To keep her blonde hair squeaky clean, Baldwin loves using Unite Shampoo, which she introduced Bieber to when the couple started their relationship. “My husband, Justin, and I actually share the same Unite shampoo in our shower,” the model, 22, tells Marie Claire.
As for their anti-aging skin regimen, Baldwin prefers to keep their arsenal of products separate.
“We definitely don’t share skincare, though! I moisturize with a cream by Dr. Barbara Sturm that’s formulated with my blood, so I don’t think he wants to put something that was made from my body on himself,” Baldwin said.
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Baldwin and Bieber, 25, announced their whirlwind engagement over the summer and secretly tied the knot at a N.Y.C. courthouse in September. In February, a sourced revealed that Bieber was seeking treatment for depression, but that his difficulties weren’t related to his marriage.
In order for the singer to focus on his mental health, he and Baldwin have decided to push back their religious wedding.
“They will have a wedding ceremony with family and friends eventually,” a source said. “However, right now, Justin’s focus is getting well mentally.”
The source added: “Justin is doing okay. He is very focused and committed to getting help. Hailey is very supportive — Justin is very open about that Hailey does nothing but help him. He would feel even more lost without Hailey — he is very grateful. They are both focused on having a happy marriage.”
Bieber opened up about his recovery in a candid Instagram post, writing that though he feels “super disconnected and weird,” he has faith that he will bounce back.
“Just wanted to keep you guys updated a little bit hopefully what I’m going through will resonate with you guys. Been struggling a lot. Just feeling super disconnected and weird,” he wrote, including a picture of himself praying next to manager Scooter Braun and Kanye West. (Bieber first shared the photo — which originally also included Sean “Diddy” Combs — to Instagram in March 2016.)
He continued, “I always bounce back so I’m not worried just wanted to reach out and ask for your [sic] guys to pray for me. God is faithful and ur prayers really work thanks .. the most human season I’ve ever been in facing my stuff head on.”
A source told PEOPLE that Bieber’s transparent message was a big step for the star.
“The whole point of counseling and therapy is to get to the bottom of why you feel the way you feel. Once you reach the truth about yourself, you tell other people the truth,” the source said. “This was Justin being authentic and telling people his truth. So that Instagram post was an important part of his recovery.”