Aside from experimenting with the hottest makeup looks, Martine Cajucom also takes time to slather on skincare products to keep her complexion in tip-top shape. She recently shared her routine via IG stories and we were pleasantly surprised to see a mix of high-end and affordable products. Here's a complete rundown of her faves:
For cleansers, she uses St. Ives' Apricot Scrub (P314, Watsons), a drugstore find which doubles as her body scrub. She also alternates between Glossier's Milky Jelly Cleanser ($9/P476.28, Glossier) and the Tata Harper Purifying Cleanser (P3860, Sephora.ph). To remove makeup, she relies on the no-tears formula of the Simple Kind-To-Skin Eye Makeup Remover (P399, Watsons).
It's pretty obvious that Martine loves serums! We can't blame her, though. These bottles contain the most potent ingredients and are considered the core of any skincare regimen. Martine favors resurfacing and hydrating formulas.
Products spotted (L-R): Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil (P2990, Sephora.ph), Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate (P2895, Greenbelt 5), La Mer Renewal Oil (price unavailable upon request, Rustan's)
(L-R): Moon Juice Beauty Shroom Plumping Jelly Serum ($58/P3,070.23, MoonJuice.com), Sulwhasoo First Care Activating Serum (price unavailable, Luxe Duty Free), and Clarins Double Serum (P4750, Rustan's)
Martine applies the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream ($100/P5,292, CharlotteTilbury.com) before putting on makeup—maybe this is her secret to scoring a natural-looking foundation finish. She also turns to Lucas Papaw's Ointment (P499, Watsons), when her skin is super dry.
It's funny how she was so honest about the photo of the St. Ives Glowing Sheet Mask (P89, Lazada) being sponsored, but she also clarified that she'll still get them after her contract ends. "It's really good and does make [your skin] glow and is reasonably priced," she said.
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.