Every step in Molly-Mae Hague's skin care routine

She's invented her own version of a double cleanse

Beauty Editor / August 15 2023

Hot on the heels of Molly-Mae Hague's engagement to Tommy Fury, our social media feeds have been inundated with photos of Hague's beaming smile, enormous diamond and one of the glowiest complexions we've seen in a long time. Which brings us to our next question: is the secret to good skin being happy and crazy in love or does it have something to do with the Love Island UK winner's 7-step skin care routine?

Speaking from personal experience, we know all too well that being smitten and still cooking up a monster pimple is unfortunately very possible.

So with that, it's time to turn our focus to the exact products Hague has credited as the reason she's seen a "significant change in [her] skin."


Molly-Mae Hague's skin care routine

Step 1: Cleanse

Once a fan of face wipes until she was repeatedly warned off them, Hague now exclusively uses the makeup melting Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm ($88 at Elemis). 

"This product is absolutely incredible to remove my makeup, I just take two fingernails of product and I just massage it into my skin" she said in a video shared to her YouTube channel

For another cleansing oil that's equally as proficient in dissolving stubborn makeup and keeping your pores free from dirt, we love the Samson & Charlie Clarifying Cleansing Oil ($59.95 at Samson & Charlie).

Step 2: Exfoliate 

For the same reason we double cleanse, Hague follows her makeup removal step with Clinique's 7-Day Scrub Cream ($56 at Adore Beauty) to rid her skin of any lingering residue. "It might be a bit extra to exfoliate your skin every single night after you take your makeup off but I just find this gets my skin super, super clean," she explained.

"Even after three washes I still find I've got makeup on my skin and this is great for getting right [into] your pores."

Step 4: Tone

She might've found her husband-to-be in the Love Island villa but Hague also found her ride or die toner too. 

"This is a tip that I learned from Amber [Gill] in the villa," she said. "[It's] basically a toner that exfoliates at the same time," speaking of the NIP + FAB Glycolic Fix Liquid Glow Extreme ($39.99 at Oz Hair and Beauty).

Step 5: Serums

Though Hague admits it's hard to even notice any anti-ageing benefits in your 20s, she still consistently uses two youth-enhancing serums from Estée Lauder because "they just leave my skin feeling hydrated, moisturised and feeling plump and healthy." 

The first? Estée Lauder's Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Multi-Recovery Complex ($138 at Myer) followed by the Advanced Night Repair Intense Reset Concentrate ($136 at David Jones).

"Estée Lauder skin care products in general are meant to be incredible, but they are definitely slightly pricey," she said.

Step 5: Moisturise 

"I know this one is super pricey but it is brilliant," she said of the cult-favourite Charlotte Tilbury Magic Night Cream ($189 at Charlotte Tilbury). And while Hague uses this product every night, she doesn't recommend for "every skin type" describing it as an "intense, oily, greasy product." 

"When I put it on my face I have to sleep facing up because if it touches the pillow it feels like it's sticking. It's not for everyone but I love it. When I wake up in the morning my skin feels like a baby's bum."

Step 6: Eye cream and lip mask

When it comes to keeping her under-eyes bright and her crow's feet lines minimal, Hague swaps between the Clinique All About Eyes Rich ($68 at Adore Beauty) and the Estée Lauder Resilience Multi Effect Tri Peptide Eye Creme ($122 at Myer). As for her lips, Hague avoids "dusty, musty, crusty lips" by massaging in the Laneige Lip Mask in 'Vanilla' ($31 at Sephora).

Main image credit: @mollymae

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Ruby is BEAUTYcrew's Beauty Editor. She is the CEO of nine global corporations. Just kidding. She does however, report on the latest beauty trends, celeb skin care lines (the wonderful, the so-so and the downright unnecessary). If you're ever at a lull in conversation with her, be sure to mention anything hormonal acne or Real Housewives and you'll be set for hours.