It’s no secret that most A-listers have flawless skin. And while that’s often the result of a combination of eye-wateringly expensive skincare, make-up and treatments, sometimes a budget buy will come along that’s so effective, even the celebrities can’t keep away from it.
Victoria Beckham is one such celeb who has been known to rave about certain low-cost beauty products in the past, such as Caudalie’s £12 Beauty Elixir – ‘[It] gives you a glowing complexion – use it on top of your makeup,’ she wrote on Twitter in 2012 – and the Josh Wood Colour Radiating Shampoo and Conditioner for Fine Brunette Hair, which cost just £10 each.
And now, the former Spice Girl has been at it again, declaring her adoration for a £6 beauty essential that’s been making waves in the industry ever since its launch.
In an interview with Byrdie, Beckham declared her ‘new skincare favourite’ to be Face Halo reusable make-up removers. ‘Even though it’s more of a “tool,” it has really helped me up my cleansing regimen, which we all know is the foundation of any good skincare routine,’ she said.
‘I love how it helps get to the core of my pores for deep makeup removal (especially after wearing a full face of makeup on set). Even more, I love how it’s an amazing, sustainable improvement to disposable cotton pads of years past. A major upgrade in every way!’
Face Halo reusable pads are made with fibre strands 100 times finer than human hair, meaning they can really get into your pores and even remove mascara with just the use of water. Lasting up to 200 washes, these are seriously good for the environment compared to disposable products, and have been said to replace up to 500 cotton rounds or makeup wipes per person.
At £18 for a pack of three, one Face Halo costs just £6, making this a great purse-friendly buy – especially when you add up how much money you spend on single-use cotton pads, you’ll be saving money in no time! If it’s good enough for VB…