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Emily Ratajkowski Skincare Secret Has Something Really Slimy In It

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By Rima Pundir

Emily Ratajkowski is utterly gorgeous, and along with that beautiful body, she also has amazing skin. Last month, she posted a small video on Instagram, asking her fans, "Plz put skin advice here". Fans were flummoxed with her request, calling her "perfect" but Em Rata says quarantine has been ruining her skin, and she needs major suggestions to make it look good again. Clearly, she measures her skin on a vastly different scale from other mere mortals. A fan replied saying, "UMH WE NEED ADVICE FROM YOU"...

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She Introduced Her Skin Care Routine In Instagram Stories

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She recently held a Q&A session on Instagram, letting her fans have a peek into her skincare routine, all though she was self-deprecating about it, saying, "My skin isn’t amazing right now. I’ve been picking a lot because I’m at home. But this is what I use.” And she named a slew of products, both expensive and affordable, that she calls part of her everyday skincare routine. But you won't believe what is in some of these creams, and the good it does to the skin.

Products Were Both Economical And Pricey

She listed Omorovicza’s Thermal Cleansing Balm, which contains almond oil, zinc, copper, and detoxifying Hungarian moor mud. Yes, mud can be slimy, but that's not the only slimy thing on this list. She also liked to use Omorovicza Miracle Face Oil and called it an antioxidant-rich, collagen-boosting oil to keep skin smooth and youthful. Another product on her list was Dr Dennis Gross’s Ferulic + Retinol Anti-Aging Moisturiser, which lists its ingredients on the name itself and is a great moisturizer for under-stress skin.

Fancy Some Snail Slime?

With her skin rebelling under quarantine, Emily Ratajkowski admitted on Instagram stories that she was planning to scale up her skincare, with one very special product. The 28-year-old Blurred Lines model said that she was also using Cosrx’s Advanced Snail Mucin Power Essence, which is rather affordable at some $23 and claims to be made of 96% percent snail mucin. Snail mucin is exactly what it sounds like, the snail mucus left as a trail by snails. Apparently, slimy as it may be, it is a powerful skin repair ingredient.

Snail Slime Is Good But 'Blurred Lines' Was Even Better!

Other than gracing many magazine covers and catwalks through her career, Em Rata also played Ben Affleck's mistress in 2014 thriller movie "Gone Girl". Even before that, what really kick-started her career was her appearance in the majorly-trounced Robin Thicke song "Blurred Lines". Though Em Rata never believed there was anything wrong in the nudity shown in the video, feminists were up in arms against the song and its very sexual representation. Em Rata, of course, did not care for public opinion. Watch and judge for yourself, in the redone song video playing below...

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