Lifestyle Beauty This Hydrating Face Oil Is the Secret to a Radiant Glow, According to Celebrity Makeup Artists These will sell out quickly By Jennifer Chan Jennifer Chan Instagram Website Jennifer Chan is a widely-respected fashion and beauty editor, style expert, and on-air host who regularly appears on Access Hollywood, Extra, KTLA, The List, MSNBC, Sky News, and more with over 16 years of industry experience between New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, and Chicago. She has been published in InStyle, People, Travel + Leisure, and Real Simple among others and is regularly booked as a host and media personality for major retailers including Bloomingdale's, Macy's, and Nordstrom. Jennifer is also the founder of her personal blog, www.JennChanGlam.com, and makes it her mission to inspire real women to feel confident and stylish from the inside out through their fashion and beauty choices.Follow her on Instagram. People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 13, 2021 09:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Photo: Biography It's no secret that the key to a glowing complexion is staying hydrated and arming yourself with the right products to give your skin a glowy boost. So, what will help you achieve that lit-from-within look? We asked a handful of celebrity makeup artists to spill the beans, and were surprised to find they've all been repeatedly reaching for one product to prep their star clients' skin before major appearances and events. Several beauty pros sang high praises of Biography's Golden Ray Glow Drops, the radiance-boosting, hydrating face oil formulated with active ingredients and botanicals like French marine algae, carrot seed oil, and a special fruit seed complex that works wonders on many famous faces. Biography Buy It! Biography Golden Ray Glow Drops, $112; biographynyc.com Makeup artist Brett Freedman uses this miracle worker on clients Jodie Foster, Sarah Silverman, and Anne Winters, and says the formulation is very calming to the skin. "My client Sarah Silverman swears by facial oils. Mainly to keep her skin calm and dewy and natural-looking. She's known to slather on oils and keep it au naturel all day with just a touch of cheek or lip stain and mascara. So fresh and modern feeling," Freedman tells PEOPLE. Still on the fence about face oils? Freedman says there's a lot to love about them. "Oils are light. So, if you're used to a fuller bodied feel on the skin, you won't have that with facial oils. They are sheer, but they pack a punch. Oils are so insanely popular now. Oddly, it's the younger actors that are embracing facial oils — when they were really tailor-made for people of a certain age," he explained. "When I glammed Jodie Foster for the Cannes Film Festival, I actually used a touch of Golden Ray mixed with her moisturizer to give it a sheerer, lighter feel. I love the one-two punch of a lighter base mixed with plenty of hydration," Freedman adds. Biography also has a handful of other potent complexion products that are popular among makeup artists and celebrities alike. Biography Buy It! Biography Petty Grudges Renew Drops, $112; biographynyc.com "The Golden Ray Glow Drops are my go-to, but I also love their Petty Grudges Drops, which are amazing to blur the look of lines," says makeup artist Monika Blunder, who works with Megan Fox, Jessica Alba, and Naomi Watts. Blunder actually first introduced the brand to Watts, who now carries Biography products at her ONDA boutiques, which are brimming with clean beauty brands that the actress personally vets. As if that weren't convincing enough, makeup artist Georgie Eisdell, whose A-list roster includes Carey Mulligan, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Dakota Johnson, personally loves the Long June Everyday Drops to keep acne breakouts at bay, but uses all of the formulas on her clients. Biography Buy It! Biography Long June Everyday Drops, $85; biographynyc.com Eisdell also first introduced the Golden Ray Glow Drops to Mulligan this summer during her television appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Not long after, Mulligan's husband, Marcus Mumford, added the Few Words Shave Drops in his skincare routine, a rep for the brand tells PEOPLE. Biography Buy It! Biography Few Words Shave Drops, $52; biographynyc.com It's official, these drops are nothing short of magical, and we'd suggest snapping up a few bottles before they sell out.