Brittany Mahomes shares her under-$125 skincare routine after revealing she suffers from perioral dermatitis

Less is more when it comes to this star’s skincare routine.

Brittany Mahomes revealed that she was “really struggling” with breakouts around her mouth in March, and on Thursday, the Kansas City Chiefs WAG gave fans a peek at her surprisingly affordable solutions to combat perioral dermatitis.

“I know it’s taken me forever to tell you guys about this perioral dermatitis nonsense I have going on, but I haven’t quite figured out how to completely make it go away,” the 28-year-old wife of Patrick Mahomes shared on her Instagram Story.

Brittany shared a photo showing scaly patches around her mouth in March. Instagram/@brittanylynne

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Her skin looked bright and clear in her new Stories. Instagram/@brittanylynne

Brittany — who wore a pink polka dot bathrobe in the clips — continued that she “also just kind of accepted” that she’ll “have red” around her lips due to the condition, which causes bumps and scaly patches on the skin.

“I’ve learned that simple is best,” she said, adding that since “fluoride toothpaste” could be a trigger for the bumps, she “moved to fluoride-free,” holding up a tube of Tom’s of Maine Botanically Bright toothpaste ($11).

“I use a black clay little bar of soap to wash my face, whether I’m wearing makeup or not,” Britany continued, linking to Osmia Black Clay Facial Soap ($24).

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Brittany shared a no-makeup selfie in March while revealing she was dealing with breakouts. Instagram/@brittanylynne

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The Original Tom’s of Maine

Skinfix cream

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Brittany shared the importance of keeping her routine simple. Instagram/@brittanylynne

She then held up two different moisturizers, showing off La Roche-Posay’s Toleriane Double Repair Face Moisturizer ($24), which she uses for daytime, and Vanicream Moisturizing Cream ($14), a thicker option for night.

The mom of two said that she had used a prescription product in the past, but that she now uses a $15 De La Cruz Acne Treatment “maybe like once a week if I see it start to flare up.”

The Kansas City Current co-owner — who showed off a gingham Versace look at the F1 Miami Grand Prix last weekend — also praised Skinfix’s Eczema + Dermatitis Ceramide Face + Body Cream ($45) as “another great product.”

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Brittany got candid about her breakouts during two Stories she shared in March showing herself with scaly red patches around her mouth, writing, “Actually really struggling with my skin right now trying to figure out why it’s just breaking out all around my mouth like I’m allergic to something, but can not figure it out.”

At the end of the day, Brittany said she’s found comfort in the fact that “so many women” are also suffering from perioral dermatitis and that are “so many products out there” to help clear it up.

“You’re not alone,” she concluded.