Kate Middleton: Get Her Gorgeous Glossy Locks And Flawless Complexion

Living the life of the Duchess of Cambridge is not exactly a possibility, but it’s certainly worth a try to attempt to get her glossy, flowing mane and glowing complexion with the help of a few products that have recently made their way to North America.

That’s right, products that Kate Middleton uses can be picked up by the general public all the way on the other side of the pond. First on the list of must-haves, to ensure results like Kate’s accustomed to, is the Votary skin care line. This line was launched by Middleton’s very own makeup artist, Arabella Preston, in the U.K. Preston has since sought to expand the business by offering the products in the U.S.

Mcc0067818 Pic:Eddie Mulholland Duchess of Cambridge.RAF Cadets 75th Kate Middleton [Photo by Chris Jackson/ Getty Images]Today reports on the popularity and benefits of the skin care line used by Middleton stating, “the range of natural oils — a cleansing oil, toning serum and three different face products- were so successful, that Preston decided to expand the reach of her business.”

The products are available and affordable via Anthropologie.com, priced between $72 and $118. The announcement about Middleton’s skin care being available in North America, comes just following the U.S. release of the hair conditioner the Duchess uses. Today shares details about the hair care product.

“The hair product, which has recently garnered attention among many in the style community for containing only botanical ingredients, was created by her popular London hairstylist Richard Ward. And now, those who want to try their own hand at nailing Duchess Kate’s light, feathered layers can buy a bottle for just $12 at joyus.com.”

Kate Middleton is clearly all about utilizing products and beauty regimens that involve natural substances. The Duchess is health-focused and cautious, especially now that she has two little ones running around her Anmer Hall estate. Known for keeping her selection organic and healthy, it’s no wonder the Duchess is also set on putting only natural products such as coconut, almond and argon oil-based products on her hair and skin. Today relays words of Indie Lee, founder of Lee & Co skin care brand, to share the benefits of such selection in the world of hair and skin care.

“Oil-based products are often misunderstood! Even some of the biggest beauty buffs are scared to try them for fear that oil will cause acne breakouts. “Using the wrong oils will do that. If you use the right oil, the results can be divine.”

It’s also been noted that chemical-based products are not the only product types to fight fine lines and wrinkles. Middleton reportedly uses a simple oil to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Us Weekly shared the Duchess’ secret serum.

“Middelton applies organic rosehip oil to fight fine lines and keep her skin hydrated. It is high in Vitamins A and C, is an anti-inflammatory, and is known to close pores.”

LONDON, ENGLAND - UNDATED: (EDITORS NOTE: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder. Editorial Use Only. No Commercial Use.) In this handout image provided by Place2Be, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with (L-R) Ryan, 10, and Bailey-Rae,7, from Salusbury Primary School in Queen's Park, London, during filming of a video message for Children's Mental Health week. Catherine is the royal patron of the children's mental health charity Place2Be and in her message she highlights the importance of giving youngsters the "tools to cope, and to thrive" as they encounter life's challenges. (Photo by Jamie Simonds/Place2Be via Getty Images) LONDON, ENGLAND [Photo by Jamie Simonds/Place2Be via Getty Images]The skin care enthusiast noted, however, that there are alternative products for varying skin types that may be sensitive to this particular oil. Opting for an oil like jojoba is best should skin be too sensitive to use rosehip.

Lee expanded in detail about the effects of oils on the skin.

“Found in our daily moisturizing oils, [they] mimic the skin’s natural sebum, penetrate the skin easily and are gentle enough for all skin types, without causing allergic reactions. I love to use it head to toe.”

Kate Middleton has always stepped out with lustrous hair and a lovely complexion, which is evidence enough that the natural route in regard to hair and skin care is certainly worth a try.

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