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The £10 cream that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Victoria Beckham love

Supermodel skin for less

by Laura Sutcliffe

Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley recently uploaded a series of behind-the-scenes snaps to her Instagram account, and eager-eyed beauty lovers were quick to notice a tube of Weleda Skin Food on her make-up table. The cream has a huge celeb following and is readily available; it's priced at just £9.95 for 100ml at Holland and Barrett. The nourishing cream is packed with plant extracts and essential oils, and is ideal for very dry skin.

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Get Rosie's supermodel skin for less

The now-cult product is loved by numerous high-profile stars, including Adele and Alexa Chung, and is a multi-purpose formula that is used for a variety of purposes and boasts a super hydrating consistency. Its ingredients are simple and totally natural – rosemary, pansy chamomile and calendula offer the skin the ultimate in natural nutrition.

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Rosie uploaded a shot of affordable cream on her Instagram account

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Skin Food by Weleda retails at just £9.95

Another huge fan of the inexpensive cream is none other than mother-of-four Victoria Beckham. Victoria, 43, revealed to online beauty site Into the Gloss that Skin Food is one of her secrets, explaining:

"What I love about it, is that it's not particularly expensive and you can find it anywhere. The formula is so thick and buttery."

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Victoria Beckham is also a big fan of the budget cream

Also pictured in Rosie's live snap was a variety of pretty compacts in rose gold packaging, which are part of her line of cosmetics with Marks & Spencer. Rosie recently celebrated a five-year partnership with the high-street chain; her lingerie line is hugely popular, and features an abundance of feminine underwear sets in a variety of textures and sizes. Even though the stunning supermodel always dazzles in the campaign shots, she often states she doesn’t feel like a sex symbol:

"I certainly don’t feel like one!" she revealed to Vogue Magazine. 

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