When it comes to celebrity beauty routines, we’re all too aware that they use the best of the best. From pricey facials to expensive products, it’s almost a given that most of their beauty essentials require an A-list budget to keep up with it.

However, we love nothing more than a relatable (and affordable) skincare routine, and it turns out not everything celebs use requires a mega bank account to buy it. We’ve rounded up some of the best beauty products that our favourite famous faces swear by – and all of them cost less than £15.

Kim Kardashian’s body lotion

She might have one of the most famous figures in the world, but that doesn’t mean Kim K doesn’t know a bargain buy when she sees it. She first mentioned using Mustela Hydra Bebe Body Lotion, £14.50 here, not long after giving birth to youngest daughter Chicago, revealing she’d also been using the baby-friendly lotion to hydrate her own skin.

Kim Kardashian previously shared that she used Mustela Hydra Bebe Body Lotion on her skin

Hailey Bieber’s face cream

As one of the best loved beauty guru’s on TikTok, when Hailey Bieber says she uses a product we take notice. The model previously shared with InStyle that she swears by Avene’s Cicalfate+ Restorative Protective Cream, £6.33 here (was £9.50), to help “calm and heal” her skin after it became angry and irritated from a combination of stress, PMS and a lack of sleep.

Hailey Bieber uses Avene's restorative face cream when her skin is irritated

Emily Ratajkowski’s soothing balm

As a supermodel, good skin comes with the job when you’re EmRata, but it turns out that she relies on one very affordable product to help heal dry, sore and cracked skin – Eucerin Aquaphor Soothing Skin Balm, £10.12 here (was £13.50). Speaking to Vogue about her go-to beauty products, Emily said “I also love Aquaphor, another amazing product. I also feel like drugstore makeup gets a bad rap, but I think it’s really good.”

Emily Ratajkowski repairs damaged dry skin with a £10 balm

Naomi Campbell’s toner

She may be one of the biggest supermodels in history, but that hasn’t stopped Naomi Campbell from embracing affordable skincare products that really work. She told Harper’s Bazaar that she uses the La Roche-Posay Serozinc Spray, £11.50 here, at night after cleansing, adding: "Zinc is like magic. It's all about hydration."

Rihanna’s multi-use cream

If you haven’t been using Weleda’s Skin Food, £14.95 here, yet, what are you waiting for? The multi-use cream has become a staple in celebrity beauty bags over the last few years, racking up fans including Hailey Bieber, Victoria Beckham, and, of course, Rihanna, who’s said to request a tube of it before every manicure. The multi-purpose cream soothes and heals sore, dry skin on your face, hands, feet and body, and can even be used under makeup to give a dewy glow.

Rihanna is one of many celebs who love Weleda's Skin Food

Scarlett Johansson’s hyaluronic acid

She might have brought out her very own skincare brand The Outset, but Scarlett Johansson’s makeup artist Frankie Boyd revealed to Harper’s Bazaar that the actress swears by products from affordable skincare brand The Inkey List. Her favourite? The Hyaluronic Acid Serum, £7.97 here (was £9).

Scarlett Johansson loves The Inkey List's Hyaluronic Acid Serum

By Editor