Kristen Bell Swears By This SkinCeuticals' Phyto Corrective Gel

There is so much to love about Kristen Bell. The adorable actress is funny, plays strong female characters, and fiercely advocates for her beliefs. In Hollywood, where everyone is doing everything to appear younger, this "Veronica Mars" actress embraces her age and told Shape, "I don't subscribe to the idea that aging is a bad thing." However, we cannot help but notice how youthful this actress looks, and for that, she credits the daily use of sunscreen (via Elle). The founder of the beauty brand, Happy Dance, doesn't wear makeup daily, but when she does, she makes sure to remove all of it when she gets home to prevent breakouts (via Allure).

We think she has perfect skin, but even Bell struggles with redness because she has sensitive skin. For that, she trusts the SkinCeuticals' Phyto Corrective Gel (via Vogue). New York City-based dermatologist Dr. Joshua Zeichner told Glamour, "Your face becomes red when blood vessels dilate," and there are many causes of redness and different treatments for each cause. This green-tinted serum is perfect for calming and hydrating skin while reducing redness. The gel serum also helps with acne, hyperpigmentation, and environmental damage (via Byrdie). No wonder it is one of her favorite serums, and there are more reasons for us to want it for ourselves.

SkinCeuticals' Phyto Corrective Gel is a miracle serum

Kristen Bell is a fan of the SkinCeuticals' Phyto Corrective Gel because it has anti-inflammatory properties to neutralize the redness on her skin. It also addresses pimples without causing more irritation (via Prevention). If there wasn't already enough to love about this magical serum, it has mulberry to fade hyperpigmentation. 

One of the best parts about SkinCeuticals' Phyto Corrective Gel is that it helps treat multiple skin issues, meaning you can reduce the number of products you have to use daily. It can be tricky for those with acne to find a serum that won't irritate their skin while preventing further damage caused by aging and sunlight. This serum is packed with hyaluronic acid to add moisture to the skin without clogging the pores, and it has cucumber and olive extracts to soothe (via Glamour).

The facial serum is loved by many, but it does come with a slightly higher price tag. It retails for $67 for 1 fluid ounce, but it is considerably less expensive than SkinCeuticals' other serums that are over $100 (via the New York Post). If you struggle with acne, redness, and blotchiness on your sensitive skin, this corrective gel may help address all of those issues and give you brighter, clearer skin (via PopSugar). If Bell trusts this calming serum, it might just be worth the investment.