Sarah Hyland collaborates with No B.S. Skin Care to create new skincare products

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Sarah Hyland cleans up her beauty act with No B.S. Skin Care. - AFP Relaxnews

Sarah Hyland is preaching the benefits of a no B.S. skincare routine.

The Modern Family star has teamed up with the clean beauty brand No B.S. Skin Care to share the details of her own skincare routine and talk about overhauling her lifestyle to improve her health. The brand eschews parabens, phthalates, sulfates, synthetics, and toxic petrochemicals, focusing instead on plant-based formulas that are cruelty-free.

Together, the duo have come up with a curated selection of four products the actress incorporates into her daily beauty routine.

"My lifestyle detox started with clean eating, but when I realised how many toxins were hidden in the products I used every day, I knew I had to make a big switch," says Hyland in a statement.

"My fans wanted in on the process, so the pressure was on to find something really good-for me and for them. No B.S. resonated with me because their products are made with good-for-you ingredients that actually improve skin health."

"At No B.S., we love sharing stories like Sarah's to bring awareness to the importance of clean beauty ingredients and products," added Diana Briceno, CEO of No B.S. Skin Care.

"This is exactly why she is the perfect partner to inspire people to take control of their own health, and cut out all of the unnecessary, toxic B.S. they don't need, starting with their skin care."

This is not Hyland's first major beauty deal - she also starred in Olay's 'Skin Transformed' campaign earlier this year, alongside influencers and inspirational women such as Andrea Pion, Angelique Miles, Tatyana McFadden, Shahd and Noelle Downing. - AFP Relaxnews
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