Kate Middleton's Glowy Skin Is Thanks to This $65 All-Natural Face Oil
Just like her perfectly placed hair, Kate Middleton's skin always looks flawless. Her complexion remains glowy, vivacious, and blemish-free, no matter if she's attending Prince William's polo match, a state dinner, or a charity gala (or, you know, any other royal commitment). We'll gladly try anything she recommends or uses herself. After all, how does that expression go? It's fit for a duchess—something like that, right?
According to People magazine, Middleton owes her signature glow to an under-the-radar skincare product from the UK that refines, nourishes, and treats her complexion. The best part is that it's totally accessible for mere mortals like us since it only costs $65 and is available over here in the states. Did we mention that it also happens to be plant-based and cruelty-free? Keep scrolling to see which facial oil she uses each night for glowing and radiant skin each morning.
Beuti Skincare Beauty Sleep Elixir ($65)
According to the brand's founder, Leila Aalam, Middleton has no less than three bottles on her bedside table after they were hand-delivered to her at Kensington Palace. "We were ecstatic to know that she liked it and was actually using it," Aalam told People.
This oil is an all-natural blend of 14 different plant-based oils. It has vitamins, minerals, omegas, and Caribbean coral, which targets acne, aging, and sunburn. It supports skin barrier function and relieves inflammation. What isn't in it is just as important. It's formulated without synthetic fragrance, sulfates, silicones, parabens, or petro-chemicals. Could it be Middleton's emphasis on all-natural and clean beauty that makes her skin look so perfect? We're just asking for a friend.
Although it's not fully organic, it is 98% organic (which is amazing considering the chemically laden formulas of other beauty products). "I wanted to make a product that truly makes your skin glow, and that was as organic as possible," Aalam said. "Kate has got great skin, but as she gets older she will need to use more targeted skincare—plus, having children makes your skin more sensitive."