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You Can Buy Kim Kardashian's Anti-Aging Serum for Under P1000

Not everything in her skincare routine is crazy expensive.
You Can Buy Kim Kardashian's Anti-Aging Serum for Under P1000
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Not everything in her skincare routine is crazy expensive.

It's easy to argue that celebs have all the money in the world to look their best, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't look to them for advice and recommendations to find some gems we can actually afford from time to time. It's not the price that matters, after all, and even beauty experts know that. You'd be surprised at how many celebs opt for affordable brands, too—host and blogger Kim Jones as well as actress Julia Barretto have been known to use the P350 Lucas Papaw Ointment, and makeup artist Krist Bansuelo once revealed that Toni Gonzaga's wedding look was composed mostly of drugstore brands like Maybelline and Etude House.

This doesn't just apply to local celebs, either. Gal Gadot has revealed that her go-to lippie is Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Certainly Red, and Emma Stone, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Miranda Kerr are just a few of the many who swear by coconut oil.

And now, here's another to add to the list: Kim Kardashian-West. In a blog post entitled How I Slow the Aging Process, Kim shared all the 15 (yup, 15!) skincare products she uses regularly, while highlighting the importance of adding anti-aging selections into the rotation. "In any skincare routine, anti-aging products are SO important," writes Kim. "They can have so many benefits, like reducing dark spots, preventing wrinkles, smoothing fine lines, and so much more."

While some products mentioned are pretty pricey, like the Fresh Sugar Lip Serum Advanced Therapy ($36 or P2312 on Sephora.ph), Drunk Elephant's T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial ($80), Peter Thomas Roth's Retinol Fusion PM ($65), and Lancer Skincare's Younger Revealing Face Mask Intense ($250); there are a few that won't break the bank, including the Olay Regenerist Regenerating Serum ($20).

Most noticeable of all, however, is The Ordinary's Granactive Retinoid 2 Percent Emulsion, which costs only $10 (or a little over P500, if purchased abroad).

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 The Ordinary is a British skincare brand with a line of products free of parabens, sulphates, and other harmful chemicals. And for those who prefer cruelty-free products, this beauty brand's offerings are neither tested on animals nor do they work with suppliers who do. Their Granactive Retinoid 2 Percent Emulsion, in particular, is known for its "low likelihood of causing irritation (a rarity for many retinol-based products) and ability to speed up cell regeneration and eradicate acne," as reported by Marie Claire.

This product quickly became a beauty cult favorite, and often sells out quickly (especially now that Kim wrote about it). The emulsion is currently out of stock on BeautyMNL where it retails for P850, but you can sign up to get notified when stocks replenish.

*This story originally appeared on FemaleNetwork.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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