How former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay keeps her skin glowing

It’s been three years since Rachel Lindsay made history as ABC’s first black “Bachelorette” — and since then, she’s become a television fixture, co-hosting MTV’s “Ghosted” and  recently joining “Extra” as a correspondent.

But with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic putting many productions on hold, the 35-year-old Dallas native is glad to be able lay off the makeup for a bit.

“It’s been so great not having to be on camera. I feel like my skin can breathe,” she told Page Six Style.

But that certainly doesn’t mean she’s slacking on her skincare regimen. “I’m not getting facials right now due to quarantine, but I’m sticking to my process,” she said.

“I exfoliate two to four times a week, using a product from Tula. I have a vitamin C and E serum that I use to really help with skin discoloration and even out my skin. I use an organic skincare line called Eminence — I’m big on natural and organic products.”

But Lindsay can’t resist a budget beauty buy, either. “I use these masks by Pond that I really, really love — you can find them at Walmart,” she told us.

The final step for the star, always, is sunscreen. “I’m very, very big on that,” she said.

Regular sweat sessions contribute to Lindsay’s glow as well. “I joined the Peloton family during quarantine, like at the very beginning — now, it’s hard to find a Peloton!” she explained.

“I was riding with my friends back home in Texas. We called ourselves the ‘Morning Mob’ — from April to June, we were on the Pelotons every morning, five to six days a week. I also work one-on-one at a private gym with a trainer; I started that around the end of June, beginning of July.”

As for her hair? “I’ve definitely been doing protective styles while I’m in Miami,” said Lindsay, who moved to Florida last March with husband Bryan Abasolo. “I have been rocking braids the entire summer, and it is the best decision I could have made.”

Shop a few of Lindsay’s skincare essentials below.

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