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Meghan Markle's Saviour Skincare Product Is Super Affordable

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Meghan Markle's Saviour Skincare Product Is Super Affordable

We all have that one beauty product we couldn't live without, and Meghan Markle is no different.

The Duchess of Sussex has revealed what her number one beauty product is and it will surprise you even more when you realise how affordable it is.

Apparently the Duchess loves tea tree oil, and it's that simple.

In an interview with Allure last year, Meghan revealed what was in her beauty bag, and of course there were a few things that were not so affordable.

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However, Meghan discussed the amount of time she spendt travelling with work at the time, and how tea-tree oil is the one thing she always has with her.

"The one thing that I cannot live without when I'm travelling is a small container of tea tree oil. It's not the most glamorous thing, but if you get a cut, a mosquito bite, a small breakout, no matter what it is, it's my little cure-all," she explained.

"It's inexpensive, it's small enough to carry on, and I bring it with me all the time."

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A small bottle of tea tree oil retails at £12 on the Body Shop website, which is a bargain as you only need a small amount for each use.

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We have a feeling Meghan will be needing her life saver beauty product during her latest royal tour to Australia and New Zealand.

Meghan and her make up artist Daniel Martin, have always been open about her beauty routine.

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The professional MUA has explained that he uses a lot of skincare on the new royal rather than highlighter.

However, his favourite when working with the Duchess is Aquaphor, which retails at around £8.

Aquaphor is known as a healing ointment and is a thick, fragrance-free formula, mostly made up of petroleum which is used to protect and heal dry skin.

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However, Daniel has revealed it can work similar to highlighter as long as you apply it to the five high spots on your face rather than as a moisturiser.

Speaking to E! News, Daniel said: "A lot of my highlighting is done with skin-care.

"When you think about it, using skin-care in lieu of make-up makes sense. For one, you're adding hydration to the skin, rather than potentially clogging your pores. And, glowing skin is simply the appearance of very healthy and moisturised skin.

"Before highlighters, you would do highlighting with Aquaphor. Aquaphor will give you that same texture, especially in a photo [when applied] on the high points of the face."

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Topics: Hair & Beauty, Life News, Style News, Meghan Markle

Mark Cunliffe
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