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Hailey Bieber and Victoria Beckham both swear by the same drugstore face cream and we've tried it, too

Get Hailey’s signature super glowy skin with this affordable moisturiser - you won't believe the price

victoria beckham and hailey bieber celebrity fans of weleda skin food
Hollie BrothertonLifestyle & Commerce Senior Writer
Karen SilasSenior Lifestyle Editor
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From skincare to nails, ‘glazed donut’ is a phrase you’ve probably heard being thrown around in the beauty world a lot recently. Often referring to seriously glowy skin, one pioneer of the trend is Hailey Bieber, and she’s revealed exactly how to get her signature look on TikTok.

The model shared the step-by-step skincare routine she uses before applying makeup, and one of her favourite products is so affordable!

Weleda Skin Food Hailey

Hailey shared her pre-makeup skincare routine on TikTok

Initially prepping her skin with several of her own Rhode products, Hayley finishes by applying Weleda's cult Skin Food moisturiser and you can shop it for just £10 or $15.28 on Amazon.

“The goal for me is always really hydrated, nourished, dewy, glowy, yummy, glazed skin,” she told her followers, adding that the way she gets that is by layering the right products - one of which is the bestselling drugstore day cream.

Weleda Skin Food is a blend of gentle viola tricolor, calendula and chamomile, in a rich base of pure plant oils. It’s intended for super dry skin, hence the mega glow it creates.

Weleda Skin Food - tried and tested: Here's what we think

We've tried the famed Skin Food, and it definitely has some fans here at HELLO! "I've been using Weleda Skin Food for years," says Commerce Partnership Editor Carla Challis. "In fact it's a staple in my household - my boyfriend loves it too. We tend to use it in winter, when skin is super parched, or on random dry patches. It leaves the skin looking super glossy but I would warn it isn't one for those with oily skin tones or prone to breakouts - the cream is thick, and I mean thick. Takes  a while to sink in, so bear that in mind if you're using it when in a rush!"

There’s also a lighter formula, Skin Food Light, which has more of a lotion feel. “It’s very rich going on but the creamy sensation disappears as it melts into your skin," describes Senior Lifestyle Editor Karen Silas. "It does leave a very slightly sticky feel but your skin also feels almost sealed in with moisture. I use it on dry spots on my face, but also as a hand cream and even an overnight mask for my feet! It has a fresh greeny, natural citrus scent – which is fairly strong – and has a light cooling sensation, which makes it great for summer.” 

Weleda Skin Food celebrity fans

Hailey Bieber, meanwhile, says she uses just a tiny amount. “I like to get a richer, heavier cream and just put that in some spots where I feel like I get more dry and I want a little more sheen and highlight under the makeup. I’ve had a lot of makeup artists use it on me.”

Even Victoria Beckham has been singing its praises, writing on Instagram: "It keeps your skin so hydrated and moisturised. It's really, really thick and I love how it feels all over the body. It's a really great product."

Certified natural and organic, Weleda Skin Food sells every 11 seconds and has over 20,000 five-star ratings on Amazon. If it’s good enough for the A-list…

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