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Catherine Zeta-Jones shares an amazing beauty cabinet shelfie

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Catherine Zeta-Jones has given us a serious case of beauty envy with the awe-inducing shelfie she posted on Instagram last night. In the photograph, her bright white cabinet is stuffed to the brim with creams, balms and mists of every incarnation, each positioned ever so neatly in a fashion that Marie Kondo would be proud of.


Catherine took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to share this awe-inducing beauty shelfie

Along with creams and balms from La Prairie and Chanel, encased in sleek, ultra-covetable packaging, the ultra-organised cupboard plays host to Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream – a hero product that plumps and hydrates the complexion – and the botanical-packed Glacial Facial Wash by cruelty-free skincare label skyn ICELAND. A self-confessed beauty aficionado, it’s clear from Catherine’s impressive line-up of lotions and potions that she looks to innovative, result-driven products that work hard and leave her complexion glowing.

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The 47-year-old actress has been stockpiling Lancôme’s widely-adored Bi-Facil eye makeup remover, perhaps amassing a never-ending supply in case the brand decides to discontinue it. The unique formula removes all traces of even the most stubborn waterproof mascara without irritating sensitive skin and has become a make-up artist must-have in recent years.

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We’ve also spotted high-tech brand Sunday Riley in Catherine’s collection, along with the deliciously scented Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm by Elemis - a luxurious, nutrient-rich cleanser that melts away make-up and grime, leaving skin clean and incredibly hydrated.

With such a fantastic haul of products, it’s little wonder that the Welsh actress looks as radiant as she does. Though as much as we’d like to believe her youthful looks are all down to the little bottles and pots lining her shelves, we’re sure a lot of it is down to getting lucky in the gene lottery.