Selena Gomez it is one of the pop star with the most popular on the planet, as well as one of the most followed on social networks.
The texan singer has always had a controversial relationship with these new means of communication, by emphasizing the harmful effects if used incorrectly.
At the time of the coronavirus however, everything changes, and a profile Instagram can become the only means of communication with the fans.
Last march Selena Gomez he shared with followers some details of her beauty routine.
The singer said she always kept handy on his bedside table of the candles and the tonic Heritage Store Rosewater & Glycerin.
A product the rose water 12, 27 euro, which adds shine and vitality to the hair, soothes and softens the skin, and can also be used as a tonic.
The rose water is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, which means that it can soothe the irritation of the skin.
The spray is also known for its ability to curb the humidity (both in hair and in skin).
Glycerol, an agent for the delicate, but deeply moisturising, it is able to fight dry skin.
Selena Gomez it is not the only celebrities to sing the praises of Heritage Store Rosewater.
Candice Swanepoelformer Victoria’s Secret angel told Vogue in 2018 using the spray to give energy to the skin when it looks tired.
The links Ashley Graham he told Elle in 2019 rose water with glycerine is one of her must-have beauty, explaining that you spray the product, before moisturising, after moisturising, before makeup, after makeup, in the middle of the day”.
Selena Gomez sells her profile in Instagram for a good cause.
Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, and Use they use their social in support of the battle against racism.
All three have given up their profiles, where they are finding space for the voices of the movement Black Lives Matter and who ask for justice and equal rights for all.