Martha Stewart and Alix Earle have this ‘really nice’ skincare staple in common

What do Martha Stewart and Aix Earle have in common — besides household-name status, that is?

Whether through ageless Instagram thirst traps or TikTok GRWM videos (respectively), both stars are well acquainted with going viral — and sparking plenty of questions about their skincare secrets in the process.

And while they have a nearly six-decade age difference between them, the two celebrities swear by the same SPF: Alastin HydraTint Pro Mineral Sunscreen ($76).

“It’s really, really nice; it has a nice finish to it that has a tint,” Earle, 23, said while swiping some on in a recent Elle video about her morning routine.


“It’s not going to look like you have makeup on,” she added. “On days when I’m not really going for a full makeup look …. I’ll use this instead of foundation.”

A week earlier, Stewart, 82, told Page Six Style she also reaches from Alastin on days she’s not in a professional makeup chair.

“I have a makeup artist because I am often doing TV or promotions, but on a daily basis I use Alastin … and that’s great,” she said of the formula, which she previously declared she will “not leave the house” without.

Much like the booked-and-busy stars themselves, the highly rated product’s a multitasker, boasting SPF 36 while boosting glow and hydration.

 Alix Earle
Earle starts her day with yoga and skincare. Instagram/@alixearle

Earle uses hers during her daily skincare routine, which also entails “sticking to clean good products” including drops of Vivant Mandelic Acid Serum  ($73) — followed by the Lumify Eye Drops ($13 $12) she’s “been loving.”

Lumify eye drops

Ole Henrikson lip gloss

As for the finishing touches? For a minimal makeup look, Earle sticks with a swipe of mascara and some blood orange Ole Henrikson Pout Preserve Peptide Lip Treatment ($22), as “a glossy lip can add a lot to a look.”

Perhaps we’ll soon see Stewart swiping some on too.