Living / 11 April, 2023 / Christina Walter
Beauty may be largely down to genetics, but using the right skincare products can help. A-lister Jodie Comer shares her skincare regime, including a beauty secret that costs just £12.60!
This very high-protection sunscreen doesn’t feel heavy or sticky and has been created specially for oily skin. It has an ultra-lightweight, non-comedogenic formula which is perfect for blemish-prone skin and it has a non-sticky mattifying texture. Don’t be fooled by the yellow-tinted colour; the cream melts into the skin effortlessly for an invisible finish.
“I start with a cleanse, using a coconut oil or something un-fragranced. Then, depending on the time of year, I use the Noble Panacea Prime Radiance Serum, which is super light but really hydrating, underneath moisturiser.”
“I feel like moisturiser is key. What I love about the Radiant Resilience Moisturiser is the consistency of it – it soaks in but it also stays. I hate when I put on a face cream and it completely disappears, leaving your skin tight, and you’re not quite sure what good it’s done.”
“Coming up to an event, I like to use something like a cryo ball that lives in the freezer and you can roll over your face – it takes away puffiness.”
“I’ve recently discovered Dots for Spots Pimple Patches on Amazon and ordered a pack of 60. They’re amazing. As I’ve been wearing a mask a lot in the theatre, I have been getting spots on the lower part of my face which is a nightmare – with the BAFTAs on Sunday, I was like, ‘Oh no!’. The little stickers are flesh-coloured and pretty subtle – I have one on right now. If my skin is bad, sometimes covering up [with make-up] will make it worse. So if I can persevere for as long as I can with these, I will.”
“Noble Panacea has just released this lovely new product, The Exceptional Chronobiology Sleep Mask, with a little sculpting gua sha. I keep that in the fridge so it’s a little bit cooler when I put it on my skin.