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The Skincare Line Responsible For Renée Zellweger's Award-Winning Glow

Renee Zellweger has made a number of very glamorous red carpet appearances of late.

This awards season, the Academy Award-winning actress has been pulling out all the stops – from form-fitting bubblegum pink at the BAFTAs to an asymmetrical sequined number at the Oscars. 

However, what really brought each ensemble together was Zellweger's glowing complexion, which even remained dewy and beautiful when she found herself embroiled in a near-viral with Hugh Grant on stage.

Zellweger's repeated dalliances with red carpets seemingly only perpetuated her glow – in fact, we defy you to identify anyone who glowed more beautifully than Renée Zellweger.

According to Zellweger's makeup artist of the night Dana Hamel, the foundations of this enviable glow were down to a very particular skincare range.

Namely QMS Medicosmetics, the German-born skincare brand founded in 1986 by an incredibly well-respected traumatology specialist, Dr Erich Schulte.

Hamel chose to use the collagen-focused products within the range, all of which contain moisture-retaining hyaluronic acid.

This ensured that both the suppleness and radiance of Renée's skin on the night was guaranteed. 

Here is a list of the products used my Hamel on the night of the Oscars:

QMS Medicosmetics Hydro Foam Mask, €61, a luxuriously micro-foaming formula that soothes skin, and hydrates it in one.

QMS Medicosmetics Active Exfoliant, €84, a gentle peeling exfoliant that uses skin-friendly acids to brighten and smooth skin.

QMS Medicosmetics Day Collagen, €71, a day serum that hydrates and nourishes, whilst boosting skin's defences for greater long-term benefits.

We tried the range after hearing that it was glowing skin in a bottle and would wholly recommend the daily collagen protection. It is indeed pricey for what is it, but promotes instant plumpness and the dewiness of an Oscar winner. 

Who knew you could bottle that?

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