Meghan Markle has credited Kate Somerville products in the past for her gorgeous, glowing skin — and she’s not the famous esthetician’s only celebrity fan. Other A-listers like Drew Barrymore, Olivia Culpo, Lili Reinhart, and more can’t get enough of her super effective skincare products. Want to see what all the hype is about? Well, thanks to our exclusive discount, you can now treat yourself to some celeb-loved beauty buys for less.
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During the summer, the actress loves to keep Kate Somerville’s UncompliKated SPF 50 Makeup Setting Spray in her bag. She told Self, “It makes me feel somewhat put together when I’ve been out there all day.” The ultra-fine mist helps to reduce shine and give skin a soft, matte finish (and, of course, protection from harmful UV rays).
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Before she was the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle regularly got facials from Somerville herself. “I’ve been going to Kate’s clinic in LA for facials for years, and [since I’ve been living] in Toronto for work, I still use the products to maintain that glow that her facials give,” Meghan said in a 2017 interview with The Lady Loves Couture. And since the new royal has been doing all of her own makeup, we’re pretty sure she’s still applying Kate Somerville’s Quench Hydrating Face Serum because her skin always looks dewy (and perfect, might we add).
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The Riverdale actress’ secret to keeping her skin in check when it’s recovering from a breakout? Kate Somerville’s Dilo Oil Restorative Treatment. In an Instagram Story, Reinhart said she uses the oil in place of her daily moisturizer when her skin needs some extra hydration.
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In a YouTube video sharing her beauty routine, Culpo said the Kate Somerville Goat Milk De-Puffing Eye Balm is the first thing she uses every morning. “I would recommend this for anyone who wakes up feeling puffy or having dark circles — this works really well,” she added. The cooling balm provides instant relief and moisture to tired eyes, thanks to the manuka honey and goat milk used in the formula.
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The beauty junkie may have her own Flower Beauty makeup line, but she still has a cabinet full of ride-or-die skincare faves from other brands — which includes some Kate Somerville products. In an interview with the New York Times, she listed Kate Somerville’s Age Arrest Eye Cream as her go-to secret for dark circles. And since we know Barrymore gives it to us straight when it comes to her beauty reviews, we’ll be stocking up on a bottle or two of this cream while it’s on sale.
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