Keia Knightly is a busy jet-setting actress with little time to care for her complexion. But, instead of spending a small fortune on top-shelf products, this English Rose keeps her skin glowing with what some call the holy grail of skincare, affordable rosehip oil.
“I completely fail to keep myself on an even keel with my skincare when traveling, but I have just discovered rosehip oil, which a friend of mine recommended,” the actress recently told British Vogue. “Flights are so hard on your skin and they make it so dry, so I gave this a go and it really worked. Now I always travel with it.”
Speaking with Beauty Banter recently, Meghan Markle spilled on the beauty products she uses to achive that infamous ‘Markel sparkle’, and lucky for us, they’re budget buys you can find at the chemist. When it comes to keeping her skin hydrated, the Suits actress revealed she uses Nivia’s,Firming Body Lotion Q10 Plus “religiously”.
The American beauty added: “It’s honestly my favorite lotion on the market, it’s so affordable, and makes my skin look and feel amazing. I would buy a case of this at a time if I could find it.”
During her press tour for Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson opted for natural and cruelty-free beauty brands including Sukin’s Hydrating Mist Toner.
Self-confessed beauty junkie Drew Barrymore cannot get enough of dry shampoo. “I you are trying to preserve a blow dry or just like slept in hair, this is the best dry shampoo. Poof and marvel. Spray in at roots and then comb out with a thick brush,” she wrote on her Instagram review, praising the product.
Like us, Olivia Wilde takes a no-fuss approach to beauty. “I use the cheapest possible skin care — not because it’s cheap, but because it’s the best,” she told Popsugar. “Dermatologists have recommended it for years and I’ve never paid attention. But recently I started using Cetaphil cleanser and CeraVe moisturizer. They’re gentle and simple.”
Star of La La Land Emma Stone has sensitive skin so has to pick her prods wisely. “I’m really allergic to a lot of stuff, so I can really only use products with one thing in them,” she told Style Caster “So I use Burt’s Bees cleanser.”
Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron, Beyonce and Lucy Lui
Aquaphor cream has the tick of approval from not one but FOUR celebs: “It costs nothing and it’s amazing for dry skin, which I have,” Nicole Kidman told Allure. Charlize Theron agrees: “I realised it’s one of the best hand creams ever. Great on lips too,” she said to InStyle Beyonce admits she smears it all over her face before bed: “I go to bed looking totally greasy.” Lucy Lui agrees: “It keeps your skin looking fresh.”
While Aquaphor isn’t available in Singapore, you could get alternative petroleum jelly ointments.