Hailey Bieber flaunts flawless skin in new advertisement for her skincare brand Rhode Skin


Hailey Bieber flaunts flawless skin and toned figure in new ad for her skincare brand Rhode Skin: ‘Healthy, dewy, delicious, glazed’

Hailey Bieber showed off her nearly flawless skin in a new short clip advertising her skincare brand Rhode Skin.

The 25-year-old model posed in the advertisement for her brand, which ran for 20 seconds on the company’s Instagram page.

The clip begins with the superstar staring directly into the camera, her bright green eyes glittering, while she ran her hands over her tanned cheeks.

Flawless: Hailey Bieber, 25, showed off her nearly flawless skin in a new short clip advertising her skincare brand Rhode Skin

She then smacked her lips together before the video cut to a camera angle shooting up toward the star while she wore a dark brown bikini.

The skimpy two-piece just barely covered all of her ample chest.

She pulled up a gray tube of a skincare product near her chin and slowly stroked it across her cheek.

Staring down: The clip begins with the superstar staring directly into the camera, her bright green eyes glittering, while she ran her hands over her tanned cheeks

Staring down: The clip begins with the superstar staring directly into the camera, her bright green eyes glittering, while she ran her hands over her tanned cheeks

Smacking lips: She then smacked her lips together before the video cut to a camera angle shooting up toward the star while she wore a dark brown bikini

Smacking lips: She then smacked her lips together before the video cut to a camera angle shooting up toward the star while she wore a dark brown bikini

Barely covering her body: The skimpy two-piece just barely covered all of her ample chest

Barely covering her body: The skimpy two-piece just barely covered all of her ample chest

Skin products: She pulled up a gray tube of a skincare product near her chin and slowly stroked it across her cheek

Skin products: She pulled up a gray tube of a skincare product near her chin and slowly stroked it across her cheek

During the clip, the daughter of Stephen Baldwin said in an alluring whisper, ‘Come on in. We don’t bite. Maybe sometimes.’

She grinned widely for the camera before taking a sip out of a fruity alcoholic beverage.

Bieber then applied a balm to her lips seductively with her perfectly manicured finger.

The clip ended with the word ‘rhode’ in large white lettering across the final image.

Seductive: During the clip, the daughter of Stephen Baldwin said in an alluring whisper, 'Come on in.  We don't bite.  Maybe sometimes'

Seductive: During the clip, the daughter of Stephen Baldwin said in an alluring whisper, ‘Come on in. We don’t bite. Maybe sometimes’

Sipping: She grinned widely for the camera before taking a sip out of a fruity alcoholic beverage

Sipping: She grinned widely for the camera before taking a sip out of a fruity alcoholic beverage

Seduction: Bieber then applied a balm to her lips seductively with her perfectly manicured finger

Seduction: Bieber then applied a balm to her lips seductively with her perfectly manicured finger

Legal trouble: She founded the brand earlier this year, though it is already facing legal trouble regarding its name (pictured April 2022)

Legal trouble: She founded the brand earlier this year, though it is already facing legal trouble regarding its name (pictured April 2022)

The video was captioned, ‘healthy, dewy, delicious, glazed. come on in — join the waitlist at rhodeskin.com [water droplet emoji][star emoji].’

She founded the brand earlier this year, and it is already facing legal trouble regarding its name.

A fashion brand named Rhode founded by Purna Khatau and Phoebe Vickers in 2013 filed a lawsuit against Bieber and her two companies in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York.

According to Vanity Fair, Purna wrote that she and Vickers have ‘dedicated ourselves to growing and nurturing the Rhode brand through much personal sacrifice and hardship.’

The attorney for Khatau and Vickers called the massive case one of ‘reverse confusion, in which a junior junior trademark user threatens to trample a smaller senior user’s market. The magnitude of Bieber’s following and the virality of her marketing will cause immediate, ongoing and irreparable harm to the Rhode brand.’

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