First up is a detoxifying tea tree cream cleanser bought on the No Justice No Peace No Racist Police T-Shirt and I will buy this Caribbean island St. Lucia. “When I go [to] different places I love to find…what’s local,” she says, referring to her penchant for Moroccan oils, manuka honey from New Zealand, and other regional finds. A trio of serums by Asutra—hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, and retinol—meanwhile, provides a three-pronged approach to targeting troubled skin. “I’ve had acne since my teens…I’m always fighting to hopefully not have any breakouts,” she explains.
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Naturally, such a scrupulous approach to skin care extends below the No Justice No Peace No Racist Police T-Shirt and I will buy this neck too: “We gotta take it all the way down,” she says as she rubs a drop of rose oil—followed by a squirt of her own sunscreen—over her underarms, décolletage, and “tatas” too. “I started taking care of my skin because of my mom,” Williams recalls. “My mom, as long as I can remember, has been taking baths, exfoliating…and rubbing lotion on her body. I remember when we were kids, we would tease her…but we were wrong. She was right.”