6 Drugstore Beauty Products Australian Models Swear By

Updated 01/11/18
Model Drugstore Beauty Products

Model-approved beauty picks are rivaled only by our love for drugstore finds. So we thought it a great idea (i.e. necessary) to compile all of the ace drugstore buys models have brought to our attention over the years. From Lara to Miranda, even some of the most successful models are savvy enough to know that you don't need to spend a bunch in order to achieve great skin, smooth limbs, or bouncy, glossy hair. So without further ado, please keep scrolling to familiarise yourself with all of the best drugstore beauty buys that Australian models swear by. 

Bioderma Sensibio H20 Micelle Solution $43

This gentle French pharmacy cleanser is loved by pretty much everyone. Australian-Lebanese model Jessica Kahawaty sang its praises when it comes to removing a days worth of makeup (and right she is). It's a staple, in our opinion. 

Manicare Dry Body Brush $17

Miranda Kerr's statuesque limbs don't come easy. The Aussie beauty has sworn by dry body brushing for years due to its detoxifying and invigorating properties. Buff your limbs in circular motions towards the heart. 

Fauldings Epsom Salts $4

Soaking in a tub of Epsom salts is great for soothing tired, sore muscles, as well as drawing toxins away from the body. When Lara Worthington told us she was a fan, we made a point at ducking into the nearest chemist on the way home from the office. The best part? A box will only set you back $4. 

Thursday Plantation Pure Tea Tree Oil $7

Tea tree oil is adored by many as a natural blemish treatment (it has amazing antibacterial properties). Chantal Monaghan admitted that she dabs a little on her face overnight whenever a pimple crops up. 

Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil $26

Rosehip oil is a magic natural beauty product that treats a multitude of issues. Georgia Fowler presses it into her skin on the reg, but in a pinch, it can be used on cuticles, the ends of your hair, or massaged into scars. 

Bioglan Organic Coconut Oil $13

Who doesn't love coconut oil? The Brydie Australia office is obsessed, and seemingly, so is the rest of the world. Jesinta Franklin uses it in conjunction with vodka and bi-carb soda for a deep cleansing scrub and moisture treatment. But quite the over-achiever, coconut oil is a treat for hair, as a makeup remover, and even in desserts

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