Gigi Hadid shares her affordable post-pregnancy skincare secrets

Gigi Hadid shares her affordable post-pregnancy skincare secrets

Supermodel Gigi Hadid might be worth a reported $29-million, but that doesn't mean she has to fork out hundreds on skincare products. She shared some of beauty hacks with Vogue magazine.

Gigi Hadid shares her affordable post-pregnancy skincare secrets
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Four months after giving birth, Gigi Hadid still has that "pregnancy glow" - and it is all thanks to her skincare routine. 

The model shared her guide to post-pregnancy skincare and contouring with Vogue magazine. 

She says that during her pregnancy, she used clean and natural products from brands like Oliveda - which sell products for as much as R1,200.  

“During pregnancy I think the thing that changed most about my skin was the pigmentation. I’ve had like this darkness near my eye from before pregnancy but it got really dark when I was pregnant. I tried to wear hats in the sun and sunblock," she said. 

Since giving birth, Gigi has switched back to some of the drug-store products she has been using since high school.

"I've always gone for drugstore skincare. I just always wanted good products and I don't think you have to pay a lot for that."

The 25-year-old old also shared some of her skincare hacks. 

"The strange thing that I do which my mom taught me is I put toothpaste on spots at night and it dries it out. I might get into trouble for saying but that is what I do." 

Her mom also told her never to let anyone on her modelling sets pluck her eyebrows to avoid ending up with over plucked brows. 

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Gigi and her partner Zayn Malik welcomed their first child together in September last year. The couple named their daughter Khai.

Gigi told Vogue that she had a natural, drug-free home birth.

"I had to dig deep. I knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life, but you have to surrender to it and be like, ‘This is what it is.’ I loved that... There definitely was a point where I was like, I wonder what it would be like with an epidural, how it would be different." 

She also revealed that she has no nanny or baby nurse to help her with her baby girl. Zayn's mother Trish and her parents, Yolanda and Mohamed Hadid, help the new parents when they need a babysitter. 

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