Celebrities have access to the most luxe skincare products to keep their complexion looking red carpet–ready at all times. And although some of them splurge on their skincare regimens, it's not always all about the fancy stuff. Even rich and famous A-listers swear by tried-and-true drugstore favorites we love as well.
From Priyanka Chopra's secret to ultra-smooth skin to the one product model Karlie Kloss stocks up on when she travels to the UK, we've rounded up the skincare products that 10 of the most famous ladies scoop up at the drugstore. (Celebs—they're just like us sometimes.) So if you're in the market for wallet-friendly skincare finds, you may want to take a tip from these stars and make your way to CVS soon.
Keep scrolling to learn more about the drugstore skincare products these celebs use regularly.
"I take a little bit of Smith's Rosebud Salve ($6) and I put it on my cheeks and then I'm glowing," the actress tells Allure. "You can even put it down the bridge of your nose, and it makes you look dewy."
Gigi told us about her favorite travel-friendly product for washing her face on the go. "I love, and always have with me, Maybelline Clean Express Wipes ($5). Especially with traveling, it's so much easier to have that in your bag than face wash—and to have it at the airport, where you can't really wash your face," she said.
"Bio-Oil Skincare Oil ($9) is a magical product! I can't believe I am sharing this with the world—it's great for blemish-free skin if you're also dry. I use it on my entire body at night," the Quantico star tells Into the Gloss.
Olivia Wilde has used Dr. Bronner's Pure Castile Soap ($18) her whole life. She told us, "I've been using the same hippie shit my whole life. It's the greatest! You can even use it in your hair when you go camping."
"I've always used Cetaphil Cleanser ($7) and Moisturizer ($9)," Saldana tells Refinery29. "My skin's not very sensitive, but because I travel so much, it sometimes reacts to the change in environments."
Model Karlie Kloss stocks up on her favorite lip-saving product when she's abroad. "I love coming to Boots when I'm in the UK," she tells Harper's Bazaar. "It's one of my favorite spots to hit before heading to the airport because they have really good, basic pharmaceutical-type products. I load up on little tubs of Vaseline ($2) for lips and dry skin."
Actress Aja King knows just how good Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes ($5) are. The How to Get Away With Murder star told Into the Gloss that she always uses one of these wipes after washing her face to freshen up and ensure a deep clean.
Like Karlie Kloss, Olivia Palermo loves Vaseline products. She tells Allure, "There's no excuse for not taking off your makeup—ever. I don't use a fancy product. I just wipe my face with Vaseline and a cotton pad every night before bed."
What's your favorite drugstore skincare product? Tell us in the comments!