Celebrities have access to the best skincare products available, which explains why they always have tight, youthful skin. But, despite their endless skincare connections, some A-listers still can seem to part ways with their drugstore favorites.
Yes, believe it or not, stars like Beyoncé, Gigi Hadid, and Kim Kardashian are all fans of affordable skincare products that can be found in your local drugstore aisles. From Neutrogena’s Makeup Remover to Aquaphor’s Advanced Therapy Healing Ointment, here are the cheap skincare finds that your favorite celebs can’t live without:
Jamie Chung swears by Cetaphil's Daily Facial Moisturizer to help keep her skin glowing and hydrated. It offers SPF 15 protection and improves your skin's ability to retain vital moisture.
Karrueche Tran uses Que Bella's Relaxing Aromatherapy Masks to maintain her flawless complexion. It improves skin tone with its blend of lavender and 75 healing nutrients that help soften and nourish the skin.
Aquaphor Healing Ointment ($14.29)
Beyoncé's stunning glow is all thanks to her obsession with Aquaphor, which she uses to keep her skin hydrated and healthy. We're also huge fans of this skin cream because it can be used on any part of the body; lips, cuticles, face--you name it!
Gigi Hadid keeps breakouts at bay with this drugstore-favorite scrub, which is formulated with salicylic acid and natural exfoliants to clear pimples and blackheads and prevent more from forming.
Removing all of your makeup is an essential skincare step that most people overlook. Kim Kardashian gets the job done using Neutrogena's classic Makeup Remover wipes, which effortlessly dissolve all traces of dirt, oil, and makeup for fresh, clean skin.
Kylie Jenner's l-o-v-e-s this detoxifying mask from L'Oreal Paris. It uses charcoal and pure clay to get deep into the pores and draw out dirt, oil, and pollution. Not only does your skin feel clean after using it, but you'll also notice that its radiance has been enhanced, too!
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