Love Island: Fans have expressed their confusion over Montana Brown and Gabby Allen’s beauty routines [ITV2]
On Thursday’s episode of Love Island, the hit ITV2 dating show aired a clip from within the bedroom with the fellow Islanders.
Montana Brown and Marcel Somerville are currently partnered up as friends so they’re sharing a bed together.
While Marcel and new girl Gabby Allen have started exploring a relationship and even shared a steamy smooch on Wednesday’s episode.
Before Gabby went to bed, she made her way over to give Marcel a goodnight kiss.
Love Island: The girls were both seen going to bed covered in white dots [ITV2]
Love Island: Viewers questioned why the girls had Sudocrem all over their face [ITV2]
However, viewers were left very distracted by Gabby and Montana’s faces as they were covered in white dots.
One person said: “Fully involved in Love Island – not sure why they all go to bed with Sudocrem on though?”
A different account put: “What’s with all the Sudocrem? #LoveIsland”
While another user added: “What’ve the girls got all over their faces? Sudocrem? #loveisland”
Love Island: Other viewers confessed they share the same trick as Gabby and Montana [ITV]
However, some show watchers were quick to point out that the girls were wearing Sudocrem for their spots and praised the girls for parading around.
One fan posted: “#loveisland love the fact that the girls go to bed with Sudocrem on their faces, this is me.”
While another wrote: “I got so much in common with the girls in love island…we both like Sudocrem faces for bed #loveisland”
“Glad I’m not the only girl who goes to bed with Sudocrem splodges on their face in the hope of waking up with clear skin #LoveIsland,” added a third.
Love Island: Fans also praised Montana and Gaby for not hiding their flaws [WENN]
While a fourth tweeted: “Love that the girls on Love Island put Sudocrem on there spots before bed… I’m with you girls.”
Other viewers suggested the white dots may be cream for insect bites.
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.