Nurse and Model Maggie Rawlins Breaks Down Her Skin Care Routine

Chelsey Sanchez

From Harper's BAZAAR

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Maggie Rawlins put her modeling career on pause to fight COVID-19 on the front lines as a nurse. Although she was scouted to become a model at just 16 years old, she turned down the opportunity and stuck with school, furthering her education by working in hematology oncology before eventually pivoting back to modeling.

Rawlings has been working as a model full time for the past five years, while also volunteering as a registered nurse with the OneWorld Health organization. In this episode of Go to Bed with Me, she reveals how she takes care of her skin after long days of wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).

"My routine has changed a little bit over the past few months," Rawlins says. "My skin kind of freaked out wearing that mask for 12 hours a day, every day, and taking it off and Lysol-ing it, and then wearing it again the next day. My skin just did not handle it well, and I already have combination skin as it is."

To combat this, Rawlins starts off her routine by spritzing Davines's OI All in One Milk in her hair. Afterward, she uses Garnier's Micellar Cleansing Water to remove her makeup. "Especially if I'm coming home from a long day at work on set and I have on heavy eye makeup, this is a must-have," she says.

She then further cleanses with Cetaphil's Daily Facial Cleanser.

Watch the video above to see Rawlins's full beauty routine.

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