Although Ashley Tisdale loved to experiment with her outfits back during her Disney days, when it comes down to skincare, she keeps it simple. The actress recently revealed her minimal skincare routine to Glamour - and let's just say, we now know how she still looks the same age as Sharpay Evans! Here are her go-to products.
Before diving into her at-home regime, Tisdale shared that she also consistently goes to her dermatologist and facialist to ensure her skin is in top-notch condition. “I like to get hydra facials,” she said. “They really help when I’m feeling super dry, especially in the wintertime, and bring glow. I love lasers and get them whenever I’m feeling like my skin might be a little dull and needs something.” But other than that, she uses simple products - especially since Tisdale has sensitive skin.
The 37-year-old admitted she's been rinsing her face each morning and night for years. "I love Joanna Vargas Vitamin C Face Wash. It's one of the face washes that I feel really gets all my makeup off," she shared. "There's some that you feel like it lays on your skin, and this one really cleanses and gets everything off the skin." After washing away the cleaner, Tisdale avoids using a towel since her dermatologist, Christie Kidd, told her it causes wrinkles. Instead, Tisdale grabs a Christie Kidd Fresh Pads and wipes her skin. Following that, she goes in with her favorite serum, "I do the hyaluronic acid when my face is still damp. I like the hyaluronic serum from PCA Skin."
When it comes to the former Disney star's moisturizer, she loves a lightweight product. "I've been using the Joanna Vargas Eden Pro Moisturizer. It's so good. It's amazing under makeup, but it's really lightweight," she said. "For someone like me who has sensitive skin, anything heavy is never going to be good. I'm sometimes dry, sometimes oily, but in the summertime especially, I really go toward oily." Yet for her under-eye cream, she loves to go in heavy! And not just with the cream but with the money. Tisdale's go-to Furtuna Skin eye cream costs a whopping $225, but she swears by it! "Eye cream is something I will spend money on," she admitted. "It's something that I religiously will do all around my eyes. The skin is so thin there, so you want to keep that area hydrated. I've always been preventative in that area." Okay... excuse us while we go buy some eye cream!