As one of the most recognisable names on the planet, Gigi Hadid has access to virtually any beauty product in the world. So when the model recently posted a picture to her Instagram account of her post-shoot skincare essentials, it was refreshing to see she relies on a number of very affordable buys.
After a long day spent in full glam in front of the camera, the new mama shared her favourite products for stripping away heavy makeup post-shoot, and one of the most notable inclusions was Neutrogena’s Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover. The drugstore skincare product – which tops out at a very accessible $6.39 – has developed a cult following for its ability to easily break down stubborn eye makeup, and clearly Hadid is into it too.
Amongst her other favourite products were Boscia’s refreshing Cryosea Firming Icy Cold Cleanser ($51) and Rosewater Mist with Witch Hazel ($34), Belli’s Healthy Glow Facial Hydrator ($41.19) and Dan & Lion’s Ever Oil ($95). But before you question the authenticity of Hadid’s recommendations, she insists that none of the skincare products she shares are #sponsored.
“None of my skincare posts are sponsored,” she captioned the picture of her products. “I just love trying out gifted products (or the ones that I always go back to), when I get the time, and letting you know what I’m liking.”
Hadid has been sharing a lot of her go-to complexion boosters recently, having dropped her entire pregnancy skincare routine in a video a few months back. The 26-year-old revealed that she relied on Oliveda products – a natural skincare range that heroes olive tree extract in their formulas – as well as Cetaphil cleansers and Lanolips’ cult 101 Ointment ($18.95).
Hadid admits that cheaper beauty products remain her go-to, with the model admitting, “I’ve always really gone for drugstore skin care. I really just wanted good products, and I don’t always think that you have to pay a lot for that.”
BRB, stocking up on everything.