April 4, 2012

What affordable cosmetics celebrities use

Although they have enough money to afford extravagant cosmetics, celebrities don’t always choose the expensive care products. The ones less snob, that try also the products that are considered to be mass market, find out that even some cheap cosmetics can be very good, and end by including them on their favorites list.

Jennifer Aniston, for example, is loyal to a soap that costs less than £1.99, for more than 20 years: “I’ve been using it since High School. I wake up and wash my face with Neutrogena face soap.”

Gwyneth Paltrow admitted recently that one of the reasons she’s happy she lives most of the time in England is because she can easily buy Boots No 7 products, which she loves to use.

Kate Middleton’s moisturizing cream costs just £5.1025, and is from Nivea Pure Visage, and Victoria Beckham uses face masks made of apricot and avocado, as on of her close friends stated in Heat magazine.

Another beautiful woman who tried affordable product is the actress Emma Stone. After a long struggled with acne, the solution came from grape oil, which she uses on a daily basis: “I’m seriously allergic to everything. So I just use natural grape seed oil from the grocery store on my face as a moisturizer. After the shower, I pat it on, and then I’ll use it throughout the day and night.”