The products behind Jessie J's flawless, glowing skin

Published Friday, Sep 12 2014, 11:39 BST  |  By  |  1 comment
Ever wondered how Jessie J gets her skin looking so clear, glowing and radiant? Us too...

Luckily, the 'Bang Bang' songstress has unveiled the secrets behind her visage in a dressing room mirror selfie!

Taking to Instagram before a photoshoot yesterday (11 September), Jessie posted a snap of herself sitting in her make-up artist's chair after being primped and preened by her glam squad.

Jessie J reveals her skincare products in an Instagram mirror selfie - 11 September 2014

© Instagram / @isthatjessiej

And what's that we see peeking out the corner of her snap? Oodles of skincare products, of course!

First up, the bottle with the pink top is Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution, £14.50. This used to only be available to buy in France, and make-up artists and beauty addicts alike would flock to French pharmacies to snap it up in bulk. Why? Because the gentle solution is a-mazing at removing make-up! You'll find it backstage at every fashion week show.

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution

© Studio 33

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution, £14.50

Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré,

Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré, £12.99

We also spy a tube of Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré, £12.99 - another cult French buy. A tube of this stuff is reportedly sold every 60 seconds (!) and it's easy to see why - the moisturising cream boasts rich ingredients including shea butter and aloe vera to help soften and smooth skin.

On the more pricey side, Jessie also had Dior Hydra Life Beauty Awakening Rehydrating Mask, £31.50 on her vanity table. It's a fresh and luxurious mask which helps to nourish and soothe dehydrated skin. A fab choice for those days when you really want to give your skin a treat.

Dior Hydra Life Beauty Awakening Rehydrating Mask, £31.50

Dior Hydra Life Awakening Rehydrating Mask, £31.50

This Works in transit camera close-up, £30

This Works in transit camera close-up, £30

In keeping with the luxe theme, we also spotted a bottle of Dior Instant Eye Makeup Remover, £21.50. Unlike Bioderma, this boasts a two-phase solution with emollient crystalline oil and water, so you need to shake it up before use. The oil element makes it a good choice if you need to remove waterproof mascara.

And it looks like she also used This Works in transit camera close-up, £30 - a multi-tasking product that can be used as a mask, moisturiser or a primer. It includes plant oils to perk up your skin along with hyaluronic acid to hydrate, plus a dose of SPF30 to protect from the sun. Oh, and Victoria Beckham uses it too... as if we needed another reason to get our hands on it!

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