Justin Bieber Gets a Facial and Skin Care Confidence Boost From Hailey in 'Biebers on Watch' Episode: Watch

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When we last checked in on Justin and Hailey Bieber on their Facebook Watch Biebers on Watch series, the star was lamenting his adult-onset acne. Well, on Wednesday's episode, Hailey's got an app for that. Actually, it's a mask, but since we're all on quarantine with nothing to do, what's the difference?

As Justin relaxes in a chair and Hailey stands over him with her hands on his shoulders, the model explains that she's going to apply a skincare regimen to her husband's face "even though he doesn't really enjoy it." As we've learned in the four previous episodes, the couple has been taking time during the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine to delve into the roots of their relationship, which they plumb further as JB unwillingly gets his blackheads zapped.

The routine starts with an exfoliating enzyme cleaner that Justin kind of likes, as the pair discuss the importance of proper skin care, like, in depth. We learn that Hailey just has naturally clear skin, while Justin does his regimen twice a day and still struggles.

There's a lovingly applied detoxifying face mask, kind of gross talk about JB's cystic breakouts. "Who likes acne? It's the worst," Justin says. "It's the worst for your self-confidence because, like, especially all these filters on Instagram, people are, like, looking perfect with their skin and you feel like that's reality. But in reality, a lot of people probably have bad skin."

Just remember, if you are struggling with bad skin, you are not alone. Hailey admits that over the past year, even she's gotten some adult-onset acne, especially on her forehead, from being on birth control for the first time in her life. There is a lot of talk about what might cause acne, and then the same question every couple has been asking each other 10 times a day over the past month: "What do you want to do after this?"

Watch episode five of The Biebers on Watch below.


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