The One Drugstore Beauty Product Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Can’t Live Without
It comes in at under $10, too.
If there’s one thing that makes me particularly happy, it’s getting a peek into celebrity beauty bags. What do they love when they have access to everything? What products do they re-purchase themselves, despite all the products they would be sent for free? And given that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is at the top of my Freaky Friday list for switches, I’m always super interested to know what the supermodel has in her skincare lineup. And it turns out, one of her go-to products is available for under $10 at your local drugstore.
Speaking with Harper’s Bazaar UK, the founder of Rose Inc. shared her skincare must-haves and revealed that Bioderma’s Sensibio H20 makeup remover is in constant use. “I always buy that, again and again,” she shared. The fragrance-, paraben- and alcohol-free micellar water is specifically designed for sensitive skin. According to the brand’s website, the entire Sensibio line “allows you to reinforce your skin’s biological barrier while mimicking its very functions.” And Rosie isn’t the only fan – one bottle is sold every two seconds worldwide.
As for her other hero products, Huntington-Whiteley names iS Clinical’s Cleansing Complex, Poly-Vitamin Serum, Super Serum and Hydra-Cool Serum as her morning must-haves, and the brand’s Active Serum and eye cream as key parts of her nighttime routine. She also uses the Environ dermaroller and the Nu Face tool in the evenings, as well as salicylic pads from Zo Skin Health, the Biba Creme Barrier Moisturizer and a retinol every now and then (Retin-8 is her favourite).
Skincare is key for the supermodel as she says she’s “struggled on and off throughout my entire life with acne and breakouts and congestion on my skin.” She sees LA-based facialist Biba De Souza regularly for facials and says De Souza’s counsel on non-comedogenic ingredients was a game-changer. “I immediately saw such a difference,” she says of removing pore-clogging ingredients from her routine.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to Shoppers to get my hands on a bottle (or 10) of the above.