Heidi Klum adds to the list of celebrities with strange skincare routines as she reveals baby shampoo as her beauty secret

Heidi Klum attends the 2019 American Music Awards. Photo by Taylor Hill
Heidi Klum attends the 2019 American Music Awards. Photo by Taylor Hill

Heidi Klum has revealed that her top beauty tip is to use Johnson's Baby Shampoo to keep her skin fresh and clean. 

She learned a lot of beauty secrets from her days spent at photoshoots as one of the biggest supermodels of the 2000s.

"To use baby shampoo as a face wash is the most gentle thing for your face and it removes everything," she told Hello! Magazine. 

As a regular face on TV, Heidi is adamant on keeping a simple beauty routine to remove her makeup, incorporating the "gentle product" with other light creams and serums. 

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"It's very simple and I like it that way. In the morning I take a shower and wash my face with Johnson's baby shampoo. Then I apply a moisturiser, usually Mario Badescu's buttermilk moisturiser. If I'm going to be outside, I use a tinted sunscreen by La Roche-Posay," she further detailed. 

Heidi also revealed that she uses baby shampoo to remove her eye makeup. 

What do you think of Heidi's unusual addition to her beauty routine? Would you try it? Tell us here

Compiled by Afika Jadezweni

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