Prevention.com in an interview promoting her work with Purina’s Purple Leash Project. “I swear by it it every single day.”
“I love anything that’s delicious on my face,” Hall continues with a laugh. “I think, ‘What must this taste like to my face?’ That’s what I visualize when I put on the cream!”
The moisturizer combines peptides, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C to firm and moisturize skin, spurring collagen production. Better yet, it’s from a Black-owned brand that’s a leader in the clean beauty movement—its ingredients minimize the environmental toll of skincare.
The Tamron Hall host has been masking religiously for over two decades. “When I was 27 years old, I went to a spa in Chicago. It was my first big splurge,” she recalls. The owner—who was in her 70s but “looked 22”—pulled Hall aside. “She said to me, ‘Mask every single day. I don’t care if you can only afford the little, small size. I don’t care if you have to go without coffee. Take your time; mask every morning.”
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“It did two things for me,” Hall says. “It gave me pretty decent skin, but it also was a mindfulness trick as well. You don’t have five minutes to apply a mask and just breathe? So, I got a two-for-one.”
Hall is far from alone in her love of the Signature Moisturizer. “I’ve been using the moisturizer for over a year and it’s amazing,” one Sephora reviewer raves. It “leaves my face feeling nourished and just the right amount of dewiness.”
“It’s super smooth and my face looks and feels amazing,” another writes. “It’s very rich without being ‘heavy,’ and I feel like my fave is fully moisturized. Love it.”
“I can tell you its the most smoothing and hydrating moisturizer ever!” yet another reviewer explains. “My skin feels so fresh, healthy-looking, and softer after this.”
In the end, Hall argues that it’s worthwhile to spend on your skincare routine—just like she was encouraged to do at the start of her career. “When you look in the mirror, if you look good, you feel good,” Hall says. Who are we to disagree?
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