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5 Celebrities Who Use Grocery Store Finds For Their Skin & Hair

Most celebrities use expensive beauty products and have regular treatments with big price tags – but that isn’t always the case. Some stars have very simple and budget-friendly tricks that they use to keep their skin and hair looking amazing. These 5 stars have all make their own beauty products from everyday items found at any grocery store. With an affordable price tag, these simple tricks are easy to try out yourself. 

  1. Emma Stone

Emma uses baking soda to gently remove dead skin cells from her face: ”When I want to exfoliate my skin, I simply scrub it with some baking soda.” 

  1. Megan Fox

Megan likes to moisturize her skin with Grapeseed oil after she washes: “After my shower, I moisturise with Grapeseed oil from Whole Foods. It’s a great moisturiser and lighter than olive oil.” 

  1. Miranda Kerr

Miranda creates her own hair masks: ”Olive oil and lemon juice! At least once a week, I mix the two together and leave the mixture on my hair for as long as possible. It’s a home recipe my mother taught me and I have yet to find a better way to repair my split ends after a catwalk show.” 

  1. Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett uses lemon juice as a toner: ”I use lemon juice diluted with water instead of toner to make my skin glow and reduce marks. It’s perfect for the days before a red carpet appearance.” 

  1. Thandie Newton

Thandie mixes turmeric in to her moisturizer to change its tint: “Olay does a great tinted moisturiser that I add a little turmeric to – making it more yellow depending on my skin tone and the season. That’s a great trick for all women who find that foundations are too ashy or too pink for their skins. And it’s anti-inflammatory. It’s my secret weapon.”