10 Affordable Beauty Products Celebs Swear By for Amazing Skin

Celebs are often working with the world’s best makeup artists, dermatologists and skincare experts, so they are constantly introduced to top-of-the-line beauty products—and lining their beauty cabinets with them. While it comes as no surprise when the A-list talk about the products they can’t live without that require a whole pay cheque to purchase, my ears always perk up when I hear about an affordable find they love just as much. So what are the best drugstore beauty products you can find in the skincare routines of celebrities?

Ahead, I’m highlighting the affordable skincare products celebrities trust to achieve a radiant complexion. Ahead, discover 10 drugstore products celebrities swear by—from the hydrating balm Beyoncé slathers on before bed to the £4 face scrub that Gigi Hadid swears by to the unexpected product Jennifer Lopez’s makeup artist uses to create super-illuminated skin, and more. Here, see why each of these are must-haves, and shop them for yourself.

Selena Gomez

Product: Olay Regenerist Skin Perfecting Cleanser (£7)

Gomez credits her mum and grandmother for introducing her to Olay. She told Into the Gloss, "It must work because my mum has the most incredible, beautiful skin."

Beyoncé

Product: Eucerin Aquaphor Soothing Skin Balm(£9)

Beyoncé uses Aquaphor on her face before slipping into bed. "I go to bed looking totally greasy," as she told Elle, "It's not all glamour all the time."

Jennifer Lopez

Product: Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunscreen (£8)

It turns out you can re-create Lopez's signature glow by using this Neutrogena sunscreen but not for the reason you might think. Her makeup artist, Scott Barnes, recently shared that it's his secret for setting makeup and creating super-illuminated skin.

Kim Kardashian West

Product: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Eye Cream ($19)

Though Kim Kardashian West regularly invests in luxe beauty products, she shared her favourite drugstore finds on her app

Gigi Hadid

Products: St. Ives Apricot Scrub (£4); Neutrogena u (£5)

Hadid spilled her favorite drugstore beauty products to Teen Vogue, noting, "I love St. Ives Apricot Scrub"

Rihanna

Product: Weleda Skin Food (£13)

According to InStyle, this super moisturiser is on Rihanna's product request list when she gets manicures.

Gemma Chan

Product: No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced Intense Serum (£26)

"I swear by Boots No. 7 for their skin creams. I use their Protect and Perfect Intense Advanced Serum," Chan revealed to Allure. 

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Product: Bioderma Sensibio Micellar Water (£11)

Huntington-Whiteley broke down her skincare routine on Rose Inc., which includes a cult French pharmacy makeup remover.

Ashley Graham

Product: Dove Bodywash

Model Ashley Graham told Vogue that Dove body wash is a favourite product to use after a trip to the beach.

Sofia Vergara

Product: Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser (£15)

Vergara told Who What Wear that her favourite products are very simple. "Cetaphil cleanser," she said. "I try different ones all the time because people recommend me stuff, especially in this business. But the basic stuff works best for me."