Holly Willoughby has the best skin ever. Fact. And we are always curious to know exactly what is in her bathroom cabinet – and why she never seems to get formidable eye bags despite all those early starts. The mother-of-three featured in The Sunday Times Style Magazine at the weekend and the beauty director Sarah Jossel asked her all the burning questions we need to know, as part of her #BeautyBOSS Bathroom segment which was filmed. On her favourite skincare essential, 37-year-old Holly revealed that she adores the Garnier Skin Act Eye Mask Orange Juice, which retails at just £2.99. "These mini masks do exactly what they say on the tin – they're packed full of moisture. Formulated with orange juice and hyaluronic acid to visibly reduce eye bags, they refresh and cool the eye area, giving your skin a wake-up call." Holly has been an ambassador for the brand since 2015.
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Holly chatted with The Sunday Times Style's Beauty Director Sarah Jossel
The blonde bombshell is also known for her gorgeously trimmed locks and she revealed:" I have to look after my hair because I’ve got a lot of colour in it – hair colour and sun do not mix." She turns to the Oblepikha Conditioning Spray, which costs an affordable £6.75. "This leave-in conditioner is handy to keep in your beach bag for when you get out of the pool," she remarked.
Garnier Skin Act Eye Mask Orange Juice, £2.99
It also turns out that the Celebrity Juice panellist is just like the rest of us – she occasionally can't be hassled with taking her makeup off! "I have to admit that I am not the world's best at taking off my make-up, so the invention of make-up wipes really saved my life."
This Works In Transit No Traces Pads, £17
However, we all know that repeated use of makeup wipes isn't the best for your skin, so Holly uses This Works In Transit No Traces Pads, £17. The ITV favourite explains that they are "infused with rosewater and water mint to help improve hydration."
Cloud Paint in Puff, £15, Glossier
The This Morning co-host spoke about her hugely popular makeup must-haves – in particular her holiday makeup. "To maintain a relaxed, natural look on holiday, I keep a few make-up essentials in my beach bag."
In particular she loves Cloud Paint in Puff, £15, by Glossier. "I love this blusher" she revealed.
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"It has a creamy consistency that blends really easily, creating a natural-looking flush. Just dab a tiny amount onto cheeks and blend with your fingers to give skin a warm and peachy glow," Holly explained.
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