6 Drugstore Beauty Products Celebs Swear By
Posted by Tala Barbir in Skin Care, Makeup, Body
Ever wondered what celebs pick up while browsing the aisles in Boots? We've got our hands on the top six affordable skin care and makeup drugstore products these beauties can't live without!
"I’ve always used Cetaphil cleanser and moisturizer. My skin’s not very sensitive, but because I travel so much, it sometimes reacts to the change in environments." Zoe Saldana
Cetaphil's Gentle Skin Cleanser from £6.99 softly cleanses the skin while maintaining the natural protective oils and natural pH balance. The soap and fragrance free formula is suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin, and can be used on the face, hands and whole body. It also makes a great make-up remover and helps to relieve dryness that is often caused by prescription skincare products!
"I've been using Aveeno lotions for years, and they're really affordable, and they work. If it works, don't fix what's not broken!" Jennifer Aniston
Aveeno's Moisturising Creamy Oil With Colloidal Oatmeal from £7.65 is a non-greasy formula that moisturises like an oil and absorbs like a cream. It is enriched with almond oil and colloidal oatmeal, which help maintain the skin's natural moisture level and prevent dry skin.
"I love using Vaseline on-the-go for a dewy, angelic look, and it's great to pat it under my eyes every night to lock in moisturise and prevent wrinkles." Frieda Pinto
Vaseline's Pure Petroleum Jelly from £1.69 is great for overall skin protection as it has a triple purified formula that provides nourishment and protection to all skin types. It's so multi-purpose, you can use it as a day moisturiser or to help remove makeup.
"L'Oréal do some of the best mascaras for showbiz – they last all day, never clump and pump up the volume!" Beyoncé
L'Oréal's Voluminous Mascara from £8.49 is enriched with Ceramide-R and Panthenol which protect and condition your lashes, leaving them supple and soft to the touch. The extra-volume brush deposits just the right amount of mascara for an even application that resists clumping and flaking.
"It was freezing when I was filming in Canada, but if you take a little bit of Eucerin and dab it on your face, it keeps your skin looking fresh and hydrated." Lucy Liu
Eucerin's Dry Skin Replenishing Face Night Cream from £11.50 is a formula optimised with 5% urea and lactate to alleviate feelings of tightness in very dry skin. The rich cream provides intensive overnight moisturisation while replenishing your skin's natural moisturisers. Your skin will feel instantly comforted and rested as it's a fragrance and colourant-free product.
"Epsom salts are a great trick that anyone can use if they’re working up to wearing a particularly clingy dress!" Jennifer Lawrence
The Eco Bath Epsom Salts from £8.49 should be used in the bath where magnesium sulphate is absorbed through the surface of the skin to help in removing toxins from the body. Its soothing action may help with troublesome skin including eczema, psoriasis and sensitive skin. Unlike other salts, it doesn't leave the skin feeling dry, rather you're left feeling silky, smooth.
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