Victoria Beckham reveals the reasonably priced Aussie magnificence product she and her household swear by when travelling
- Victoria Beckham mentioned she by no means travels with out an Australian skincare product
- The 47-year-old clothier makes use of Face Halo to take off her make-up
- It is a microfibre make-up remover that wipes away cosmetics utilizing solely water
- Created by Perth lady Lizzy Pike, they’re a substitute for single-use wipes
- Victoria mentioned her daughter Harper and son Brooklyn’s girlfriend additionally use them
Victoria Beckham has revealed she by no means travels with out an reasonably priced magnificence product from an Australian skincare model.
In an episode of the Breaking Magnificence podcast, the 47-year-old British clothier instructed hosts Jill Dunne and Carolene Higgins she makes use of Face Halo microfibre pads to take off her make-up at night time.
Created by Perth businesswoman Lizzy Pike as a sustainable different to single-use face wipes, the material exfoliates pores and skin and strips away cosmetics utilizing nothing however water.
The pads, which value $30 for packs of three, are a favorite of the Beckham household, with Victoria revealing they’re additionally utilized by her nine-year-old daughter Harper and son Brooklyn’s 26-year-old fiancée, Nicola Peltz.
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British clothier Victoria Beckham (left) mentioned she by no means travels with out Face Halo microfibre pads, a sustainable different to single-use make-up wipes
The pads are a favorite of the Beckham household (pictured), with Victoria revealing they’re additionally utilized by her nine-year-old daughter Harper (second from left)
The double-sided pads, that are reusable for as much as 200 machine washes, are marketed because the ‘final’ environmentally-conscious technique to take away make-up, sunscreen, faux tan and face masks.
One pad replaces roughly 500 conventional wipes, stopping one billion disposables from being thrown into landfill and oceans over the previous 4 years.
Beloved by a slew of celebrities together with Naomi Watts, Gwyneth Paltrow and British popstar Jess Glynne, Face Halo has constructed a cult following since launching in Australia in 2017.
The model is now obtainable around the globe in shops resembling Priceline and on-line from web site like Adore Magnificence, Boots and Selfridges.
Victoria (pictured) is only one of many celeb followers of the Perth headquartered magnificence model
Victoria’s future daughter-in-law, American actress Nicola Peltz (pictured), who’s engaged to her son Brooklyn, additionally makes use of the sustainable make-up remover
Founder Lizzy Pike beforehand instructed Each day Mail Australia in regards to the inspiration for her industry-leading enterprise, which generated $1million (AUD) in gross sales throughout its first six months.
Ms Pike mentioned the Eureka second got here when a buddy of 20 years mentioned she ‘could not be bothered’ eradicating her make-up after a protracted distance flight.
The entrepreneur, who has 15 years expertise in microfibre expertise, knew of the material’s energy to wash all method of family surfaces and puzzled if it may work simply as properly on the face.
The very subsequent day, the formidable mom set to work on creating a microfibre make-up remover.
Perth businesswoman Lizzy Pike (pictured) is the founding father of Face Halo
The Face Halo fabric is in contrast to different make-up removers in the marketplace, insofar as it’s a one-step course of that makes use of no chemical compounds and produces no waste.
‘Microfibre itself is not new, however it’s 100 occasions finer than human hair, and by mixing the Face Halo with water, the fibres get deep down in to the pores and elevate out trapped make-up, filth and oil off the pores and skin,’ Ms Pike mentioned.
The pads are additionally considerably cheaper than most cleansers and toners in the marketplace.