Always wanted to know how celebrities achieve their radiant glows? From inexpensive and practical to ridiculous and you’re probably not going to be following in their cleansing footsteps, look no further.
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Forget the hair and makeup (though that's great too); Britney is all about her skin. She has long been a fan of Rodan + Fields' face care line, ever since her mom introduced her to it. Her favourite items? The Macro-Exfoliator, Reverse regimen and Anti-Age Redefine Regimens.
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Beyoncé slathers Eucerin Aquaphor all over her face right before hitting the sack because she goes to bed "looking totally greasy."
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Depending on how much time she has, the supermodel can keep her beauty routine to about 10 minutes. "Since we wear makeup a lot while working I don't usually wear a lot in my day to day," she told Slice while she was in town launching the Easy Bra collection from Victoria’s Secret. "I always make sure to exfoliate once a week and moisturize. I love trying new moisturizers." And it works.
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It’s reported that Kate can't live without bee venom facials, which were recommended by her mother-in-law, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. A 50 ml jar costs just over $100 so not too crazy.
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The actress calls Eucerin Aquaphor's cream "Aqua For Everything" because all you have to do is "dab it on your face (and) it keeps your skin looking fresh." Consider me a believer.
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Kidman swears by Aquaphor's soothing balm, gushing that it's "amazing for dry skin" and doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
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The tennis superstar might sweat out a match but she doesn't sweat her beauty regimen. Of the wondrous Crème de la Mer, Williams says, "I'm forever putting this on my face."
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Angie seems like a low-maintenance kind of girl but she gets treatments that use caviar skin cream, made specifically from eggs of the Baerii sturgeon. Why those specific fish? They're said to contain high protein and oil that are wonderful for the skin.
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Beckham reportedly gets $500 sheep placenta facials. And not just any old sheep wandering around the U.K.. Her facials come from ones that are specifically flown in from New Zealand. She wasn't called Posh for nothing.
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Kardashian had what's known as the vampire facelift, in which about two teaspoons of blood are extracted from her arm, which, after separating the platelets, were then injected back into her face. The procedure takes between 15 and 45 minutes and can cost up to $2,500. All to fight signs of aging? I'll take wrinkles, thanks.
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Kunis is as low-key as they come but she reportedly shelled out about $7,000 for a diamond-and-ruby peel. What did seven grand get her? Her face was scrubbed with crushed diamonds and rubies that left her with glowing (and presumably, raw, painful) skin.
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Aniston uses Vaseline under her eyes every night to moisturize and prevent wrinkles.
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The actress calls Cetaphil's's cleanser and moisturizer "her most trusted" skincare products.
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Crème de la Mer is the crème de la crème, for Adams, at least. "I've tried other things, and I just keep coming back to it because it seems to repair the dryness in my skin." But because of its hefty price tag ($390 for a 2 oz. jar!), Adams will sometimes just use the lotion. Ahh, a frugal woman after my own heart.
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In an ad for L’Oréal’s Biotherm Homme, for which Beckham is creating a skincare and grooming line for men, he admits his skin is "pretty tough but slightly sensitive as well," and his routine of cleansing and moisturizing is quick: he's "in and out in seven minutes."