Halle Berry proved it doesn't have to be fancy - and she did it in a bathrobe. The 55-year-old actress, currently celebrating both her #1 movie Bruised and inking a major deal with streaming giant Netflix, has been busy rocking her bathrobe over on Instagram, where a recent share showed her in promo mode for the Flawless Beauty brand she fronts.Halle was going for some steamy self-care action - she also reminded fans that Flawless Beauty's Facial Steamer is available at Walmart.Getting Her Steam OnScroll for the photos. Flawless Beauty is also fronted by 25-year-old former Disney star Dove Cameron. Proving she can ace it next to a gen-z, Halle sent out a makeup-free and fun open-mouthed smile while snapping a selfie and inside her bathroom.The mirror was definitely somewhat steamed up - the point. Halle wore a cozy and fluffy white bathrobe as she stood next to a magnifying mirror - fans also the Oscar winner with a tan head towel affording major post-shower vibes.See The Photo BelowGlancing sideways and showing off her clear skin, the mom of two announced her post as a paid partnership, telling fans:"Getting my steam on this morning! Head over to Walmart and pick up the Flawless Facial Steamer! @flawlessbeauty 💕 #flawlessbeauty #flawlessyou."The post now sits at over 24,000 likes, with fans calling Halle a "natural stunning beauty." The Monster's Ball actress was also told: "If you use it, I'm buying it!!" Clearly, money well spent from FB. More after the snap.What's She Getting Paid?Halle had abided by Instagram's required paid promotional disclaimer - one is required by the platform for most promo activity. Pay on IG correlates with following - per experts at Vox, it isn't bad, either."Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!" Halle boasts 7.2 million followers. More after the jump.A Flawless DealHalle also promotes another Flawless range - this one, for hair removal and spa products. She told People:"I went [the brand's] headquarters to learn about the products, and the minute I saw them on the table, I went to touch them. It was something about the color and the shape of them — they look so sexy. And, they make you feel good about hair removal." Dishing on her pandemic self-care, the leggy star added:"If I'm doing a deep cleanse on my skin, [I'll apply] a homemade mask made of yogurt, honey and lemon for vitamin C. I'm really having fun."