Here are the drugstore skincare products that celebrities actually use:
Bioderma Sensibio H2O Wipes
Biodegradable, hypoallergenic and convenient, Victoria Beckham reaches for these French pharmacy face wipes at the end of the day. VB told Into the Gloss they’re “The only face wipes that actually take off all my makeup”. She explained, “I always use a cleanser after, but these wipes really get everything off”.
Lanolips 101 Ointment
As a model and founder of beauty website Rose Inc., Rosie Huntington-Whiteley spends her days trying new beauty products. So for her to call out one in particular, you know they must be exceptional. In 2018, RHW gave special mention to a cult Aussie product - Lanolips 101 Ointment. “@lanolips 101 ointment is our holy grail for dry lips this summer. And cuticles, and rough patches, and, the list goes on,” she wrote on her Instagram, before adding, “Go on and snag one”.
Sukin Hydrating Mist Toner
Emma Watson is known for favouring an eco-friendly beauty routine, and she gave a special shout-out to Australian natural skincare brand Sukin for their hydrating and soothing facial toner (she has dry skin) and their do-good initiatives. “Sukin are an Australian brand committed to offsetting their carbon emissions through a clean energy biomass project in India,” Emma posted on her Instagram account.
As we’ve already proved, Kim Kardashian-West is not shy about splurging on her skincare. But she does swear by a couple of drugstore skincare products, too, one of which is Bio Oil. Kim has professed her love for the multipurpose oil on numerous occasions, sharing that she doesn’t just use it on her stretch marks, but also on her face and around her eyes to combat wrinkles.
“[Bio-Oil] just makes my skin glow, and it has so many benefits,” Kim shared on her now-closed website. “When I was pregnant, I would apply it like crazy, lol. This oil totally saved me.”
Burt’s Bees Beeswax Lip Balm
Blake Lively was kind enough to share a sneak peek snap of her beauty kit on social media and our eagle eyes noticed this affordable natural lip balm hanging out among luxe skincare brands like Dior, Armani Beauty and Chanel.
Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails+
In an interview, Australian actress Nicole Kidman opened up about how she takes care of the "worst part" of her body - her nails. “I really believe in taking vitamins and supporting my skin with inside health. My nails are probably the worst part of me—they’re always breaking—so I use this amazing skin, hair, and nails vitamin from Swisse Wellness, and it’s really changed them,” she told Allure.